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Old 07-29-2013, 04:34 PM   #436
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We're also thinking about the beer dinner also but I'm kind of worried about Disney's definition of beer - don't want to hear "your first course is paired with an authentic Belgian speciality from one of our oldest breweries, Stella Artois"



For your main course we take you around the work, serving Australian Rack of Lamb paired with Fosters
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For your main course we take you around the work, serving Australian Rack of Lamb paired with Fosters
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Missed out on the rum dole whip during F&G. Kind of disappointed they are going with the orange one for F&W.
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Anyone have any idea when they start setting up for FW? We are going to be in Epcot on the 20th of Sept and was wondering if everything will still be clear of any booth or construction.
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Anyone have any idea when they start setting up for FW? We are going to be in Epcot on the 20th of Sept and was wondering if everything will still be clear of any booth or construction.
There will probably at least be a few of the booths with more appearing every day. Many years ago I was there the week before the festival started and most of the booths were in place. That's how I even found out about F&W.
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Thanks for all the info on the dining events!

Sadly the only signature dining experience that will be available when we are there (10/30-11/3) is Kouzzina. But with a $160/pp pricetag, its just not worth it. However we are very excited to try the Spirits Confidential & the Sweet Sunday!!!

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Anyone have thoughts about the Parisian breakfast? Sounds very tasty, but I have a feeling it might not be THE best thing to eat the morning of the TOT run for me. And the following Saturday we'll be over at Universal...though that day IS my birthday and I could certainly make us delay more Butterbeer for a couple hours.




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I have to admit I am disappointed by the "fake haggis"
◾Vegetarian Haggis ....

....I just feel it is not a true representation of the culture's food experience.
Something I noticed while visiting Ireland (bear with me) in the 90s was how open the place was to vegetarians. If you visited an "Irish Pub" in the States it was all meat meat lamb meat fish, but actually IN Ireland I had some of THE best vegetarian meals of my life! It was as though the Irish who came to America and opened pubs got stuck in the food of when they lived there, and didn't quite realize that their country had moved on. (I notice the same thing with my Korean MIL...she says this attitude and that belief are the ways of her people...all the while her sisters, who never left Korea, haven't had that attitude or belief in decades).

So it's entirely possible that griddled vegetable cakes are totally popular there and that the culture NOW is very open to vegetarian options.

Or they feel they would only sell 10 servings of the animal-based stuff over the entire festival, and opted to give us veggies a chance.


Ever since I saw the bannoffee tart mention I cannot get Love, Actually out of my head, when Keira offers up bannoffee pie.



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We're also thinking about the beer dinner also but I'm kind of worried about Disney's definition of beer - don't want to hear "your first course is paired with an authentic Belgian speciality from one of our oldest breweries, Stella Artois"
Or better, Blue Moon.
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I may be imagining this but I think I remember hearing something about how "real haggis" isn't actually allowed in the US due to the way its made. I can't remember the specifics but I think they said something about some of the ingredients that are in aren't allowed or something - it might be the bladder covering that I'm thinking of. Anyway this could well be to do with why they've gone down the veggie root or the gross out factor. Either way I guess its just them trying to be a bit authentic but not really touching the mark.
I have been served real Haggis at a restaurant, during a Burns Night dinner here in Delaware so I assume it is not illegal. Mayhap they had to make some adjustments if some of the parts are not allowed. It's a stomach they stuff it in BTW. Really not much more gross that a sausage casing I promise.


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Anyone have thoughts about the Parisian breakfast? Sounds very tasty, but I have a feeling it might not be THE best thing to eat the morning of the TOT run for me. And the following Saturday we'll be over at Universal...though that day IS my birthday and I could certainly make us delay more Butterbeer for a couple hours.






Something I noticed while visiting Ireland (bear with me) in the 90s was how open the place was to vegetarians. If you visited an "Irish Pub" in the States it was all meat meat lamb meat fish, but actually IN Ireland I had some of THE best vegetarian meals of my life! It was as though the Irish who came to America and opened pubs got stuck in the food of when they lived there, and didn't quite realize that their country had moved on. (I notice the same thing with my Korean MIL...she says this attitude and that belief are the ways of her people...all the while her sisters, who never left Korea, haven't had that attitude or belief in decades).

So it's entirely possible that griddled vegetable cakes are totally popular there and that the culture NOW is very open to vegetarian options.

Or they feel they would only sell 10 servings of the animal-based stuff over the entire festival, and opted to give us veggies a chance.


Ever since I saw the bannoffee tart mention I cannot get Love, Actually out of my head, when Keira offers up bannoffee pie.





Or better, Blue Moon.


I REALLY am all for the Veggies having a chance. I like seeing plenty of variety for vegetarians. Or for anyone with dietary restrictions.

