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News! More 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Menu Items and FOOD PHOTOS!

SO exciting! We’ve got several more 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival menu items to share with you today!

Be sure to check out the 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Menu page for all of the menu items we’ve gathered so far!

MORE Select 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Menu Items Announced

Yep — 15 more menu items have been announced for this year’s festival! This is in addition to the several items we showcased last week!

Let’s check them out…

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Scotland Booth

The Scotland Booth is BRAND NEW at the festival this year, and it will feature a Salmon dish in addition to

Scottish Banoffee Tart
This creamy tart is made from banana, toffee, and Glenfiddich Whisky Cream!

Banoffee Tart at the Scotland Booth

Vegetarian Haggis with Neeps and Tatties
7-10-13 UPDATE! The Scotch Egg has been removed from the Scotland menu and replaced with…VEGETARIAN HAGGIS with Neeps and Tatties (Griddled Vegetable Cake with Rutabaga and Mashed Potatoes)!! We don’t currently have a photo of this, but we’ll get one as soon as we can! :-)

Loch Lomond Cocktail
This sharp drink is made with Scotch, Drambuie, and dry Vermouth. It will join other beverages at the Scotland Booth this year.

Loch Lomond at the Scotland Booth

Interestingly, there are some Scots who are criticizing Disney for their booth menu choices, claiming that several of the items were not invented in Scotland. Disney responds by saying that the menu choices reflect comfort foods that appeal to a broad audience.

Scotland did supplied over 40 possible menus to the chefs.

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Brazil Booth

A newly returning booth to the 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival, Brazil will feature a pork belly dish as well as this addition!

Seared Scallop with Hearts of Palm and Tomato Stew
This is a brand new option at the festival!

Seared Scallop Dish at Brazil Booth

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Canada Booth

The Canada booth will be bringing back the famous mushroom filet with truffle butter sauce, but it will also add a brand new option.

Seared Trout with Frisee, Bacon, and Maple Minus 8 Vinaigrette
Fish is back at the Canada booth this year with a Seared Trout dish! We’ve never seen this one at the festival before!

Seared Trout at Canada Booth

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Africa Booth

While we’re not sure whether the South Africa booth has morphed into a full-on Africa booth or not, this new drink will please visitors no matter where it is.

Brown Elephant Cocktail
This creamy concoction of Amarula cream liqueur, milk, and Coca-Cola will be an interesting addition to the Food and Wine Festival “drink-around-the-World” menu!

Brown Elephant Cocktail

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Australia Booth

The Australia booth is back again this year with a new shrimp dish!

Garlic Shrimp
After a couple of years of shrimp on the barbie, this more involved dish will be an interesting change!

Garlic Shrimp at the Australia Booth

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Desserts and Champagne Booth

Every year, Disney changes up their options for desserts at the popular Desserts and Champagne booth.

Cherry Pistachio Mousse, Orange Cupcake, and Hazelnut Cheesecake
This year, guests can indulge in a bite-sized trio of the three options; or order a larger version of each individual item!

Cherry Pistachio Mousse, Orange Cupcake, and Hazelnut Cheesecake at Desserts and Champagne Booth

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Hops and Barley Booth

The Hops and Barley booth returns again this year in the America Pavilion featuring a new dessert!

Craisin Bread Pudding with Grand Marnier Anglaise
Featuring Craisins, as usual, the dessert option here has been changed up a bit!

Craisin Bread Pudding at Hops and Barley booth

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Singapore Booth

This year, another popular dish returns to the Festival!

Seared Mahi Mahi with Jasmine Rice and “Singa” Sauce
While this dish was available at the 2012 Epcot Food and Wine Festival, guests will now find the recipe in the new 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival cookbook!

Seared Mahi Mahi with Jasmine Rice and “Singa” Sauce

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Hawaii Booth

We know that the delicious Kalua Pork Slider is returning to the Hawaii booth this year, but there’s a brand new drink to go along with it!

Aulani Sunrise
Sporting the name of the Disney DVC property on Oahu, the Aulani Sunrise includes Ocean Vodka from Maui!

Aulani Sunrise at the Hawaii Booth

Epcot Food and Wine Festival France Booth

Over in France, you’ll be able to sip the beloved Eiffel Sour Slush and the Sparkling Pomegranate Kir once again!

Pomegranate Kir
The Pomegranate Kir is back this year! The popular drink includes sparkling wine and pomegranate liqueur!

Pomegranate Kir on right -- Photo (c) Kelly Amey

Want More Details About the 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival?

We work hard to keep you in the know about everything Food and Wine Festival related! Be sure to join our Disney Food Blog Newsletter for the latest information and details. And keep an eye on our 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Page for updates.

News! The DFB Guide to the 2013 Epcot Food & Wine Festival e-Book is now available for pre-order!

The best part? By pre-ordering, you automatically get our 2012 Food and Wine Festival Guide for FREE, instantly! That means you can start planning NOW for your trip!

Use code prefoodwine at check-out for a $3 discount!

