Lunch at the Epcot Food & Wine Festival Booths

After doing a little unpacking, I walked to Epcot in search of food. Yes, believe it or not, I was hungry again! :eek: I decided to check out some more of the festival booths.

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My first stop was in the American pavilion area at the Hops & Barley booth…

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From here I chose the Florida Grass-Fed Beef Slider with Pimento Cheese…

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I took lots of photos of this and in none of them does this dish look appetizing. And sadly it tasted pretty much how it looked. :sad2:

I decided that France would probably be a safe bet for finding something good to eat so that is where I headed next.

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From the French booth I chose two things, the Braised Short Ribs in Cabernet sauce with Mashed Potatoes and the Sea Salt Caramel Creme Brulee…

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Both of these were quite good. I’m always a little nervous about short ribs, as I hate fatty meat and short ribs can sometimes be fatty. However, this was lean but still moist with the very tasty cabernet sauce. I really enjoyed it. The creme brulee was also very good. I love sea salt caramel. I love creme brulee. So put these together and I’m quite happy. :cloud9:

I decided I had room for at least one more thing, so I ventured over the bridge to the UK in search of one of my old festival favorites.

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The item I was seeking was the Lobster and Seafood Fisherman’s Pie…

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This was just as good as I remembered it to be. Lobster meat and scallops, carrots, celery, onion etc., in a lobster bisque, topped with creamy mashed potatoes and Irish cheddar cheese. Yum! :thumbsup2 I was going to also get the Warm Chocolate Pudding from the Ireland booth but changed my mind when I remembered a dessert at a nearby resort, the Beach Club…a dessert I hadn’t had since my March 2013 trip.

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Anyone know what this dessert is? ;)

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