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Epcot is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the annual Epcot Food and Wine Festival, and with nearly 40 destinations offering classic favorites and fresh twists, the event is bigger, better and more appetizing than ever. This week, join me as I wander (or waddle) around the World Showcase promenade and through some new locations in Future World as we sample and review what’s new (and delicious) at this year’s event.

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6 thoughts on “WDW Radio Show #421 – Live Review of What’s New at the Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2015”

  1. Bryan says:

    ‘Some’ people call it Bubble Tea.. Only 95% of North America… lol

  2. Ian says:

    Go back to the Dominican Republic booth and try the mangu!! I love that stuff!!!

  3. Ana Kurland says:

    Last year my favorite was the Peking duck buns. I went back for them twice. I’m glad they are back this year. We’re going on Sunday and can’t wait!

    Mom2MandJ in the box.

  4. KacieG says:

    Went for a brief stint yesterday and LOVED the Sustainable Chew-tini and the Lamington from Austrailia! Can’t wait to go back and try some more.

  5. Chuck Zitta says:

    Glad it’s almost lunch time! Been so long since we’ve been to the FAWF, so not sure what my faves were. Regardless, that was another terrifically appetizing show. Thanks again, Lou, for taking one for the team – stretchy pants and all!

  6. chris g. says:

    I love me some Filet in Canada.