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  • [Fun] It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

    I just got done printing the menu for the Food and Wine Festival and I thought I would share it will all of you. I can't wait to spend the day trying food from different countries and sharing it with friends.

    What are your "must haves"?

    **List courtesy of www.allearsnet.com**

    Montreal, Canada
    Cheddar Cheese Soup $3.25
    Maple Glazed Salmon with Roasted Corn and Arugula $4.25
    Maple Custard with Almond Crumble $2.50
    Moosehead Beer $5.50
    Chateau des Charmes Chardonnay, Paul Bosc Estate Vineyard $3.50
    Chateau des Charmes Vidal Icewine $5.50
    Chateau des Charmes Riesling $2.50
    Chateau des Charmes Merlot, St. David's Bench Vineyard $3.50
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Boston – Hops & Barley
    Boston Crab Cake with corn and barley salad $4.00
    New England Lobster Roll $7.00
    Samuel Adams Boston Ale $5.00 (12 oz.); $11.50 (22 oz.)
    Samuel Adams Boston Lager $5.00 (12 oz.); $11.50 (22 oz.)
    Samuel Adams Light $5.00 (12 oz.)
    Samuel Adams Octoberfest $5.00 (12 oz.); $11.50 (22 oz.)
    Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat $5.00 (12 oz.); $11.50 (22 oz.)
    Samuel Adams Honey Porter $5.00 (12 oz.)
    Samuel Adams Cream Stout $5.00 (12 oz.)
    Samuel Adams Black Lager $5.00 (12 oz.)
    Samuel Adams Pale Ale $5.00 (12 oz.)
    Samuel Adams 13th Year Anniversary Festival Beer $5.00 (12 oz.); $11.50 (22 oz.)
    Souvenir Stein included with all 22 oz. -- No refills
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    San Francisco, USA
    Roasted Beet Salad with Goat Cheese $2.75
    Seared Beef Medallion with Cheese Polenta $3.75
    California Strawberry Shortcake $2.75
    Rosenblum Cellars, Kathy's Cuvee Viognier $3.75
    Beaulieu Vineyard Napa Cabernet Sauvignon $3.50
    Sterling Vineyards Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc $3.25
    Dynamite Vineyards Merlot $2.75
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    New Orleans, Louisiana, USA:
    Cajun Crawfish Etoufee $4.00
    Seafood Gumbo (shrimp, crab and catfish stew) $3.75
    Praline Bread Pudding with Bourbon Caramel Sauce $2.75
    Abita Amber Beer $6.00 (12oz) $12.50 (22oz.)
    Abita Purple Haze Beer $6.00 (12oz) $12.50 (22oz.)
    Souvenir stein included in all 22oz -- No Refills
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Buenos Aires, Argentina:
    Pastel de Choclo (Beef and Corn Casserole) $3.75
    Grilled Beef with Chimichurri sauce $4.25
    Bodega Norton Reserva Malbec $4.00
    Bodega Norton Reserva Cabernet $4.00
    Bodega Norton Chardonnay $2.50
    Bodega Norton Torrontes $2.75
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Santiago, Chile:
    Camaron con Pebre (shrimp with cilantro sauce) $4.00
    Spicy Beef Empanada $3.75
    Dulce de Leche (caramelized milk pudding with toasted almonds) $2.25
    Montes Limited Selection Sauvignon Blance $3.25
    Montes Limited Selection Cabernet Carmenere $3.50
    Montes Classic Series Chardonnay $2.50
    Montes Alpha Syrah $4.50
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Mexico City, Mexico:
    Chilaquiles (baked tortillas with chicken and cheese) $4.00
    Quesadilla con Chorizo (spicy sausage and cheese tortilla) $3.75
    Capirotada (Mexican bread pudding with white chocolate) $3.50
    LA Cetto Chardonnay $3.75
    LA Cetto Petite Sirah $3.75
    Dos Equis Beer $4.50
    LA Cetto Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon $4.75
    Agua de Horchata $2.50
    Conga Juice
    Reims – Champagne

