Friday was the opening of the 20th Annual Disney Food & Wine Festival at Epcot. Mom and I braved the 93 degree heat and the crowds to give you a taste of the festival.
First things first, you need a passport, or you don’t it doesn’t matter. It is fun though to get a stamp at each country/marketplace you eat at and this will probably be the only passport I have that will have this many stamps in it.
It is a very big serving compared to some of the other dishes available at the other marketplace stands. It was good, the peppers make it a bit spicy so if you aren’t into that then this isn’t for you. I don’t like spicy and to me this wasn’t bad.
Next we headed to Mexico! We tasted the Chilaquiles de Pollo: Corn Chips layered with Seasoned Chicken, Queso Fresco, Sour Cream, and Cilantro.
The next three are part of my heritage so these were a can’t miss.
Germany: Apple Strudel with Vanilla Sauce
Poland: Kielbasa and Potato Pierogi with Carmalized Onions
Italy: Ravioli alla Caprese: Cheese Ravioli, Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Parmesan and Basil
After that sprint of eating we took a break from eating and watched a concert by American Music Machine. They were a young accapella group. Not bad, nice to sit and take a break away from all the crowds.
Concert ended and we were back it.
Lastly we had to have a Dole Whip an a Croissant Doughnut.
You all need to visit the festival, I may suggest you wait until end of October when the temps cool down a bit. It is a fun time and they have concerts every night with some awesome acts. You can check out more information at Walt Disney World Food & Wine Festival. Also the Disney Food Blog is a great blog for even more food photos from all the booths at the festival.