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What one item must you have at Epcot each trip?

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  1. HunnyJar

    HunnyJar DIS Veteran

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    Okay, it's not food but it is something we stop for EVERY TIME we head to Epcot.. Kinley Lemon at Club Cool. I love this stuff! I wish I could get some to take home with me. :goodvibes
     
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  3. USAswimmer626

    USAswimmer626 I may love swimming, but I love Disney more!!!

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    Chocolate Mousse from French Bakery
    Filet from Le Cellier
    Lasagna from Tutto Italia
     
  4. Kumquatmelon

    Kumquatmelon Desiring Disney

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    Mexico: Churro
    Germany: Pretzels
    Japan: Sushi
    Italy: Tiramasu
    France: Strawberry Crepe
    Canada: Cheddar Cheese Soup

    Oh, now I'm hungry.
     
  5. Veals_Family

    Veals_Family Disneyland connoisseur

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    Oh, I have NEVER had the Grey Goose Slushie!!! mmmmmm
     
  6. bluejasmine

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    I have alot.. Epcot is my fave park..

    Pastry from France and Norway

    Dinner at Le Cellier I always get mushroom filet with cream cheese mash and maple creme brule

    General Tso Chicken from Nine Dragon so much better than any of the chinese places we have here..

    Grand Mariner Slush
     
  7. disdel

    disdel Ears? Anyone remember the GEnie boards?

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    How cruel to have to choose! But here's one - the mushy peas at Rose & Crown - certainly WAY better than in the UK itself!

    (and you really should try the NUVO sparkling vodka at France)
     
  8. honeydiane1953

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    My family usually eat at the different resorts. I do have the COVETED Le Cellier finally. After reading so much I want to try so many things at Epcot.:woohoo:
     
  9. iloveeeyore

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    Kaki Gori in Japan. We have to get one of each flavor that's offered and share.
     
  10. BEASLYBOO

    BEASLYBOO <font color=deeppink>It's part of the charm<br><fo

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    Favorite EPCOT Breakfast - Croissant and coffee at the boulangerie in France

    Favorite EPCOT Meal - Le cellier's Beer Cheddar Cheese Soup w/ Breadsticks, followed by 1/2 of NY Strip W/ Mashed (share), followed by Maple Creme Brulee.

    Favorite EPCOT Counter Service Meal - The Schwarma Platter at Tangerine Cafe

    Favorite EPCOT Snack - Anything and I mean anything from the boulangerie in France

    Favorite EPCOT Cocktail - Italian Margarita, made with Grappa and Limoncella Liquor

    and if I get an early start, the perfect day is when I get them all in, I just have to pace myself!
     
  11. beroh2253

    beroh2253 Love Dixie Landings(POR)

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    At the Sam Adams Booth at American Adventure during the F & W Fest. the crab cake and a Sam Adams of any kind to drink with.
     
  12. shortchange1026

    shortchange1026 Why is all the rum gone?? KUNGALOOSH!

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    Rice Cream from Norway! :love: :banana:
     
  13. ROEDISNEY

    ROEDISNEY DIS Veteran My name

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    School Bread & The almond pretzle from Norway :thumbsup2
     
  14. tink713

    tink713 Disneyholic Since 2007

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    DH and I love Kaki Gori's!
     
  15. teach22180

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    I would say the Chicken platter in Morocco, but somehow last trip, I didn't get it. I just didn't spend much time in Epcot, and I wasn't hungry when I was there. I love it so much. It was tragic, just tragic! So, I guess it's not REALLY a must-have, more of a really meant to have... ;)
     
  16. amshowers

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    Maple Creme Brulee at Le Cellier. We eaten their on our last 5 trips and even though I enjoy the food I really go for that dessrt. Kids always have to a Kaki Gori.
     
  17. buckirj1

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    Udon at Yakitori House
     
  18. Grumpy not Dopey

    Grumpy not Dopey Earning My Ears

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    I like the Beef Skewers with Chimichurri sauce at the Argentina market during food and wine! :thumbsup2
     
  19. MickeyNicki

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    Grey Goose Slushie...that counts right? :rotfl:
     
  20. Got Muchness

    Got Muchness Mouseketeer

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    Well I have written down everyones favorites on my itinerary. Now that I have it all lined up there is one thing I can say for sure....I am going to be trashed!:drinking1 DH is going to have to help me walk if I drink all the alcohol suggested. :rotfl2:
    Keep it coming! I am trying to add it all to my list. We love Epcot but never seem to get to spend much time in the World Showcase. I am purposely planning a entire day just to the Worldshowcase this year...to eat (and apparently get really drunk)
     
  21. Simba's Mom

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    That used to be my must-have snack at Epcot, but sadly, I haven't seen it in a couple years. It's still on the menu, but when I ask about it, the CMs say they can't remember ever seeing it. So now I go for the Marvelous there, a Napoleon-like pastry.
     

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