Having gone on our final trip “over the falls,” sat on the talking bench, and perhaps teared up a little during The Spirit of Norway, we needed a little bit of comfort. With no line at Kringla Bakery og Kafe, Matt popped his head in to see if there was anything new since his last visit. With eyes focused on the dessert case, he zeroed in on a tiny dessert called “S’more.” From what I recall, it wasn’t there on our last visit to the restaurant back in late June.
The parfait-style dessert comes in a small cup and is layered with chocolate pudding, chocolate sauce, marshmallow fluff, and graham cracker crumbs. A rolled stick of chocolate finishes the toasted marshmallow top.
A few weeks ago, back on preview day of the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, Matt and I headed over to Sunshine Seasons. The park had only shortly opened before we arrived, so we decided to grab a soda and hop on the Living with the Land before making our way to the kiosks which had yet to open.
While looking around, I spotted this chocolate covered Coconut Macaroon. Despite my better judgement of not eating sugar in the morning, I went ahead and ordered it, since Matt was looking for something to snack on as well.
We had a lot of Epcot International Food & Wine coverage for you again this week, and we’re just about done with our posts from the Festival (pending any additional updates, of course!). For a quick reference to our reviews, click here. This week we covered Desserts & Champagne, Mexico, Belgium, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, Fife & Drum Tavern, Refreshment Port, and Hawai’i. We also headed to Festival Center for a Culinary Demonstration with Andrew Zimmern. Finally, we took a look at Fall Food and Pumpkin-Flavored Treats at Disneyland and, here at WDW, Trattoria al Forno’s new menu.
Now let’s take a look at what our friends have been up to!
Suvir from our presentation way back in 2011
Sarah of Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free at WDW shares her experience at Suvir Saran’s Culinary Demonstration.
Nick and Nora of Extra WDW Magic review Andrew Zimmern’s Culinary Demonstration.
Macadamia-Pineapple Pancakes from Kona Cafe
Ryan of Main Street Gazette heads to Kona Cafe for breakfast.
Adam and Andrew of Disney Hipster Blog are disappointed by the Vegetarian Lasagna at 50’s Prime-Time Cafe.
Tillamook Cheddar Cheese Grits at The Wave
Alexis of Gluten-Free in Orlando enjoys breakfast at The Wave, and her daughters make a great observation of how it feels like fining on the Disney Dream!
Thank you for stopping by, and we’ll see you tomorrow! Enjoy the rest of your weekend! :D