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DannyDisneyFreak
07-15-2008, 09:42 AM
If your were to "Eat around the world" what would you eat in each country? The only thing I know I want to try is the School bread in Norway. Any pictures would be great as well! I've added my choices in red
Mexico Either the kids quesadillia or a churro, or both! And thinking if we end in Mexico and not that hungry maybe a margrita
Norway Definitly want to try the School Bread and maybe the Lefse too. Pictures?
China Potstickers I guess, someone here warned against the egg rolls. Pictures?
Germany Bratwurst or a pretzel Pictures?
Italy Cannoli
America Skip
Japan If I can get some sushi CS or I've never had Sake
Morocco Baklava or the Tabouleh or Couscous side dish. Pictures? Does either or both come with pita bread?
France Cheese plate What kinds of cheese? or the ham and cheese croissant. Pictures?
United Kingdom Digestive cookies from the shop
Canada Either a Canadian candy bar like coffee crisp or Maple cookies

Cinderelly5507
07-15-2008, 09:51 AM
Ooooh, I can't wait to hear answers and see some pics!

disneyfav4ever
07-15-2008, 09:58 AM
Mexico - Churro
Norway - School Bread
China - Egg Roll
Germany - Pretzel
Italy - IDK
America - Funnel Cake
Japan - Kaki Gori (Melon)
Morocco - Cous Cous
France - Something from the Bakery
United Kingdom - Fish and Chips
Canada - Cheddar Cheese Soup

NurseJamie
07-15-2008, 10:55 AM
This is kinda fun!

Mexico - gotta be a churro
Norway - school bread!!!
China - I like the boba (bubble) tea, and the red bean ice cream is really good!
Germany - pretzel
Italy - gelato
America - funnel cakes
Japan - Kaki gori (shaved ice with syrup, so refreshing on a hot day - this is a must for me every trip!)
Morocco - The schwarma platters from the Tangierine Cafe are amazing, but that's a little big for a snack. So I'd grab the baklava :)
France - Chocolate mousse from Boulangerie Patisserie
United Kingdom - Fish and chips!
Canada - ? I don't think I've ever grabbed food from Canada!

Mmmmm can you tell I have a sweet tooth? :laughing:

GoofyWaterCoaster
07-15-2008, 11:03 AM
Mexico - Churro
Norway - School Bread
China - ???
Germany - Pretzel
Italy - IDK
America - Funnel Cake
Japan - Snow Cone!
Morocco - ???
France - Bakery
United Kingdom - Fish and Chips
Canada - ???

futreWDI
07-15-2008, 11:09 AM
Mexico - Churro
Norway - Rice Cream
China - Tea of Some Sort
Germany - Pretzel
Italy - Penny Candy, although not really a penny
America - Funnel Cake
Japan - Sushi
Morocco - cous cous
France - Something from the Bakery
United Kingdom - British Candy!!!
Canada - not sure

beroh2253
07-15-2008, 11:52 AM
Mexico - Churro
Norway - almond sweet pretzel, after I eat a school bread
China - Egg Roll
Germany - draft beer and pretzel
Italy - teramusu
America - Funnel Cake, Sam Adams
Japan - Kaki Gori
Morocco - ?
France - eclair
Canada - pretzel breadstick

castmemberb4
07-15-2008, 01:23 PM
UUuummmm Fun !

Mexico - Fiesta Margarita that's a snack right?
Norway - herring plate from the bakery (do they still have that?)
China - just tea thanks
Germany - pretzel and a Spaten :drinking1
Italy - Rosa Regale and black chocolate
America - hot dog and Sam Adams
Japan - maybe just a bowl of noodles w/sake
Morocco - olives from Tangerine Cafe & Tiger beer
France - cheese plate and some french red wine
United Kingdom - this would have to be Fish & Chips but how would I eat it at this point :sick:
Canada - cheese soup and a La Fin du Monde

Notice how eating around the world translates into eating and drinking for me :rotfl:

Lamandpercy
07-15-2008, 01:44 PM
These are my favourite treats:

