2010 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Fisherman’s Stew

Disney’s showcasing another menu item from the 2010 Epcot Food and Wine Festival — the Lobster and Scallop Fisherman’s Stew from the Ireland Booth!

Lobster and Scallop Fisherman's Pie

Also on the menu in Ireland this year are:
Kerrygold® Cheese Selection (click here for photo)
Warm Chocolate Lava Cake with Baileys Irish Cream Ganache (click here for photo)
Guinness Draught
Bunratty Honey Meade Wine (click here for photo)

Click here to see more 2010 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Menus and photos!

Thanks to Stitch Kingdom for the heads up!


  1. Ro says

    Nice hidden Mickey. ; )

    You’re whetting my appetite for the Fest. Have you heard anything else about the formerly free tastings? Aren’t ressies supposed to open up this week? Can you tell I’m anxious?

  2. Aimee says

    Looks yummy! I haven’t tried it yet but this year it’s definitely on my list. LOL at the hidden Mickey also :) First thing I noticed.

  3. Liz says

    I was so excited for the chocolate lava cake until I saw the pic of it. That’s a tiny portion! I need more than a bite size piece of cake ;p

  4. says

    That Fishermans Pie was my FAVORITE ITEM from last years festival! We ate like 5 of them! I even bought the Mickey Shaped Casserole dish so I can attempt to make it at home.
    I cannot even begin to gush how wonderful this fishermans pie was…full of scallops, full of flavor, topped with the most wonderful fluffy mashed potatos….it was heaven. And very filling too!

    Great….now I have to wipe the drool off of my keyboard….

  5. Ellen D. says

    Dana, there’s a Mickey-shaped casserole dish?

    I didn’t have the pleasure of having this at the F&WF, but the recipe sounded so great that I made it for New Year’s. It was A+ Amazing! I can only imagine how good it is at Disney. Must.go.to.F&WF.again!

  6. says

    Yeah–actually there’s two Mickey Casserole dishes–a large and a small. They were reasonably priced (for Disney)—the large was $18 I think (plus my AP discount…) so I bought the large one. Go large or go home!
    Still haven’t tried the recipe though—was it hard to do? It looks daunting. I figured I’d try it on a cool fall night.

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