an unplanned lunch at Sanaa with our niece

This dining experience took place on September 24, 2014

The three of us had spent our morning on the Backstage Safari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom (more on that to come next week). We had planned to go to Sanaa for Lunch with an Animal Specialist on Saturday (more on that next week too)

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Craft Beers – Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2014

This wasn’t our first stop at the Craft Beer Marketplace – Nick had stopped in on preview day, we stopped in with Walter and Nevie, and we stopped in again – partly to get out of the heat and because we had time to kill before our second Sake & Food Pairing.

We enjoyed the

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Wild Africa Trek with Nevie (in her own words)

We had an early start today to take part in the Wild Africa Trek . When we arrived at Animal Kingdom we were warmly greeted and after a short orientation and bathroom break we were off. After entering the park, it was a bit confusing for me to find where I needed to go because

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Brazil – Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2014

On to Brazil!

We didn’t quite enjoy the Pork Belly from Brazil last year, we wished for a more crispiness. It was disappointing because we really like pork belly.

Crispy Pork Belly with Black Beans, Tomato and Cilantro

This year, it wasn’t disappointing at all. This may be the best thing we’ve had so far

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second Sake & Food Pairing at Tokyo Dining – Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2014

This Epcot Food & Wine Festival dining experience took place on Thursday, October 16, 2014

This was our second visit to the Sake and Food Pairing at Tokyo Dining this year. We arrived early enough for Nick to get some photos of the set-up.

Nick spoke with Garin, there are 32 guests

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Scotland – Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2014

Continuing on with our shortened list for the Marketplace Booths… next up…

Scotland

Everything was just sitting around waiting when Nick went to the booth to get our tastings – not a good sign.

Last year, we really liked the vegetarian haggis, so we were really looking forward to it this year.

Vegetarian Haggis

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first Tokyo Dining Sake & Food Pairing – Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2014

This Epcot Food & Wine Festival experience took place on Thursday, September 25, 2014

Yes! Two “food & wine lunches” in one day… there was a brief nap at American Adventure between lunches As this was part of Nevie’s visit, my report will be brief and mainly pictorial. A full dtailed review will

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Puerto Rico – Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2014

By this point in the Food & Wine Festival, we went back through our passports and narrowed down our “want to eat” lists…

There were two things that stayed on our list at the Puerto Rico Marketplace: Conch Salad and Tostones (originally this was “Frituras: crispy fried potato balls and fried green plantains with mayo

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Spice Road Table – Mussels Tangine (again)

This dining experience took place on Saturday, April 19, 2014

Lunch today was simple… Mussels Tagine.

We had a new-to-us server, Latifa, she’s been in America for over 3.5 years and came over to Spice Road Table from Restaurant Marrakesh. She was quite attentive and we had a lovely visit to Spice Road

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bluezoo just because it’s Friday night

This dining experience took place on September 5, 2014

today, I’m just going to talk about the food…

Amuse Bouche from Chef Jimmy Reyes

This was a perfectly poached quail egg with umberco ham (hope I spelled that right) and cauliflower puree… It was like a perfect little bitty breakfast. The nasturtium leaf

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