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Epcot Food and Wine Festival Food Pictures: Puerto Rico, Hops & Barley, Poland Booths

It’s time for more 2010 Epcot Food and Wine Festival booth food pictures! As always, if you want to see full coverage of each booth — including food pictures, menus, and pricing — check out our Epcot Food and Wine Festival Booth Pages! Just click on any booth Country name for detailed information — they’re being updated as new photos come in.

Puerto Rico
I’m pretty sure Puerto Rico was my husband’s favorite booth, and in spite of the slight cilantro taste to the soup, it was one of my favorites as well! The incredible medianoche sandwich was a surprising winner — savory, warm, and just perfect for a midnight kitchen raid! ;-) And the asopao de pollo had some serious flavor going on! It was a huge portion, and delicious.

The Bacardi Torched Frozen Cherry Colada was incredible. Creamy, cool, sweet, and just enough tang to keep you interested. It is one of my favorite items in the festival! You can see more pictures, the full menu, and prices on our Puerto Rico Booth Page!

Asopao de Pollo (Chicken Soup with Rice)

medianoche sandwich

Bacardi Frozen Torched Cherry Colada

Hops & Barley
Slightly new this year at Hops & Barley is the pecan bread pudding. While there was something similar served at the New Orleans booth last year, this fit the bill as a sweet, thoroughly “American” treat. I had mine on a relatively cool October morning, which made the warm, flavorful dessert even better! This is a mushy bread pudding (vs. a firm one) so be prepared!

You can find the full menu, prices, and more pictures on our Hops and Barley Booth Page.

Pecan Bread Pudding

Poland
Poland brings back the Kielbasa and Potato Pierogies with Caramelized Onions and Sour Cream this year. To my palate, the kielbasa is always awesome, and the pierogies are always kind of tasteless. Let me know what you think!

They also brought out something called Golabki (a.k.a. Pork Stuffed Cabbage). We didn’t love this one, but it had much more flavor than I’d expected! Check out more photos, the full menu, and pricing on our Poland Booth Page.

Kielbasa and Potato Pierogies with Caramelized Onions and Sour Cream

Golabki (Pork Stuffed Cabbage)

Let us know what YOU’RE loving at the Epcot Food and Wine Festival! Until then, feel free to check out more food pictures on our booth pages!

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11 Comments

  1. Nate says:

    When we were at Food & Wine a couple of years ago, those little kielbasas were my wife’s favorites.

    That sandwich and golabki look great, but that pecan bread pudding sounds amazing! I’m now a sucker for bread puddings. You ever have a menu item that you would never think about ordering in a million years, but one day you finally order it, and it just happens to be the most amazing thing you’ve ever had in your life? And then you always order every restaurant’s version of that item? That happened to me with bread pudding.

  2. chris says:

    The kielbasa was good. It’s much more flavorful than something you’d find in a regular store. The pierogies were exactly like my Polish grandmother’s–frozen. And yes, bland. I guess it’s highly unlikely that they’d have fresh ones. I liked the caramelized onions, though.

  3. Ellen D. says:

    OMG… that asapao and the pecan bread pudding and I could easily become BFF (particularly after they take up residence on my hips).

  4. Angela says:

    Since frozen potatoe pierogies are fairly common it’s a shame they don’t try a different kind. My dad’s side of the family is polish and I didn’t have a potato pierogie until I was about 12 because we always had cabbage and mushroom or cheese pierogies (a savory cheese kind of like a cheese ravioli filling). Anyways, I will never be able to go to Disney World in the fall, so I’m living vicariously through these posts and photos! :D

  5. AJ says:

    Nate — Which restaurant’s bread pudding converted you?

    chris — Good point on the caramelized onions; they’re a definite boost to flavor.

    Ellen — Oh yes! Though, I’ll bet the soup isn’t all that caloric…health food! ;-)

    Angela — Never say never! But, in the meantime, I’m so happy to be able to showcase the food for you!

  6. Nate says:

    AJ: It was actually a local restaurant in Portland, Oregon. McMenamin’s is a chain of brew pubs up here. Terrible service, but great beer. Anyway, they had a Jack Daniels Caramel Bread Pudding something-or-rather that piqued my interest. (It was really the JD that did it… shh.)

    Have any good bread pudding in WDW outside of the Food & Wine booth?

  7. Angela says:

    AJ- I`m a teacher (in Ontario you can’t take time off besides designated holidays, I have a coworker who wasn’t allowed to take a single day off for her daughters wedding in the Bahamas!) so I guess it’s just never, until I’m retired (I’m 24 now!). Or…until I can somehow make a plan to just fly out for a weekend hmmmm…..
    Also, what was in that sandwich? I just love a good sandwich…

  8. Dana (aka DragynAlly) says:

    If I didn’t know better I would think there were olives in that there soup…

  9. Brenda says:

    I loved that sandwich from Puerto Rico … must have gone back at least three times for another and another and another! In fact, I wish I was eating one right now …

  10. Josh says:

    I wonder why they call the sandwich the “Midnight Sandwich” for the medianoche sandwich? (I do know Spanish by the way ;))

    The Pork stuffed Cabage looks quite good as well, but I’m a pretty big fan of cabbage.

  11. Karen says:

    I knew I should have got the cherry instead of another frozen moijito last night! But it was still good.

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