Mexico - never eaten here but rectifying that next month :goodvibes
Norway - pretzel with almonds
China - orange chicken rice bowl from Lotus Cafe
Germany - never eaten here either but I like bratwurst
Italy - desssert
USA - burger and fries
Japan - kaki gori or Japanese chocolate
Morocco - never eaten here either lol
France - more dessert
UK - never eaten anything here other than fish and chips which I wouldn't recommend at all they were vile! Some sweets may be nice.
Canada - cheese soup

DannyDisneyFreak
07-16-2008, 02:12 AM
Mexico - Churro
Norway - almond sweet pretzel, after I eat a school bread
China - Egg Roll
Germany - draft beer and pretzel
Italy - teramusu
America - Funnel Cake, Sam Adams
Japan - Kaki Gori
Morocco - ?
France - eclair
Canada - pretzel breadstick
Oh I loved the pretzel breadsticks in Le Celier can you get them somewhere else? I don't recall any CS in Canada.

beroh2253
07-16-2008, 03:30 AM
Oh I loved the pretzel breadsticks in Le Celier can you get them somewhere else? I don't recall any CS in Canada.

I wish they had some place to get them, I guess Le Cellier is the only place and you have to have TS.

marvali
07-16-2008, 06:16 AM
UUuummmm Fun !

Mexico - Fiesta Margarita that's a snack right?
Norway - herring plate from the bakery (do they still have that?)
China - just tea thanks
Germany - pretzel and a Spaten :drinking1
Italy - Rosa Regale and black chocolate
America - hot dog and Sam Adams
Japan - maybe just a bowl of noodles w/sake
Morocco - olives from Tangerine Cafe & Tiger beer
France - cheese plate and some french red wine
United Kingdom - this would have to be Fish & Chips but how would I eat it at this point :sick:
Canada - cheese soup and a La Fin du Monde

Notice how eating around the world translates into eating and drinking for me :rotfl:

Yeah, I was noticing that.:rotfl2:

My only disappointment is that now I don't know what to drink with the herring plate from the Norway bakery, or to drink with that Fiesta Margarita snack you mentioned from Mexico!:lmao:

castmemberb4
07-16-2008, 07:09 AM
Yeah, I was noticing that.:rotfl2:

My only disappointment is that now I don't know what to drink with the herring plate from the Norway bakery, or to drink with that Fiesta Margarita snack you mentioned from Mexico!:lmao:


:rotfl2:

I think they have beer at the bakery in Norway I just don't know what kind it is. How about a regular margarita to go with that Fiesta

futreWDI
07-16-2008, 08:32 AM
:rotfl2:

I think they have beer at the bakery in Norway I just don't know what kind it is. How about a regular margarita to go with that Fiesta

beer in Norway is amazing:thumbsup2

castmemberb4
07-16-2008, 08:36 AM
beer in Norway is amazing:thumbsup2

I found it. It's Carlsberg ! But I don't see the herring on the menu anymore, it's been years since I've had that. Maybe i should just have the Bailey's coffee :goodvibes

christinou
07-17-2008, 09:17 AM
That is one of our favorite thing to do we go around and all share 1 thing from each country CS restaurant. We have never done of tha country in 1 time it is more of a 2 night process......

Mexico- Combination platter
Norway- waffle
China- pot stickers
Germany- Beer for the adult, pretzel for the kids
Italy- alcohool for the adult, ice cream or cannoli for the kids
America- fried bread
Japan- sushi, kaki gori
Morocco- shawarma sandwich
France- dessert
United Kingdom - beer
Canada -??


Canada

fakereadhed
07-17-2008, 09:40 AM
Canada- maple syrup!!! :rotfl2:

Check out this podcast for a real life eating around the World experience:
http://www.wdwtoday.com/article.php?story=20080526082406540

castmemberb4
07-17-2008, 09:42 AM
Canada- maple syrup!!! :rotfl2:

Check out this podcast for a real life eating around the World experience:
http://www.wdwtoday.com/article.php?story=20080526082406540

Canada is though now that they don't have the bevertail cart.
Not that I ever ate one, maybe that's why they closed it :lmao:
They do still have beer though.

