Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2014! (Part One)

Hey friends! So I went to the Epcot Food and Wine festival last year in November, but I didn’t have a blog back then to talk about how unimaginably full I was that day. For those who don’t know, the Epcot Food and Wine festival is held at the World Showcase (in Disney) where there are a variety of popular countries and other booths to choose to eat and drink from.

Of course, I stuffed myself with great food all day because I have no self control when it comes to food. I have never felt that full of food in my life. But hey, I won’t complain because all the food was so damn good (except the shrimp lo main, you’ll see). It was kind of my fault since I also decided to get two pastries at the French patisserie knowing that we had a dinner reservation that night too.

I hope you enjoy these photos of the Food and Wine festival! Try not to bite your computer screen, that’s dangerous and you’ll look like an idiot (but a wonderful one).

CraB’less CraB Cake with pepper slaw and Cajun remoulade (ooo, fancy)

Terra (Home of the best crab cake ever!)

Terra is the first all vegan booth in the F&W Festival and their CraB’less CraB Cake is better than any of the actual crab cakes I’ve ever tasted! Even when I was so full at the end of the day, I still went back and got another one (because I’m just that much of a bottomless pit).

Potato Pancake with smoked Scottish salmon and herb sour cream
Seared scallops with spinach-cheddar gratin and BACON (if it didn’t have cheese in it, then I would have devoured this so violently)


As much as I like potato pancakes and smoked salmon, I really wanted to get those scallops. The potato and lox combination was still really good (I even ate the sour cream!), but everyone was saying that the scallops from Scotland were the best thing at the festival. The spinach-cheddar gratin was what killed me since I can’t eat cheese (it’s a long story).

Kalua Pork Slider with pineapple chutney and spicy mayonnaise (so many yums)
Tuna Poke with seaweed salad and lotus root chips


The Kalua slider was the juiciest and most mouth-watering use of pork ever! The sweet bun paired amazingly with the saltiness of the shredded pork and the acidic pineapple chutney. Wow, I’ve been watching too much “Chopped” on Food Network. Oh yeah, the tuna was good too (*slides back over to the greatness that is the pork slider*).

Come back for part two of this delicious journey! More mouth-watering pictures ahead! (and the not-so-good noodles)


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