This Disney Springs chef changed her menu; see why

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Executive Chef Deaundra “Dee” Rolle has rolled out eight new menu items at The Edison restaurant in the Walt Disney World Resort’s Disney Springs entertainment district.

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The Edison is a roughly 13,000-square-foot, two-story, 1920s-themed restaurant with antique radios, a giant clock, an interactive character named Roy that walks around and a TV so guests can watch black-and-white cartoon clips.

Keeping with the theme of the 1920s and current culinary trends, Rolle has created these new menu items:

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