You can always just rent out the services of famed celebrity chef, Wolfgang Puck. Of course you would also need to rent out a kitchen within Disneyland and that seems pretty unrealistic. I mean I guess if you had the money they'd let you. But you're already paying a pretty penny for Puck so please don't prefer this pick.
Daisy G6 is where your black Prius is parked. Under the passenger seat for the past 4 and half hours, a footlong meatball sub has been marinating. It's waiting for you to hop in and eat it in 3 minutes and head right back to the park. This is the life you chose.
Of course 78% of the animals on the Jungle Cruise are in fact audio animatronics. However, an ecosystem of stray cats has flourished throughout Disneyland. These small cats wander through the forest of the Jungle Cruise. And if you remind your skipper that "Ursula wanders in the waters nightly," then you just might get a pound of raw feral cat flesh.
Enter at the Main Street, U.S.A. station and board any 4-4-0 class train. Ride the locomotive around the park thrice. On your third time around a new stop will appear between Tomorrowland and Mickey's Toontown. The legends are real. Welcome to Foodtopia.
After finding, photographing, and citing the longitude and latitude of every hidden Mickey in Disneyland, go directly to Club 33. Club 33 is Disney's highly exclusive club and restaurant in New Orleans Square. If you've discovered every Mickey and you're true of heart you'll be served the Donald Duck à l'Orange.
Disneyland in Anaheim, California offers 25 different restaurants or snack bars throughout the park, oasting 5 in its opening section of Main Street U.S.A. All of these different locations accept cash and credit cards in exchange for food.