aribelle
07-17-2008, 09:48 AM
Mexico churros are great, but the nachos were good too
Norway School bread, the sandwiches, rice cream
China Pot stickers (never the egg rolls, ick), any of the flavored teas, mango smoothie
Germany brautwurst, black forest cake, pretzel
Italy cannoli, tiramisu, torta (cheesecake or chocolate)
America funnel cake
Japan teriyaki chicken, tempura, kaki gori
Morocco coucous as a snack, Shawrma platter as a meal
France crepes or anything in Boulangerie Patisserie
United Kingdom Fish and Chips! but never the shortbread.
Canada I can't think of any CS or snack kiosk here??????

daisy112878
07-17-2008, 10:14 AM
Mexico nachos - just know they will say everything is on the side which isn't true. DH hates sour cream so we asked for it off and it was still on there. Ritas

Norway Lefse - yummy!!!

China shrimp fried rice and eggroll also the green tea slush at the joy of tea

Germany brats and pretzels - one of our favorties

Italy - tiramisu and zuppa inglses - these are at a little counter service place right when you get into Italy

America we skip it

Japan tempura shrimp udon, we've also gone to the japan lounge when it was opened and just got a sushi roll. I don't know if you can still just walk into Tokyo Dining or not.

Morocco combo platter or the mediterranean specialty which is meatballs - yummy too

France grey goose slushie, Cheese Plate from the little bakery place, chocolate crepes

United Kingdom Fish and Chips

Canada doesn't have anything unless you want popcorn or mcdonald's french fries.

DannyDisneyFreak
07-20-2008, 11:35 AM
Okay Ive added my picks so far from some of your ideas and looking at the menus. PLEASE! I would be so greatful for any pictures. Thanks my hungry friends.
Mexico Either the kids quesadillia or a churro, or both! And thinking if we end in Mexico and not that hungry maybe a margrita
Norway Definitly want to try the School Bread and maybe the Lefse too. Pictures?
China Potstickers I guess, someone here warned against the egg rolls. Pictures?
Germany Bratwurst or a pretzel Pictures?
Italy Cannoli
America Skip
Japan If I can get some sushi CS or I've never had Sake
Morocco Baklava or the Tabouleh or Couscous side dish. Pictures? Does either or both come with pita bread?
France Cheese plate What kinds of cheese? or the ham and cheese croissant. Pictures?
United Kingdom Digestive cookies from the shop
Canada Either a Canadian candy bar like coffee crisp or Maple cookies

daisy112878
07-20-2008, 11:39 AM
Sounds like you have a plan.

I don't know who warned aganist the eggrolls in china but we've always thought they were good.

DannyDisneyFreak
07-20-2008, 12:45 PM
http://disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1883617

bluejasmine
07-20-2008, 12:54 PM
Mexico-dont really want a snack here have San Angle booked for dinner
China-want to try that frozen chi tea
Norway-either schoolbread or cream horn or anything its all so yummy!
Italy-canoli
germany-dont want anything
america- no thanks
Morroco-hummus does anyone know if some pita wedges come with?
Canada-maple leaf cookie sounds good
France-criossant
England-Id like the snack size fish and chips
Japan-kaki gori thinking the melon sounds great

Jubilee
07-20-2008, 02:19 PM
If your were to "Eat around the world" what would you eat in each country? The only thing I know I want to try is the School bread in Norway. Any pictures would be great as well! I've added my choices in red
Mexico Either the kids quesadillia or a churro, or both! And thinking if we end in Mexico and not that hungry maybe a margrita
Norway Definitly want to try the School Bread and maybe the Lefse too. Pictures?
China Potstickers I guess, someone here warned against the egg rolls. Pictures?
Germany Bratwurst or a pretzel Pictures?
Italy Cannoli
America Skip
Japan If I can get some sushi CS or I've never had Sake
Morocco Baklava or the Tabouleh or Couscous side dish. Pictures? Does either or both come with pita bread?
France Cheese plate What kinds of cheese? or the ham and cheese croissant. Pictures?
United Kingdom Digestive cookies from the shop
Canada Either a Canadian candy bar like coffee crisp or Maple cookies

I've heard about Bear Claws in Canada too....I had the Norway bread last trip. It was good, but different. DH didn't like it and it was way too big to eat alone. In America, I would probably get that fully loaded elephant ear if you decide to eat there. In France, definitely get to the Patisserie!

