With the trip rapidly approaching(four days) and the Flower and Garden festival in full swing, Disney Food Blog went live to show us some of the wonderful food offerings of the trip. I am so excited and now have been able to narrow my food choices.
Here are my top picks based on the reviews and pictures from The Disney Food Blog:
Potato, Chive and Cheddar Cheese Biscuit with Smoked Salmon Tartare and Sour Cream
Trio of Trifles — chocolate, berry, and ginger tea
BauernMarkt: Farmer’s market
Savory Bread Pudding with Spring Peas and Wild Mushroom Ragout
Shrimp and Stone Ground Grits with Andouille Sausage, Zellwood Corn, Tomatoes, and Cilantro
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Of course there are Dole Whips offered at this stand but seeing as we don’t drink, I think I will save that snack for Aloha Isle in the Magic Kingdom and get the full size 🙂
Jardin De Fiestas
I am not sure which looks the best here so I will show them all
Tacos de Carnitas — Pork tacos topped with Tamarindo Salsa served on a flour tortilla with chicharron
Crab tostada served with chipotle mayo and Valentina Salsa
Flan de Guayaba — Guava Custard
Spring Pancake with Grilled Chicken and Green Apple
Asparagi con Aragosta all’Ortolana (Green asparagus, lobster, garden cocktail sauce)
Panna Cotta al Limoncello (Limoncello flavored Panna Cotta, wild berries)
The Smokehouse: Barbecue and brews
Smoked Beef Brisket with Collard Greens and Jalapeño Corn Bread
Rocky Road Brownie Mousse
OMG! This looks DELICIOUS! I think this is the one I am looking forward to most!
Frushi (Fresh strawberries, pineapple and cantaloupe rolled with coconut rice, atop a raspberry sauce sprinkled with toasted coconut and whipped cream)
Taste of Marrakesh
I am not sure which one of these looks best either, so again, you get all the pictures. All I know is I am getting hungry:)
Harissa and Lamb Confit Chicken Drumettes with Chermoula and Cucumber Salad
Spiced Lamb Kebab with Vegetable Couscous Salad
Baghrir (Moroccan pancake with honey, almonds and Argan Oil)
This one doesn’t really appeal to me but I will give you the option to decide if it would be somewhere you would stop.
I am intrigued yet disturbed by the pate, lol!!
Verrine charlotte au pèches (Caramelized peaches and rosemary and light vanilla cream)
This was the one I wanted to try but heard the review was so so and it doesn’t look as appealing as it sounded 😦
Tarte a la ratatouille et fromage de chevre — zucchini, eggplant, bell pepper, onion, and tomato tart with goat cheese
Terrine Campagnarde, baguette et compote de cerises — country style pate served with baguette and cherry compote
There are two more stands as well
Fruits by the Glass and The Intermission Cafe, I did not see many reviews so I don’t have much info on those two but the menu consists of wines and the fruits by the glass stand and pretty standard items at intermission with exception to the beet lollipop
Also new this year, The Flower and Garden event has its own passport (my page is cooler in our passport book but does not have room for stamps on food page, guess we will using both.) Good news is they are free, love free souvenirs 🙂
They are pretty neat and have spots for the plants you looked at as well and food and drink, after all this is the flower and garden festival, better give those plants some attention 🙂
Totally can’t wait, think I may use all our snack credits right here, lol!!
To read all the info and see all the food check out link below:
FULL Review: 2013 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Food Pictures, Booths, Menus, and Prices! | the disney food blog.