Are you headed to the Epcot Food and Wine Festival this year? What dishes are you looking forward to trying? Let us know in the comments below!

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24 Comments

  1. Dana says:

    Do we know if the Canada booth will still have the spicy chicken sausage with corn polenta? That’s one of my favorites, and I’m hoping it will still be there!

  2. Katie says:

    I want everything in this article! I may not make it to the half after eating all of this…

  3. Randi says:

    These all look really good! It’s a shame I won’t be able to get down to Florida to try any of them. But I did notice (and love) all the Hidden Mickeys on the plates!

  4. Ashley says:

    A cocktail with Amarula?! Sold! I cannot wait to try it!

  5. Carol says:

    Me to Ashley!!! I love Amarula!!

  6. Lexi says:

    Looks delicious! And AJ, I know this is off-topic, but I went to purchase tickets to snack attack October 2nd and got an error, are they sold out?

  7. Mardie says:

    I am going to the FAWF for the first time ever this year… and want to try EVERYTHING! That garlic shrimp from Australia looks fantastic.

  8. Summer says:

    110 Days!!! I can’t wait to EAT ALL OF THE THINGS!!! (Must start working out to prepare!)

  9. Lisa says:

    Man, I’m feeling sad that I won’t be at F&W this year. I’d love to try the Scottish booth.

  10. Alan says:

    I would love to try every single thing pictured! But the festival never fits into our schedule. Rats!!! and I don’t mean Remy.

  11. CanadiansLoveWDW says:

    i would like the recipe for the dessert from Scotland… every receipe i have tried from this blog has turned out fantastic…

  12. Galloping Gourmand says:

    I missed the Austrailian booth when it was gone. They had my favorite overall collection of dishes.

  13. Essie says:

    OMG, all of the seafood looks wonderful and the desserts would be welcomed also. I’m not really a drinker, but the drink with the Coke sounds very inviting as well as the sparkling wine and pomegranate juice. Of course, I could never turn down Canada’s Filet and Risotto with the butter truffle sauce!

  14. Greg says:

    I can’t believe Canada would remove the Cheese soup as popular as that is.

  15. cupcake says:

    No more Pumpkin Mousse?!

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

  16. Keith says:

    Vegetarian Haggis?….just when I thought I heard ‘em all. What is next?…vegetarian steak or BBQ? Silly

  17. Maggie says:

    A lot of seafood items for new dishes :P no good for us land-lubber types. I am thoroughly intrigued by the idea of vegetarian haggis, sounds like an impossiblility, but I will definitely try it if it’s on the menu. Can’t wait for October!

  18. Chris says:

    Replacing Scotch Egg with Veggie Haggis? really? laaaame :0\

  19. Heather says:

    Errm I’m trying to figure out how haggis could be veggie? It is the Scottish national dish and by definition is sheep organs stuffed inside sheep stomach. (Today sausage casing sometimes replaces the stomach) Sounds like they are passing off veggie “sausage” as something Scottish.

  20. Sharon says:

    Vegetarian haggis is actually found quite commonly in Scotland. Banoffee pie however isn’t Scottish at all! Personally, if I was to put together a menu to show people the best of Scottish food I would have went with Stovies and Oatcakes, and then for dessert cranachan. Both lovely, something most would enjoy and definitely Scottish!

  21. Paul says:

    Sharon; spot on. Give me Veggie Haggis or Stovies over a “Scotch” Egg any day! Agree that Cranachan would have been the ideal desert or maybe some Clootie Dumpling!

    Heather; the Veggie Haggis just replaces all the meat elements with a mixture of oats and grains. According to the leading manufacturer of Haggis here in Edinburgh 1 in 4 haggis sold in Scotland are Veggie! It looks and tastes very much like regular haggis…I prefer the real thing though. Understand why they wouldn’t serve it at Disney, doesn’t “sound” overly appealing to most.

    As long as the Whisky is a good malt then Disney have done well by me. Although if they wan’t to add some Black Pudding, Square Sausage & Fried Egg Rolls on the menu that would be just fine; as long as there’s gallons of Irn-Bru to wash it down with. Scotch Pies, Bridies and Mince & Tatties are also welcome :)

    I wonder what “Beer” will be representing our wee nation…

  22. Jane says:

    Just got back from a morning at Food & Wine. The vegetarian Haggis was the best new offering this year. It was wonderful. Even my very meat-eating husband wanted to go back to Scotland for another serving of V.Haggis!

    The dessert trio: You can order them individually but you do NOT get a larger portion. You get the same exact size. If purchased separately they are $1.75 each. Buy all three and save 50 cents. We had no interest in the orange chocolate cupcake so we did not order a trio. They also have a frozen Smores smoothie that was not that good. They chill the whole thing together so the mini marshmallow garnish on the top become hard tastes lumps.

    I am planning to make the vegetarian haggis at home. It is that good.

  23. Suzanne Switzer says:

    Is pumpkin mousse being offered at the 2013 Epcot food and wine festival? If so, where?

  24. AJ says:

    Suzanne Switzer — No; pumpkin mousse is not being offered this year.

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