A Grand Lunch at the Hollywood Brown Derby – Episode 190

This week we’ll step into an exact replica of this famous Hollywood restaurant in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The famous Cobb Salad in on the menu for us as well as some amazing other appetizers, entrees and some incredible desserts.

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13 comments on “A Grand Lunch at the Hollywood Brown Derby – Episode 190”

  1. Grilled asparagus dusted with parmesan cheese is a good side.

    any creme brûlée is good, there is no such thing as a bad flavor


  2. Kathy Poche says:

    Andrew, never had creme brûlée before however, my favorite dessert is cheese cake (the tye-dyed one at the Pop Century is awesome btw). Rick, I do the majority of the cooking – however my husband is an amazing Cajun cook. A really good side is steamed broccoli seasoned with just a little salt, pepper and butter. Yum! Cannot wait for the next episode!


  3. Heather says:

    Andrew, never had creme brulee before, but my favorite desert is chocolate lava cake.

    Rick, as far as the cooking, I get that opportunity cause it is just me. Sadly though, I don’t have much time to do much cooking, so frozen dinners is what I usually get, but when I do cook, I don’t do sides other than a variety of different veggies. I don’t think you can go wrong with most veggies.

    Thanks for a great episode. I had to go and get some food before I watched cause it made me hungry.


  4. Nick says:

    Hey Rick,
    Just as the Resorts have good restaurants, should the parks have good restaurants? I think they should instead of your traditional park food. I am not sure if I heard of this place, I’ll make sure to talk my family into it.We have 162 days left. We could eat a Pizza Planet for lunch and eat there for dinner. The only creme brulee I had was at the Land Pavilion in Epcot. It was out of this world delicious. Some of my favorite sides include, french fries, corn, peas, green beans, carrots, corn on the cob, shall I go on?…. If i do this comment will go on forever, anyway, see you next week.
    P.S. Thanks for the bag. I got it on Monday January 28.


  5. Penny Serrato says:

    Yummy the food looked delicious. I am going to have to try the Gouda cheese on the pork chops. I have never had creme brûlée guess I need to try it at least once. I usually pass on dessert.
    I do most of the cooking at my house. I love to have fresh slices of tomatoes during the summer and of course we love brussel sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli most of them we grow in our garden. We have a lot of fresh herbs to.


  6. Brother Joseph Rock says:

    My favorite dessert would have to be Butter Pecan Ice Cream. It is a tough call between that and Banana Pudding though, but I have to go with the ice cream I stated. I live alone. I am not much of a cook, but I do know how to fix eggs, pasta, chicken and cheese wraps, hamburgers and turkey and chicken burgers. I usually fix easy things most of that time. My favorite side dish depends on where I eat at and what is being served. If it is considered a side, I have to say my most favorite is sweet potatoes. I guess yams are considered the same thing. If not that, then I can go for macaroni and cheese.


  7. John Broadwater says:

    My favorite dessert is Ice cream any Ice Cream. The cook in my house is myself my sides are a salad, with scalloped potatoes with winter mixed vegetables, meat is bbq pork chops, or bbq chicken. The other meals are stir fry veggies and flounder or beef. But my daughter favorite is Mac an Cheese with ground beef in the oven, or rice in the oven. deep fried fish or shrimp are another meal with mixed vegetables or peas.so thank for a great show and noww it’s time to cook I’am Hungry see you next week


  8. Bob Nordmark says:

    Hey Rick and Andrew,

    That sure looks like good food. I will put the Brown Derby on my list for the next time I go to Disney World. My favorite dessert is anything Chocolate. Having said that I think Black Forest Cake is my favorite, followed by Lucy’s Diamonds (from the Death by Chocolate cookbook), and a Chocolate Hazlenut Torte. These are all best when they are made from scratch.

    For my favorite side dish: When I lived near my Aunt Erna in Seaside, Oregon she would sometimes serve a pear filled with a little mayonaise and or cottage cheese and then topped with grated Tillamook Cheddar Cheese.

    Hey Rick, I am so excited that I won the contest. I have been wanting to get a Mator plush to add to my collection. Thanks.

    We are having a typical winter here in the Pacific Northwest. I wish I could head to sunny Florida. I have a picture of the Animal Kingdom Lodge on my computer desktop. I sure wish I could stay there for a week.

    See you next week.



  9. Lizzie says:

    Andrew-I’ve never had creme brulee, but my favorite dessert was my Disney wedding cake. We had a chocolate layer and a red velvet layer and it was chocolate on the outside, w/chocolate dripping and chocolate swirly things sticking into it, and strawberries on top…so good!

    Rick-My husband does the cooking. My favorite side dish is cinnamon apples in applesauce. For sides to pair w/meats I like the mac and cheese paired with ribs at a place near here, baked potatoes, and other kinds of interesting potatoes like delmonico, olive oil mashed potatoes at another restaurant near us, etc.


  10. Kevin Nelson says:

    Love, love, love The Brown Derby! We had an “Off the Hook” meal there last month! Our server was so sweet! We hadn’t ridden Toy Story Mania yet that day and she over heard us say all the fast passes were gone, so she returned with fast passes for all of us, so awesome, made our day! I’m like Leslie, I LOVE creme brulee. My favorite is the maple from Le Cellier, and any vanilla! My sweet bride does the cooking and my favorite side is her twice baked potato, so yummy! Thanks y’all, I am so looking forward to next week, until then, keep on smilin’!!


  11. Peggy Hickey says:

    I have never been inside the Brown Derby. Thanks for the peek.
    I have never had a creme brulee, so I wouldn’t even be able to guess what flavors they come in. I’m more of a fan of the Black Forest cake.
    As far as a favorite side…I do most of the cooking, by the way…I do love sesame roasted asparagus. I think I’ll try to work that into one of my dinners this week, now that I’m thinking about it.
    I’m a big ride fan, so I’m hoping there are more ride-throughs in the future. See you next week.


  12. Steven says:

    brown derby is great! kinda weird going in there though after a hot day in the park! we feel so under dressed with shorts & t-shirts on! they have never declined entrance thankfully! been a while since we’ve been there—bout time to change that!
    i’m definitely the cook around my house. during football season—i am the tailgate king! grill almost anything!
    favorite sides?—has to be ratatouille! what else? love roasted or grilled veggies & mushrooms!
    favorite creme brulee? i haven’t eaten a creme brulee that’s any better than the 1 at kone cafe! the banana-chocolate creme brulee is awesome!
    love the videos….gives me a little disney fix each week…be down there at the boardwalk once again next month! steven


  13. Jacob Buxton says:

    Wow,looks like another amazing restaurant I’d love to go to.My favorite side is a loaded baked potato.I also love squash and onions and sauteed mushrooms.Mmmm mmmm.


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