A few things really quickly before we get back to “feasting” on Food & Wine delicacies, my friends.
First, in case you missed it, I left yesterday’s trivia question open. Click here to jump back and give it a shot. As an annual Walt Disney World feature attraction, in what year did the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival begin?
Also, I left this poll, from last, week open as well. How many times have you been to Food & Wine? Please take a second to go back and add your level of “feasting” experience to the list!
OK! Let’s dive back into constructing the All in WDW Readers’ Pre-Festival Top 25, then!
To quickly catch up with our progress, visit our Readers’ Pre-Festival Top 25 page. There, you’ll find out which dishes are “Safe” … For Now! You’ll also find out which Epcot offerings have been given a “pink slip”.
Ten more dishes and two more “polls” today, my friends. Once again, pick your THREE from each group!
- Taco de Ribeye
- California Roll
- Lemongrass (an herb used in Asian cuisine that has a subtle citrus flavor) Chicken Curry served with Coconut and Jasmine Rice
- Grilled Beef Skewer with Chimichurri Sauce and a Boniato ( tropical sweet potato or white yam) Purée
- Grass-Fed Beef Sliders prepared with Monterey Jack Cheese and Sweet & Hot Pickles
- Griddled Greek Cheese smothered with Pistachios and Honey
- Zapiekanki (an oven-roasted piece of baguette or bread topped with mushrooms, onions, cheese, and ketchup)
- Schinken Nudel (pasta, ham, and cheese casserole)
- Braised Beef Short Ribs in Cabernet and served with Mashed Potatoes
- New England Clam Chowder