While I haven't been there, I have read online the menu for the lchayim area at the international holiday event in epcot. I wanted to clarify something as Craig had mentioned he felt it was true to the holidays. I'm not sure about the other areas of food stations in epcot but specifically the menu for lchayim is jewish food from america (ny/nj), as in kosher style jewish deli food. On chanukah we eat latkes (not knishes) and jelly donuts called sufganiot. It is unfortunate that those aren't on the chanukah menu or a description of why we eat it isn't listed as Ryno said. I think the Jewish food offered sounds great but it's not chanukah. We also eat chanukah gelt (chocolate coins) as dessert not black and white cookies. And that's just America: but international chanukah such as middle eastern foods can be also different for chanukah then america. Hope this clarifies, wonder about the other areas of the world, if they depict the holidays or do they depict a culture as a whole all the time? Don't get me wrong, it sounds amazing to eat, just doesn't represent the holiday itself, as I know it from the east coast side of things and celebrate it.