Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2015 (Part 1)

Hey friends! Last year, I took a trip to the Epcot Food and Wine Festival. I vividly remember being so full that I could have internally exploded. You know the food is great when you keep eating after you are completely full. Here is Part 1 & 2 of last year’s fun times:

Part One

Part Two

The first time was so amazing that I went back this year! For the F&W Festival’s 20th anniversary, it was even better than before. It was even hotter and humid too. I was waiting to get some food at the France pavilion, and I was irritable and sweaty. Instead of feeling like a balloon full of food, I was nearly going to pass out from the 100% humidity. But I kept eating, as one does when at a food festival…right? I should’ve went to get seconds…(says me after I’ve digested all the food).

Hawaii

This was one of my top three favorite booths of the festival last year and it still is! I had the same thing I did last year: the sweet yet savory pork slider. Too good for this world…

Kalua Pork Slider with Pineapple Chutney

Dominican Republic

This was probably my favorite booth this time around! The fish was a flavor explosion (yes, that how I’m going to describe it. Let me live.) with Spanish rice that reminded me of paella. I could eat it everyday.

Seared Grouper with Rice and Coconut Sauce
Caramel Flan with Rum Roasted Pineapple
Roasted Pork with Avocado and Pickled Onions

France

France was where the 100% humidity was at its peak. I’m glad I stood in line though because the beef bourguignon (ooo, very France) was so good! The short ribs were the fall apart tender type of good.

Braised Short Ribs with Mashed Potatoes

Brazil

This is another booth I visited last time, and I ordered the same thing. It’s not one of my favorites, but that doesn’t mean that the food wasn’t good! I just realized when looking through these photos that I ate a ton of pork (and I’m usually not a big fan).

Crispy Pork Belly with Black Beans

Africa

If I had to rank the food at Africa, it would be a very close second to the Dominican Republic. The buttered chicken had a good amount of spiciness (which did not pair well with the hotness of the day), but the flavor was amazing! Can’t I just teleport back to Epcot? *sighs in hunger*

Buttered Chicken with Naan Bread
Buttered Chicken with Naan Bread

Part Two should be coming soon, so keep a lookout for more incredible food!

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