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2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Preview: Canada and Ireland Booths

We’re so excited for the 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival at Walt Disney World! Today, we’re previewing two of our favorite Marketplace Booths — Canada and Ireland!

5 Things You’ve Gotta Try at Walt Disney World in 2013!

Check out our Top 5 Things You’ve Gotta Try at Walt Disney World in 2013! You won’t want to let the year pass without giving these treats a shot!

Review: The Territory Lounge at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Check out the Territory Lounge at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge for delicious snacks and a terrific selection of beer, wine, and spirits.

Guest Review: Beers Around the World, Part Two

Need more beer? Stop in to read part two of our Beers Around the World series. From the American pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase to Canada, beers are taste-tested for our readers!

Le Cellier Cheddar Cheese Soup…to go?

Today the Food Blog has been shocked and excited to learn that maybe…just maybe…it’s possible to get Cheddar Cheese Soup from the Epcot World Showcase Canada Pavilion’s famous Le Cellier steakhouse without a coveted (and hard-to-get) advanced dining reservation! Guest poster James Chapman from the (soon to be live) DisneyfotoBlog.com shares his experience and photos. [...]

Epcot Food & Wine Festival Countdown

The Epcot Food & Wine Festival is one of the premier foodie events in the nation, welcoming specialty chefs, wineries, breweries, and other food professionals from around the globe to showcase their talents in an extravaganza of cultural tastes and experiences. No. Disney did not pay me to write that. But if they want to [...]

“Book Early” Series: Le Cellier

Lots of folks just glide right by the large, wrought-iron gate leading to the beautiful replica of Vancouver’s Victoria Gardens in Epcot’s Canada Pavilion. They figure it’s just a garden, of which there are MANY in Disney World, so why stop to gawk when you could move on to Soarin’? Le Cellier, that’s why. French [...]