One of the events I most look forward to at Walt Disney World is the Food & Wine Festival. This year celebrates the 15th year of this festival. During this time, which is about 6 weeks, the countries around Epcot have booths set up with appetizer sizes highlighting some foods from their country as well as a wine or alcoholic drink. The food ranges from about $1.50-$4.75 with the drinks around $7-$8. You can rack up quite a bill if you sample everything from each booth, which is why you need to go a few days so it doesn’t seem so noticeable! Below are a few of the tasty bits available to whet your appetite. Below you’ll see such goodies as a Belguim waffle with berry compote and whipped cream, escargot, sausage in a pretzel roll, baked cheese ravioli and a triple dessert sample of strawberry angel verrine, pear streusel pudding cake and dark chocolate sensation. Go check it out for yourself!
Debbie didn’t make her first trip to Walt Disney World until 1990, but she’s made up for it since then! She and her husband even bought a house that’s just nine miles from Animal Kingdom. Debbie is a graduate of the College of Disney Knowledge and has completed Graduate courses at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. She has cruised several times on the Disney Cruise Line, has also sailed various other cruise lines and is an Master Cruise Counselor (MCC). She is certified with Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Princess cruise lines as well as is Universal, Las Vegas and several destination specialist programs. She has also taken a training class with the Sandals chain in Jamaica. She’s traveled a good deal of the US and Europe, including an Adventures by Disney trip to Costa Rica. Debbie¹s love for people and travel make this the perfect job for her.