But still, that dish is so "unusual" in America and so sensationalistic because of the types of Meat used (ok, meat parts) that I feel that not serving the Real thing is cheating. Again, I think they could either do both versions or try offering a different dish (like Bridies) as a veggie option.

Mmm.. actually a veggie Bridie sounds really good. I would get in line for that! (I like both Meat in veg equally) I think by the end of my vacation I will be willing to commit acts of depravity for a Spinach Salad.
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Terra:
•Trick’n Chick’n Curry with Basmati Rice featuring Gardein™ Chick’n Breast
•Chili Colorado with House-made Chips and Cashew Cheese featuring Gardein™ Beefless Tips*
•Chocolate Cake with Coconut Mousse and Passion Fruit Sauce
•Fresh Watermelon Juice
•Napa Smith Organic IPA
•The Vegan Vine Chardonnay
•The Vegan Vine Red Blend

Brazil (All-New Menu):
•Seared Scallop with Ragout of Tomatoes, Peppers, Hearts of Palm and Steamed Rice
•Crispy Pork Belly with Black Beans, Onions, Avocado and Cilantro
•Cerveharias Kaiser Brewery Xingu Black Beer
•Carnaval Moscato White
•Frozen Caipirinha featuring LeBlon Cachaça

Argentina:
•Beef Empanada
•Grilled Beef Skewer with Chimichurri Sauce and Boniato Purée
•Pascual Toso Sparkling Brut
•Terrazas Reserva Malbec
•Terrazas Reserva Torrontes
•Kaiken Cabernet Sauvignon

Australia:
•Garlic Shrimp with Roasted Tomatoes, Lemon Myrtle and Rapini
•Grilled Lamb Chop with Mint Pesto and Potato Crunchies
•Pavlova (Crispy Meringue Shell with Fresh Driscoll’s® Berries and Vanilla Custard)
•Rosemont Estate Pinot Grigio
•Wolf Blass Gold Label Chardonnay
•Rosemont Estate Merlot
•Penfolds Bin 8 Cabernet Shiraz

Mexico:
•Shrimp Taco with Purple Cabbage
•Taco de Ribeye with Salsa de Chipotle
•Rice Pudding
•Dos Equis Beer
•Sangria
•Tequila Flight
•Mango-Habanero Margarita

Singapore:
•Lemongrass Chicken Curry with Coconut and Jasmine Rice
•Seared Mahi Mahi with Jasmine Rice and “Singa” Sauce
•Tiger Beer
•Marqués de Caceres Satinela
•Singapore Sing featuring Hendrick’s Gin and Cherry Herring (garnished with Cherry Man Farm-to-Market All-Natural maraschino cherry)

China:
•Mongolian Beef in a Steamed Bun
•Black Pepper Shrimp with Sichuan Noodles
•Chicken Potstickers
•Silky Spun Ice with Toppings (three flavors: Coconut, Strawberry, Chocolate)
•Tsing Tao Beer
•Francis Ford Coppola Su Yuen Riesling
•Francis Ford Coppola Su Yuen Syrah
•Kung Fu Punch with Vodka
•Happy Lychee with Vodka
•Lychee Aerated Water

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•Kimchi Dog with Spicy Mustard Sauce
•Lettuce Wrap with Roast Pork and Kimchi Slaw
•Bohae Black Raspberry Wine – Bokbunjajoo
•Jinro Chamisul Soju
•Soju Fruit Slushy featuring Jinro Chamisul Soju

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•Berbere Style Beef with Onions, Jalapeños, Tomato, Okra and Pap
•Spinach and Paneer Cheese Pocket
•Man Vintners Chenin Blanc
•The Wolftrap Red (Syrah, Mourvèdre, Viognier)
•Porcupine Ridge Syrah

Cheese:
•Almond Crusted Blue Cheese Soufflé with Fig Jam
•Artisan Cheese Selection: Flagship Reserve Cheddar, La Bonne Vie Triple Crème Brie, Wijngaard
•Goats Gouda
•Once Upon a Vine’s The Lost Slipper Sauvignon Blanc
•Once Upon a Vine’s The Fairest Chardonnay
• Once Upon a Vine’s The Big Bad Red Blend
•Once Upon a Vine’s A Charming Pinot

Brewer’s Collection:
•Schöfferhofer Grapefruit
•Altenmünster Oktoberfest
•Warsteiner Premium Verum
•Warsteiner Premium Dunkel
•Radeberger Pilsner
•BraufactuM Palor
•BraufactuM Roog Smoked Wheat Beer
•BraufactuM Darkon
•Beer Flight 1: Schöfferhofer Grapefruit, Altenmünster Oktoberfest, Warsteiner Premium Verum, Warsteiner Premium Dunkel
•Beer Flight 2: Radeberger Pilsner, BraufactuM Palor, BraufactuM Roog Smoked Wheat Beer, BraufactuM Darkon

