We were lucky that our trip coincided with the Food and Wine Festival at Epcot. Unfortunately for me, the only thing that I could safely eat was the Orange Whip and Fresh Watermelon Juice. But, my family was able to enjoy the food. A lot of these pictures are courtesy of Marty 🙂
Enjoying the one thing I could eat – the Orange Whip
The cranberry lady in the bog
Pineapple Fritters from the Refreshment Port. Both Heidi and Nathan said it wasn’t very good because there was too much fried and not enough pineapple.
Singapore – Seared Mahi Mahi with Jasmine Rice and “Singa” Sauce – $3.75. Tasty and flavorful.
Singapore – Lemongrass Chicken Curry with Coconut and Jasmine Rice – $4.25. Good but could have had more flavor.
From Terra – Chili Colorado with House-made Chips and Cashew Cheese featuring Gardein™ Beefless Tips. Nathan thought it was good with the chips, but the texture brought more to be desired.
Belgian Waffle with Berry Compote featuring Driscoll’s® Berries and Whipped Cream – $3.25. Yummy. Good berry flavor.
Hops & Barley – Griddled Lobster Tail with Garlic Herb Butter – $7.50. This was very disappointing. The lobster was overcooked. The garlic herb butter was good.
Australia – Garlic Shrimp with Roasted Tomatoes, Lemon Myrtle and Rapini – $4.50. Top 5 of yummy-ness.
Ireland – Lobster and Seafood Fisherman’s Pie – $6.25. In the top 2 of best dishes.
Ireland – Kerrygold Cheese Selection: Reserve Cheddar, Dubliner with Irish Stout, Skellig – $3.75. Good selection of cheeses.
Ireland – Warm Chocolate Pudding with Bailey’s® Custard – $3.50. Great dessert.
Desserts & Champagne – Chocolate Orange Cupcake – $1.75. This can be ordered alone or as part of the dessert trio.
Dessert & Champagne – Hazelnut Chocolate Cheesecake – $1.75. Also part of the trio.
Seared Scottish Salmon with Cauliflower Puree, Watercress and Malt Vinaigrette – $4.50. Scotland was a new booth this year. This salmon should be a favorite for a long time.
Hawai’i – Kālua Pork Slider with Sweet and Sour Dole® Pineapple Chutney and Spicy Mayonnaise – $3.50
Hawai’i – Tuna Poke with Seaweed Salad and Lotus Root Chips – $4.00. Excellent.
Canada – “Le Cellier” Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with Truffle Butter Sauce – $7.00. This was a bigger portion… We didn’t take a photo right away. Since no one can get a reservation at Le Cellier, this is a good way to eat one of their best menu items.
Canada – Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup – $4.25. A festival favorite since 1996. Many people ordered two.
New Zealand – Gratinated Green Lip Mussels with Garlic and Herbs – $3.50. Fantastic….if you like mussels…
Morocco – Baklava and Harissa Chicken Roll. Both good.
Mexico – Shrimp Taco with Purple Cabbage – $5.50. This also could have had more flavor.
Mexico – Taco de Ribeye with Salsa de Chipotle – $5.50.