    Moet & Chandon Rose Imperial $9.75
    Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial $9.50
    Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rose $11.00
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Lyon, France:
    Escargot Persillade en Brioche (snails with garlic butter in brioche) $4.50
    Quiche au Fromage de Chevre et poireaux (goat cheese and leek quiche) $4.00
    Creme Brulee Chocolat au Lait (milk chocolate creme brulee) $3.75
    Chateau Haut Mondain Bordeaux Rouge Merlot $5.00
    Vouvray, Michel Picard $4.50
    Sparkling Pomegranate Kir $6.50
    Chardonnay, Macon-Villages, Georges Duboeuf $4.50
    French Orangeade $2.50
    Munich, Germany:
    Spaetzle with Creamy Mushroom Ragout $3.25
    Regensburger Sausage with sauerkraut in a pretzel roll $3.75
    Apple Strudel $2.75
    SA Prum Blue Slate Riesling Kabinett $3.50
    SA Prum Essence Riesling $3.00
    SA Prum Graacher Himmelreich Riesling Spatlese $5.50
    Schloss Reinhartshausen Old Vines Riesling $5.00
    Beck's Pilsner $6.00 (12oz.); $12.50 (22oz.)
    Beck's Oktoberfest $6.00 (12oz.); $12.50 (22oz.)
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Athens, Greece:
    Greek Salad $2.75
    Spanakopita (savory spinach and cheese pastry) $3.50
    Melomakarona (honey spice cookie with walnuts) $2.25
    Boutari Moschofilero $3.50
    Oenoforos Asprolithi $3.25
    Kourtaki Mavrodaphne of Patras $2.50
    Vatistas Cabernet Sauvignon-Agioghitiko Blend $4.50
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Cork, Ireland:
    Potato Leek Soup with a Dubliner Cheese Crisp $2.75
    Boxty with bacon chips and Kerrygold garlic and fresh herb butter $2.75
    Irish Cheese Selection (Reserve Irish Cheddar, Dubliner and Ivernia Cheese) with Apple Chutney and Brown Bread $3.25
    Guinness Draught Beer $6.00
    Frozen Irish Coffee $7.50
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Bologna, Italy:
    Baked Ziti $4.50
    Sausage Pizza $4.50
    Cream Puff with Mascarpone and Gianduja Chocolate $3.50
    Placido Chianti $4.00
    Sartori Pinot Grigio $4.00
    Tantinel Prosecco $5.00
    Moretti Beer $5.50
    Virgin Primavera (strawberry and white peach nectar cocktail) $3.50
    Acqua Panna $2.00
    Barcelona, Spain
    Chilled Tomato and Garlic Soup $2.50
    Seared Tuna Loin with Roasted Red Peppers, spicy pepper coulis and garlic-herb ciabatta $4.00
    Churro with Chocolate Sauce $2.75
    Bodega Don Olegario Albarino $5.25
    Poema Cava Brut $3.25
    Bodegas Julian Chivite Gran Feudo Rose $3.25
    Abadia Retuerta Seleccion Especial $4.00
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Vienna, Austria:
    Beef Goulash with a bacon dumpling $3.50
    Tafelspitz (boiled beef brisket with red potatoes and horseradish cream sauce) $3.75
    Buchteln (apricot jam roll with vanilla sauce) $2.50
    Iby Zweigelt $3.50
    Leth Gruner Veltliner $3.50
    Leth Riesling $3.75
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Krakow, Poland:
    Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup $2.75
    Kielbasa with Potato Pierogies with caramelized onions and sour crem $4.50
    Chopin Vodka Raspberry Cocktail $8.25
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Istanbul, Turkey:
    Meze (eggplant puree, cucumber, tomato salad, pita bread) $3.00
    Manti with Yogurt Sauce $3.50
    Pistachio Baklava $2.75
    Kavaklidere Selection Kirmizi Red $3.50
    Kavaklidere Selection Beyez White $3.50
    Kavaklidere Cankaya White $2.75
    Kavaklidere Yakut Red $2.75
    Efes Pilsner Beer $6.00
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    San Juan, Puerto Rico:
    Mofungo (green plantain mash with pork cracklings and Shrimp Salsa) $3.75
    Pastelon de Amarillo (beef and yellow plantain casserole) $2.75
    Brazo Gitano (gypsy's arm guava roll with shredded coconut) $3.00
    Frozen Pina Colada $6.50
    Frozen Mojito $6.50
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Marrakesh, Morocco:
    Kefta (grilled beef and hummus in a pita pocket) $3.95
    Brewat Spicy Chicken Pastry $2.95
    Walnut and Honey Baklava $2.50
    Guerrouane Red $2.75
    Casa Beer $5.50
    Bodegas Pinor Moscatel $2.75
    Zambria Sangria $2.95
    Iced Mint Tea $2.00
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Cape Town, South Africa:
    Durban Spiced Chicken on a Skewer with coconut milk-infused root vegetables $3.75
    Bobotie with Mango Chutney $3.00
    Spice Cake with a chocolate sauce $2.25
    Fairview Sauvignon Blanc $2.50
    Goats du Roam The Godfather Red Blend $3.00
    Fairview Goats du Roam White $2.50
    Fairview Pinotage $2.75
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    New Delhi, India
    Samosa with Tamarind Sauce (spicy pea and potato pastry) $3.25
    Shrimp in a red cury sauce over rice $4.00
    Mango Mousse $1.75
    Sula Chenin Blanc $2.75
    Kingfisher Premium Lager $5.00
    Sula Sauvignon Blanc $3.25
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Tokyo, Japan:
    California Sushi Roll $3.00
    Spicy Tuna Roll $3.50
    Seaweed Salad with Shrimp and Orange $3.75
    Takara Plum Wine $3.00
    Ozeki Dry Sake $3.00
    Hana Raspberry Sake $4.75
    Kirin Ichiban Draft Beer $4.75
    Ocha Gyokuro Iced Green Tea $3.50
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Shanghai, China:
    Chicken Sha Cha $3.50
    Pork Pot Stickers $3.50
    Ginger Caramel Ice Cream $3.25
    Dragon Hollow Chardonnay $3.50
    Tsingtao Beer $5.75
    Plum Wine Green Tea Cooler $5.95
    Mango Fu-Te-Jia Slush with melon liqueur, vodka and rum $7.50
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Wellington, New Zealand:
    Bay Scallops with baby greens and cranberry vinaigrette $3.75
    Lamb Slider in a brioche roll $5.00
    Kiwi Meringue Tartlet $2.50
    Villa Maria Private Bin Sauvignon Blanc $3.50
    Villa Maria Private Bin Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon $3.75
    Villa Maria Private Bin Unoaked Chardonnay $3.50
    Villa Maria Private Bin Riesling $3.25
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Melbourne, Australia
    Pepperberry Prawns on the barbie with sweet potato hash $4.75
    Chilled Barramundi Fish with a fennel slaw $3.50
    Grilled Lamb Chop with caramelized onion jam and pea shoots $5.00
    Wattleseed Mousse (coffee-infused lady fingers with wattleseed filling) $2.75
    Cooralook Chardonnay $3.50
    Green Point Shiraz $4.00
    Yellowglen Pink $2.50
    Cooralook Pinot Noir $4.00
    Foster's Lager $5.00 (12oz.); $11.50 (22oz.)*
    *Souvenir stein included, no refills
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    The Mouse Catch
    One selection $3.25
    Duo of Cheese $4.00
    Trio of Cheese $4.50

