Day 4 – Eat Around The World | Halloween in the Wilderness 2015

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October 26th, 2015

A beer stop was next at the Belgium booth, that was mainly for my husband, since he loves trying out different beers. I’m not so much of a fan, but I did like the Stella Artoris Cidre 😉 Booze is not available on the dining plan, so we paid out of pocket for this.

Belgium

Belgian Beer Flight – hoegaarden, Leffe Blonde, Palm Special Belge Amber Ale, Stella Artois Cidre – $10.25

Epcot Food & Wine Festival 2015 - Belgian Beer Flight

 

Brazil

Pão de Queijo – Brazilian Cheese Bread – $3.50

Epcot Food & Wine Festival 2015 - Brazilian Cheese Bread

Epcot Food & Wine Festival 2015 - Brazilian Cheese Bread

Crispy Pork Belly with Black Beans and Tomato – $5.50

This was one of our absolute favourites at the Food & Wine Festival – it was so tasty, and a really generous portion too. I did buy the recipe book for the festival, and will have to have a proper look through and see if the recipe for this is in there. I would definitely try to recreate it at home.

Epcot Food & Wine Festival 2015 - Crispy Pork Belly

Epcot Food & Wine Festival 2015 - Crispy Pork Belly

Escondidinho de Carne – “Little Hidden One”: Layered Meat Pie with Mashed Yucca – $5.00

Epcot Food & Wine Festival 2015 - Escondidinho de Carne

When it comes to the Deluxe Disney Dining Plan at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, you can use one snack credit where the symbol is displayed. You can also use one meal credit to purchase 3 snack items in one transaction.


Brazil: Food & Wine Festival

Total: $14.00 (1 Meal Credit{Tip: $0}
DxDDP Running Totals: Bill: $203.34 | Credits: 5/126 | Tips: $29.93


The Brazil booth had a nice seating area with lots of colourful flags hung over it. There wasn’t room for us to go in there, but we sat at a table in nearby Morocco instead.

At some point during this part of the day, Liam went off to go on Test Track as a lot of the things around the festival were not to his liking and he was getting bored. He’s a pretty fussy eater, so I wasn’t surprised. We’ve been to Walt Disney World three times before and he knows his way around very well, so I wasn’t worried about him going off on his own. We would keep in touch via Whatsapp.

Epcot - Test Track Ride Photo

On his way back to us he decided he wanted to get some nachos from La Cantina de San Angel in Mexico, using a meal credit to buy them. The photo I have is a bit of a mess, since he’d already started eating them on the walk back around to us. He also got a drink, but I don’t think he bothered with a dessert. He ate the lot up, so he must have enjoyed them!

When it comes to the Deluxe Disney Dining Plan at a quick-service restaurant you are entitled to one entrée, one dessert and one non-alcoholic beverage for one credit per person.

La Cantina de San Angel

Nachos – tortilla chips with ground beef, nacho cheese, tomatoes, jalapenos, black beans, and sour cream – $10.95

La Cantina de San Angel - Nachos


La Cantina de San Angel

Bill Total: $14.69 (1 Meal Credit) {Tip: $0}
DxDDP Running Totals: Bill: $218.03 | Credits: 6/126 | Tips: $29.93


Steve and I hung around in this part of World Showcase while Liam went off to do his thing, just soaking up the atmosphere and surroundings, and enjoying our first experience of the Epcot Food & Wine Festival. I’ll close out this part of the day with some photos I took.

Spaceship Earth - Epcot

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