tmws66
07-20-2008, 04:31 PM
Mexico - Nachos
Norway - School Bread
China - Fried Rice
Germany - Liefermilch(sp?) dry red wine
Italy - lasagna
America - ??? they have food :laughing:
Japan - sushi
Morocco - not sure
France - grey goose lemon slushy yummmmm
United Kingdom - Fish and Chips
Canada - Cheddar Cheese Soup

And if I still had room, would have to get some McDonald fries:rotfl:

DiZneEChIcK
07-21-2008, 08:53 AM
China - I like the boba (bubble) tea, and the red bean ice cream is really good!


OMIGOSH, I never knew they had bubble tea in Disney. This is my favorite thing !!! Can't wait til October :banana: :banana: :banana:

PolyPower
07-22-2008, 09:15 AM
For all those people who said something like ??? for Canada or Japan:

Canada: Breadsticks and maple creme brulee: "My home and native land":woohoo:

Japan: One word-SUSHI.:love:

goofygal531
07-22-2008, 11:18 AM
Mexico: Combination Plate
China: Kid's Meal Combo
Norway: School bread & Almond Kringla
Germany: Pretzel
Italy: Chocolates (weather permitting)
US: Funnel cake
Japan: Kid's Meal Combo
Morocco: -don't care for anything-
France: Grey Goose Slushy, Quiche and any pastries - all yummy
UK: Fish n chips
Canada: Great coffee stand (non-WDW run outside vendor no nescafe!)

Narnia
07-22-2008, 06:33 PM
umm I guess i won't be seeing much of epcot because I'll be really close to the bubble tea! I used to dink it atleast once a week at the mall but they stopped selling it.

Aimeedyan
07-22-2008, 06:44 PM
I thought the egg rolls tasted fine - just like eggrolls! =)

My biggest piece of advice? In all the times I've "eaten around the world" at EPCOT, I always find myself most disappointed when I choose something that someone on the board recommended over what truly looks good at the time. Go with your gut - if you get there and something else looks fantastic, get it! I opted for the schoolbread over another pastry that looked delicious because of the recommendations here and really regretted it. I found the schoolbread bland and threw most of it away while my DH happily munched on the pastry that I really wanted. =)

If I hadn't gone with my gut, I wouldn't have ever tried the peach schnapps frozen tea in China which I now have dreams about...

Enjoy your trip around the world!

emmabemmainc
07-22-2008, 07:01 PM
What a neat idea!

I swear though, if it were me--I'd stop at Tangierine Cafe first--eat a whole shwarma (sp?) platter myself--find a Grey Goose Slush and then hit Norway for a school bread. LOL! I'd be one happy camper! :thumbsup2

DannyDisneyFreak
07-22-2008, 11:42 PM
Canada: Breadsticks and maple creme brulee: "My home and native land":woohoo:

To get the breadsticks you would have to eat in Le Cellier, which I agree are delicious especially the pretzel ones, but "eating around the world" is getting a little of somthing in each country (i.e. Counter Service) Getting an ADR for just breadsticks is a bit silly... maybe I could pay somone going to dine there to smuggle some out for me!:idea:

gourmetgirl
07-23-2008, 12:01 AM
Subscribing.....will need a few months from now :)

Jenvenza
07-23-2008, 07:46 AM
We will be spending three days in Epcot, so I think we will definitely try to do this. Just spread it our over 2 or 3 days! I am waiting to try school bread!

castmemberb4
07-23-2008, 08:16 AM
Okay Narnia and DiZneEChIcK tell me about bubble tea.

DannyDisneyFreak
07-23-2008, 09:17 AM
Okay Narnia and DiZneEChIcK tell me about bubble tea.

Bubble tea, or Boba tea, is flavored iced or hot tea and it has tapioca jelly balls (bubbles) in it. Some people love it others think it's kinda gross and weird when you suck up the bubbles thru the straw. I had it in China town in Toronto, it was good, my DW loves it she had it at a coffee shop before, I think its a good choice for eating around the world (EATW) because it's unique since you can get egg rolls and such anywhere.