epcot food and wine festival 2015

for some reason i waited a whole year to write about this.

highlights:
Buttered chicken with micro cilantro (africa)
“Le Cellier” wild mushroom beef filet mignon (canada)
Frozen Dominican piña colada (dom. republic)
Lechón asado: Roasted pork with mangú (dom. republic)
Kielbasa and potato pierogi (poland)
Coconut Porter Float (desserts/champagne)
Tacos de camarón (mexico)
Frozen S’mores featuring Monin® (desserts/champagne)
Beer flights (brewers collection, craft beers)
Grilled sweet and spicy bush berry shrimp (australia)

decent:
Roasted pork lettuce wrap with kimchi slaw (south korea)
Pork Spareribs with red wine (sustainable chew) – really small portion though

okay, but probably wouldn’t get again:
Teriyaki gyoza bun (japan)
Grilled lamb chop with mint pesto and potato crunchies (australia)

disappointments:
Ice Pop Pomme (france) – just tasted like pure alcohol
Loaded mac n’ cheese with Nueske’s® pepper (farm fresh) – this had a great taste, but were overloaded with pepper
New York strip, parsnip silk, balsamic glaze (chew labs) – unimpressive and really small portion size
All of the coffee liquors (ireland, belgium) – despite the fancy names, they were all tiny cups of baileys and way overpriced

passed on the following (maybe next time):
Tzatziki martini (greece)
Roast bratwurst in a pretzel roll (germany)
Tuna poke with seaweed salad and lotus root chips (hawaii) – tiny, and tuna seemed thawed out from being frozen?
Berbere-style beef tenderloin tips (africa) – too vinegary from pickled jalapenos

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