Bunny Chow – Epcot 2011 Food & Wine Festival

Okay, the name Bunny Chow drew me in. Purina (pet food company) actually makes a product for rabbits that is called bunny chow. So when I saw the name Bunny Chow, I knew I had to sample this dish. I try not to research food before I try it. Too often I am predisposed to

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Feijoada, Bean and Pork Stew – Epcot 2011 Food & Wine Festival

Feijoada, according to the Brazil Booth menu, is the “Brazil’s national dish”. This what Wikipedia says:

The Brazilian feijoada is prepared with black turtle beans (also white, pinto and red beans), a variety of salted pork and beef products, such as pork trimmings (ears, tail, feet), bacon, smoked pork ribs, and at least two types

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Mahi Mahi, Brazil – Epcot 2011 Food & Wine Festival

It is nice to see a few booths changing menus from year to year. If you attend the Food & Wine Festival annually the food choices can get boring, no really, they can. So when I saw that Brazil added Mahi Mahi, I put it on my must try list. I prefer seafood so I

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Cheese Plate, Ireland – Epcot 2011 Food & Wine Festival

Until 2009 I never knew I liked chutney. During a visit with Harry and Sandy they encouraged me to try some chutney. Now I am a fan. I always look forward to having the Cheese Plate from the Ireland Booth. Kerrygold cheese and butter, chutney and bit of brown bread. Would you believe my mouth

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Fisherman’s Pie – Epcot 2011 Food & Wine Festival

Last year, 2010, we thought the Fisherman’s Pie was not as good as 2009. It was still a good dish but the flavors were more muted. The seafood flavors were not as distinct. Plus although it was really hot – the mashed potatoes were not as “firm” as I expected. We were anxious to try

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FOOD NEWS!

Hey! We have a news scoop! First background regarding the counter-service venue at the Japan Pavilion…

Andy from Eating (and Drinking) around the World (here) reported in August that Yakitori House at the Japan Pavilion was going to be closed for 3 months (or more) for refurbishment.

Touringplans.com (here) reported that this area would be

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Tokyo Dining Food & Sake Pairing

Last year we did two pairings, Japan’s Food & Sake Pairing (here) and Morocco’s Food & Wine Pairing (here). We enjoyed the event in Japan quite a lot, so we’re repeating it this year; and luckily for us, they’ve changed the menu and the presentation a bit. This was our second of three such pairings

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