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Fourth Of July Inspires Light Painting At Magic Kingdom Park

Such a treat, elegant Carthay Circle Restaurant at Disney California Adventure park, where you?re whisked upstairs for lunch or dinner in the beautiful dining room, inspired by Hollywood?s Golden Age, or on the two open-air terraces. Sipping a craft cocktail, it?s hard to imagine you?re in the middle of a bustling theme park. To take advantage of the amazing more.. summertime produce, Chef Andrew Sutton has added creative seasonal dishes to the dinner menu, with two new starters: an heirloom tomato and avocado salad with baby arugula, fresh basil and yellow tomato vinaigrette, and roasted chicken broth with basil and fava beans, fresh peas, carrots, ham and grilled chicken. Pair that with the signature fried biscuits stuffed with White Cheddar, bacon and jalapeño, and you?ve got a meal. There are four new summer entrees: a generous lamb porterhouse with Parmesan gnocchi, lamb shoulder, asparagus and preserved lemon; chicken and spinach ravioli in summer corn broth with crimini mushrooms and Applewood bacon; summer garden risotto with peas, Portobello mushrooms, braised radish and spinach; and sustainable fish of the day with braised fennel, artichoke hearts and Sun Gold tomato essence. (We?re happy to report that the delectable Skuna Bay salmon stays on the summer menu, with a sesame soy glaze and red Thai curry.) A summer side dish addition is succotash, that combo of fresh corn and lima beans that reminds everyone of home. Save room for the new Valrhona caramel-chocolate turnover with house-made marshmallow and Carthay Theater popcorn ice cream. We may just eat dessert first.
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On the trip, they were inspired after watching their children playing and dancing around the campsite with flashlights. Gallery view all After seeing their kids creating circles and shapes with the flashlights, they wondered if they could sketch Disney characters, in midair, using handheld light sources and long camera exposures. So, Paul and Matt tried drawing the iconic profile of Mickey Mouse using this technique (often called ?light painting?). The pair posted the image on their Twitter and Facebook pages, and followers and friends asked for more. We asked Paul, a Disney Parks Content Producer, and Matt, a Yellow Shoes Creative Group Art Director, what other illuminated creations they could produce. The following is the result of a late evening this week in Magic Kingdom Park , using a variety of lighting sources. Paul was behind the camera as Matt was ?drawing? in midair. ?As a Disney art director, I doodle Mickey, Pluto and Goofy everywhere. So when Paul suggested we do some long exposure photography, it was a natural for me to try and do a Mickey Mouse in the air,? Matt said.
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