Germany:
•Schinken Nudel (Pasta Gratin with Ham & Cheese)
•Roast Bratwurst in a Pretzel Roll
•Apple Strudel with Werther’s Original Karamel and Vanilla Sauce
•Altenmünster Oktoberfest
•Braufactum Darkon
•J&H Selbach Bernkasteler Kurfürstlay Riesling Kabinett
•Selbach-Oster Mosel Riesling Spätlese
•J&H Selbach Bernkasteler Kurfürstlay Riesling Auslese
•Weingut Pitthan Dornfelder Dry Barrique Style

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•Kielbasa and Potato Pierogie with Caramelized Onions and Sour Cream
•Zapiekanki (Toasted Mushroom, Caramelized Onion and Cheese Bread with House-made Ketchup)
•Okocim Brewery, Okocim O.K. Beer
•Temptation Zinfandel
•Frozen Szarlotka (Apple Pie) featuring Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka

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•Ravioli de formaggio all’emiliana
•Salsiccia e ‘Papacelli” Napoletani
•Cannoli al Cioccolato
•Moretti Beer
•Moretti La Rosa
•Procecco
•Pinot Grigio Placido
•Chianti Placido
•Italian Margherita

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•Shakin’ Jamaican Coffee – Made with Kāhlua, Vanilla and Caramel. Served Hot or Frozen

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•Lobster Roll with Lemon Herb Mayonnaise
•New England Clam Chowder with a side of Tabasco®
•Craisin® Bread Pudding with Grand Marnier Anglaise
•Samuel Adams Boston Lager®
•Samuel Adams® Octoberfest
•Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat®
•Rogue Chocolate Stout
•Iron Horse Fairy Tale Cuvée
•Beer Flight 1: Samuel Adams Boston Lager®, Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat®, Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat®, Rogue Chocolate Stout

Florida Local:
•Florida Grass Fed Beef Slider with Monterey Jack and Sweet & Hot Pickles
•Florida Shrimp Ceviche with Fire Roasted Vegetables and Micro Cilantro
•Cigar City Brewing Florida Cracker Belgian-style White Ale
•Orlando Brewing, Sun Shade Organic Pale Ale
•Florida Orange Groves, Hurricane Class 5 White Sangria
•Florida Orange Groves, Key Limen-Key Lime Wine

Japan:
•California Roll
•Spicy Hand Roll
•Teriyaki Chicken Hand Roll
•Youki Tofu topped with Miso Sauce, Edamame and Served with Grilled Vegetables
•Sapporo Draft Beer
•Sake: Junmai Ginjo
•Green Tea Colada

Morocco:
•Kefta Pocket
•Harissa Chicken Roll
•Baklava
•Casa Beer
•Ksar White
•Sangria
•Mimosa Royale

New Zealand:
•Gratinated Green Lip Mussels with Garlic and Herbs
•Lamb Meatball with Spicy Tomato Chutney
•Venison Sausage with Pickled Mushrooms, Baby Arugula and Black Currant Reduction
•Kim Crawford Pinot Grigio
•Mohua Sauvignon Blanc
•Kim Crawford Unoaked Chardonnay
•Kim Crawford Pinot Noir

Belgium:
•Potato and Leek Waffle with Braised Beef
•Belgian Waffle with Warm Chocolate Ganache and Whipped Cream
•Belgian Waffle with Berry Compote featuring Driscoll’s® Berries and Whipped Cream
•Hoegaarden
•Stella Artois
•Leffe Blonde
•Leffe Brune
•Beer Flight 1: Hoegaarden, Stella Artois, Leffe Blonde, Leffe Brune
•Chilled Coffee featuring Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

France:
•Escargots Persillade en Brioche (Garlic and Parsley Snails in Brioche)
•Boeuf Bourguignon (Braised Short Ribs in Cabernet with Mashed Potatoes)
•Crème Brûlée au Chocolat au Lait (Chocolate Milk Crème Brûlée topped with Caramelized Sugar)
•Beer Kronenbourg Blanc
•Chardonnay, Macon-Villages, La Côte Blanche
•Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordeaux, Château Bonnet
•Sparkling Pomegranate Kir
•Eiffel Sour Cosmo Slush (Vodka, Grey Goose Cherry Noir, Grand Marnier, Cranberry Juice)

Ireland:
•Lobster and Seafood Fisherman’s Pie
•Kerrygold Cheese Selection: Reserve Cheddar, Dubliner with Irish Stout, Skellig
•Warm Chocolate Pudding with Bailey’s® Custard
•Guinness Draught
•Bunratty Meade Honey Wine
•Chilled Irish Coffee featuring Bunratty Potcheen