    Asiago Pressato, Italy
    Manchego, Spain
    Dorothea, Holland

    Martini & Rossi Prosecco $3.25
    Marques de Caceras Rioja Crianza $3.50
    Heineken Beer $5.00
    Dasani Water $2.00
    Evian Water $3.25
    Last edited by SummerInFL; 10-10-2008, 11:57 AM.

  • #2
    Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

    It's so overwhelming! I love the Cheddar Cheese Soup but I honestly can't recall any items that I particularly loved last time. Gotta have Lobster and Crab at the Boston booth.

    I'm pleased to see a few drinks that are neither wine nor beer, since I don't like either.
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    • #3
      Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

      My husband REALLY enjoyed the maple glazed salmon in Canada, the beef empanada in Chile, and being from Louisiana loved the etoufee and gumbo, he enjoyed the perogies from Poland, the Kefta from Morrocco, the durban chicken from South Africa, the chicken sha cha from China and the pot stickers.

      He's kicking himself cause he couldn't remember where the prawns were from (Australia) so, he didn't get to try them.
      Last edited by Stitchy; 10-10-2008, 01:43 PM.



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      • #4
        Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

        Originally posted by SummerInFL View Post
        What are your "must haves"?
        Rolaids

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        • #5
          Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

          Cheddar Cheese Soup $3.25
          Yum!
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          • #6
            Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

            that soup is good. I tried it last year. Didn't finish it though, it was too hot for soup. haha



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            • #7
              Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

              And this is way I'm kicking myself for not going. FOOD. I'm a total foodie when it comes to ethnic stuff.

              Poopieheadbuttsnortandotherassortedswearing.

              Hubbie and I were just discussing what we'd eat just now.

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              • #8
                Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

                Ohh I'm stuffed from reading all that. Total yum.

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                • #9
                  Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

                  My impressions from opening weekend



                  Boston – Hops & Barley
                  New England Lobster Roll $7.00 - Overpriced, but some nice big chunks of lobster in it

                  Samuel Adams Boston Lager $5.00 (12 oz.); $11.50 (22 oz.) - What is the great thrill. I fail to see it, there are much much better beers out there. I was suprised to find that SABL uses no bittering hops in their brew. All the hops are finishing hops. Or so said the kid running the tasting.


