Noodle Bowls, Chocolate BBQ Chips and Tacos, here's the lineup of the good and bad at this years EPCOT festival.
Some surprise disappointments and some surefire winners at Food and Wine. The Roundup.
Everyone has their own preferences, sure, but why waste money on foods that miss the mark? Here's our good and bad list from the EPCOT Food and Wine Festival.
Some of the BEST of the Fest that won't let you down. To get the FULL LIST, check our the post linked below.
This cheesy bread never disappoints. Flavorful and gluten free. Grab the recipe on the blog.
Another surefire hit, this molten chocolate cake is gooey and includes an Irish Cream liqueur custard that hits the spot.
Not too sweet and super refreshing, this slushy is perfect for a pick me up. Vodka, Le Ctiron Vodka, Grand Marnier and Cranberry Juice
Everything at the India Booth is fantastic. We' recommend it all. These little vegetarian bites were luscious, flavorful and the lime cream pushed it over the top.
Very rich, this one should be shared! Loads of chocolate, a salted whisky caramel and BBQ chip! Yum.
Mistakes were made. While we were sure that these dishes would be good, we were very wrong. Here's the not-so-great list from Food and Wine.
All of them were bad. Too salty, and drowning in Miso, still no flavor, super disappointing.
Quality has taken a nose dive over the last few years. This simple treat was dry, cold, and flavorless.
While Mexico's tacos are usually delicious, this years was on a limp tortilla, not much flavor, and all around not worth it.
Another fail this year, the raclette was tough, cold and in no way gooey or dippable.
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