Canada:
•Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup
•Seared Rainbow Trout with Bacon, Frisee and Maple Minus 8 Vinaigrette
•“Le Cellier” Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with Truffle Butter Sauce
•Moosehead Lager
•La Face Neige Apple Ice Wine
•La Face Neige Sparkling
•Mission Hill Family Estate Syrah

Greece:
•Taste of Greece: Grilled & Marinated Calamari, Hitipiti, Eggplant Dip, Olives and Pita Bread
•Griddled Greek Cheese with Pistachios and Honey
•Chicken Gyro with Tzatziki Sauce
•Spanakopita
•Dannon Oikos® Light & Fit Blueberry Greek Yogurt
•Domaine Skouras Moscofilero
•Domaine Siglas Assyrtiko/Athiri
•Alpha Estate Axia Syrah
•Ouzo by Metaxa

Refreshment Port:
•Dole® Pineapple Fritters
•Fried Shrimp with Dole® Pineapple Sweet and Sour Sauce
•Fried Chicken Chunks with Dole® Pineapple Sweet and Sour Sauce
•Orange Dole® Whip
•Orange Dole® Whip with Crème de Cacao White
•Dragon Berry Colada featuring Bacardi® Dragon Berry Rum

Desserts & Champagne:
•Chocolate Orange Cupcake
•Hazelnut Chocolate Cheesecake
•Morello Cherry Pistachio Mousse
•Dessert Trio
•Guylian Belgian Chocolate Seashell Truffles
•Frozen S’mores
•Pyramid™Weiss Cream Beer
•Möet & Chandon Ice Impérial
•Möet & Chandon Impérial
•Möet & Chandon Nectar Impérial Rosé
•Nicolas Feuillatte Rosé

Hawai’i:
•Kālua Pork Slider with Sweet and Sour Dole® Pineapple Chutney and Spicy Mayonnaise
•Tuna Poke with Seaweed Salad and Lotus Root Chips
•Kona Brewing Company’s Big Wave Golden Ale
•Kona Brewing Company’s Pipeline Porter
•Lucien Albrecht Gewurztraminer Réserve
•Aulani Sunrise featuring Ocean Vodka

Scotland (New):
•Seared Scottish Salmon with Cauliflower Puree, Watercress and Malt Vinaigrette
•Vegetarian Haggis with Neeps and Tatties-Griddled Vegetable Cake with Rutabaga and Mashed Potatoes
•Scottish Banoffee Tart with Bananas, Scottish Whisky Toffee, Walkers Shortbread Crumbles and Sweet Cream
•Innis & Gunn® Original
•Loch Lomond featuring Glenfiddich® 12 year
•Glenfiddich® Scotch Flight (12, 15 and 18 year)

Craft Beers:
•Dogfish Head Brewery, Namaste
•Abita Brewing Company, Fall Fest
•Leinenkugel’s® Seasonal Shandy, (Summer Shandy/Orange Shandy)
•Florida Beer Company, Devil’s Triangle
•New Belgium Brewing Company, Fat Tire
•Widmer Brothers Brewing®, Alchemy Ale
•Red Hook, Audible Ale
•Sierra Nevada, Torpedo® Extra IPA
•Beer Flight 1: Dogfish Head Brewery Namaste, Abita Brewing Company Fall Fest, Leinenkugel’s® Seasonal Shandy, Florida Beer Company Devil’s Triangle
•Beer Flight 2: New Belgium Brewing Company Fat Tire, Widmer Brother s Brewing Alchemy Ale, Red Hook Audible Ale, Sierra Nevada Torpedo®
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Thanks for posting - just saw it over at disney food blog!

of course the first thing I notice is that they actually have some interesting/"real craft" beers at the Craft Beer booth - and are doing beer flights which is cool
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Looks like the beer selection is slowly improving...Rogue and Cigar City appear this year but some of the beers at the Craft Beer booth continue not to really be craft such as that dreadful Leinenkugel stuff.
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Looks like the beer selection is slowly improving...Rogue and Cigar City appear this year but some of the beers at the Craft Beer booth continue not to really be craft such as that dreadful Leinenkugel stuff.
I agree that they are stepping up the beer overall, though I disagree with you about Leinekugel - it is a shandy which is what it is (beer mixed with fruit drink - lemonade in this case but could be cider or other options). They are an old brewery that does more than that - just what they have gotten popular with is their shandy
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Menus and some pictures posted over at the Disney Food Blog...can not wait!

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I agree that they are stepping up the beer overall, though I disagree with you about Leinekugel - it is a shandy which is what it is (beer mixed with fruit drink - lemonade in this case but could be cider or other options). They are an old brewery that does more than that - just what they have gotten popular with is their shandy
Now owned by Miller, not saying that people shouldn't drink what they like but they are definitely not craft anymore. And to me a shandy, radler etc. really isn't beer, just some other type of drink (I know others may not agree). There is still way too much AB, Miller etc presence at a booth labeled as craft.
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