We hope you’re having a great weekend! We’ve had a crazy busy week keeping up with the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival and other news from both coasts!
Meanwhile, we’re sad to be losing some phenomal acts at Epcot: Off Kilter, the World Showcase Players (I still have my pin!), Mo’Rockin’ (I love the song Habibi!), and The Spirit of America Fife & Drum Corp. (they always bring a tear to my eye!). We took the time yesterday to ride Maelstrom and watch the movie (which we really do stop for 99% of the time) with friends, and we have FastPasses lined up for next weekend to give our final farewells to the attraction *queue our hearts breaking*. I’m already tearing up just thinking about it!!!
We did miss out on saying goodbye to Backlot Studio Tour and Catastrophe Canyon, but after our last visit on the attraction, it had truly become a shell of its former glory. Terribly sad… But let’s dry our collective eyes, and without further ado, here are our links you’ll want to check out, and will hopefully lift your spirits!
If you’re looking for F&W reviews, we’ve been hooking you up! We have more coverage for you, and have added even more to our photo arsenal since yesterday! Just click the link below the photos for reviews from the kiosks:
Looking for WDW Food News? We’ve got you covered!
Are you over at Disneyland Resort? Check out these great eats!
<p And of course, we have some great friends out there hitting the streets! Be sure to visit their sites for even more delicious reviews!
Alexis of Gluten Free in Orlando visits the UK pavilion at Epcot to see what gluten-free treats they offer.
Sarah of Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free at WDW enjoys her final breakfast at Kouzzina.
Jenna has a guest post at Running at Disney sharing all the awesome meals she enjoyed during race weekend at Disneyland!
Amanda of Disney Every Day shows off all the awesome items she enjoyed during the Food & Wine Media Preview.
Melissa and Dan of Mouse on the Mind visit Big Top Treats at the Magic Kingdom for some get-the-heck-outta-the-heat snacks.
Adam and Andrew of Disney Hipster Blog are counting down to their visit, and food plays an awesomely huge factor in their plans!
Ryan of Main Street Gazette shares his Food & Wine Top 7, and 6 of 7 are either Gluten-Free or vegetarian!
Scott of Beers and Ears reviews Stella Artois’ Cidre, which Matt and I sampled yesterday. For $3.50 for a 6oz pour (7oz if they fill the cup), we should have just bought the 4 pack at Publix for $8 since we both ordered one, and let’s face it, it’s probably not going to be that terrible that we don’t drink it.
We hope you get through this huge reading assignment before kickoff! 😉 Thank you for stopping by and spending part of your Sunday with us. We have so much more on the horizon for you regarding Food & Wine, and we really look forward to covering as much of the “new” stuff as we can very soon. We also look forward to getting back to covering the other restaurants, parks and resorts, as we feel like we’re neglecting them this time of year! Again, thank you for visiting, and we’ll see you tomorrow! 😀