Yeah…more Disney food.

More leftovers from our winter vacation…
When you’re in the land of Mickey, how can you pass these up?

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And finally after years of walking by the never ending line of tried kiddos, we ate at the Lady and the Tramp Italian Restaurant in Magic Kingdom.

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Yes, the food was too pricey for the quality of the meal, but how can you pass an opportunity like this up?

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Epcot Eating

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John and I love to go to Disney World. We like the different parks for different reasons, but the main reason I love Epcot is for the food. During our stay we try eat one meal a day at the World Showcase. We do this to detox from the crowds in a more adult themed park and because we love the whole “visit another country all in one place” idea.

Here are some of the countries we ate in:
Italy…
I had a homemade pasta with pesto that was the best meal at the park and a Nutella polenta dessert that was surprising good. Half our meal we spent listening and spying on the massive fireworks display behind us.

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Mexico…
From previous experience we knew we could ask for a veggie menu at the all meat establishment. It was very limited (we both had black bean and gelled veg soft tacos), but lets face it when you are eating inside a Mayan temple with a river, “active” volcano, and another Mayan temple sitting inside of it , you’re not really there for the food.

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Norway…
Sweet almond pretzel. I want to learn how to make these now!

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Germany…

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France…

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And finally our beloved England!

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