Tuesday, September 5, 2017

EPCOT's Food and Wine is Here!

If you've never been to Food and Wine, I highly recommend it.

Food and wine is truly an event you can go back multiple times and try new food each time, it's awesome, but it also has some issues.

Sams Club-sized samples, extremely expensive, and usually quite busy!

Here's all the details you need to know:
Epcot International Food & Wine Festival starts Aug. 31 and runs through Nov. 13. The 22nd extravaganza is 75 days, the longest in Epcot history.
Theme-park admission starts at $99 for this foodie walkabout. Food and drink are separate expenses.
This year’s festival will welcome 30-plus new dishes, more than 60 new drinks and five new marketplaces. Where to begin?

Make new favorites

Go beyond your tried-and-true dishes.


►If Canada’s cheddar cheese soup is a must-eat item, consider trying The Cheese Studio’s braised beef stroganoff.
Why: The Walt Disney World culinary team wanted to showcase Boursin cheese, the host of The Cheese Studio, in a creative way. The stroganoff captures the same flavors and textures of the childhood dish. The beef is accompanied by tiny egg noodles, mushrooms and a sauce made from Boursin garlic and fine herbs cheese.
It’s an “Old World” dish with a “modern presentation,” said Gregg Hannon, Epcot’s culinary director. -orlandosentinal.com

Read the whole article from Orlando Sentinal's "Daily Disney" section, which does a great job highlighting many countries foods, by clicking here! 

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