                  New Orleans, Louisiana, USA:
                  Cajun Crawfish Etoufee $4.00 - Two thumbs up
                  Seafood Gumbo (shrimp, crab and catfish stew) $3.75 - Another two thumbs up

                  Santiago, Chile:
                  Camaron con Pebre (shrimp with cilantro sauce) $4.00 - Meh. I like cilantro (its my "secret" ingredient in the salsa I make. I did not taste a whole lot of cilantro going on in this dish.


                  Mexico City, Mexico:
                  LA Cetto Petite Sirah $3.75 - Not quite as spicy as I like a Syrah, but still nice.
                  Lyon, France:
                  Escargot Persillade en Brioche (snails with garlic butter in brioche) $4.50 - I have had them before. Passed this year. All that butter is just too much grease

                  Munich, Germany:
                  Spaetzle with Creamy Mushroom Ragout $3.25 - Meh on the Spaetzel (mine is better ), I guess it gets gummy in the holding hot boxes, but bonus points for a very tasty ragout.

                  Regensburger Sausage with sauerkraut in a pretzel roll $3.75 - Sausage, one of my basic food groups. I like Regensburger sausage, luckly I can get it at my local pork store. I still don't get the thrill about pretzel bread / rolls.

                  Schloss Reinhartshausen Old Vines Riesling $5.00 - Oh that was nice.

                  San Juan, Puerto Rico:
                  Mofungo (green plantain mash with pork cracklings and Shrimp Salsa) $3.75 - Bleah, easly the worst dish I had the whole time. Not like any other mofungo I have seen. All dried, and WAYYYY too much cracklins in it. I mean heck, I like cracklins as much as the next guy, but this was more craklins than plantains.


                  Frozen Mojito $6.50 - Mint from a Scope bottle. Ewwwww


                  Cape Town, South Africa:
                  Bobotie with Mango Chutney $3.00 = I had seconds - enough said


                  Goats du Roam The Godfather Red Blend $3.00 - It's Goats DO Roam, or Cotes Du Rhone. Goats du Roam means Goats of Roam which makes no sense. Yeah, the CM at the booth did not care when I told him either. Anyway. I allway enjoy the Goat's - not as much as the Cotes, but the diffence in bottle prices makes up for the difference in quality. As an aside, the Goats do Roam Shiraz at the Tusker House - now thats what I call a Shiraz


                  Tokyo, Japan:
                  Spicy Tuna Roll $3.50 - Meh, not the best tuna I have had by a long shot, but then they are holding it pre made in a cold box for who knows how long


                  Ozeki Dry Sake $3.00 - Phonedave likes, quite dry, and a bit astringent.


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                  • #10
                    Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

                    I actually wasn't going to look at the menus this year, preferring to just wander and discover. But I'm at work on a boring Saturday, so I went ahead and read the list. Looks like I'll have no trouble filling up at least 3 or 4 meals without repeats. Lots of great choices (and I LOVE that plum wine!!!).

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                    • #11
                      Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

                      May I express what I think should be on the following menus?

                      Buenos Aires, Argentina:
                      Pastel de Choclo (Beef and Corn Casserole) $3.75
                      Grilled Beef with Chimichurri sauce $4.25
                      Bodega Norton Reserva Malbec $4.00
                      Bodega Norton Reserva Cabernet $4.00
                      Bodega Norton Chardonnay $2.50
                      Bodega Norton Torrontes $2.75
                      Dasani Water $2.00
                      Evian Water $3.25


                      /\ /\ Looks good but I would add Empanadas de Pollo or Sandwiches de Miga (crumb sandwiches with ham, cheese, mayo or egg salad and tomatos) instead of the Pastel de Choclo.


                      Bologna, Italy:Baked Ziti $4.50
                      Sausage Pizza $4.50
                      Cream Puff with Mascarpone and Gianduja Chocolate $3.50
                      Placido Chianti $4.00
                      Sartori Pinot Grigio $4.00
                      Tantinel Prosecco $5.00
                      Moretti Beer $5.50
                      Virgin Primavera (strawberry and white peach nectar cocktail) $3.50
                      Acqua Panna $2.00

                      Get rid of the Ziti, Pizza and Cream Puff. Add an Antipasto con Prosciutto di Parma, Sopresatta e Pancetta (cured ham, specially dried sausage, and 'real' bacon.
                      Polenta con ragout di Salsiccia e Provolone ('grits' with ragout of fennel sausage and with melted Provolone cheese). Or Risotto al sapore funghi Porcini e olio di tartuffo (Risotto with Porcini mushrooms and truffle oil).
                      Last but not least, Zuppa di Vongole alla Sambuca (Clams in shell in a Sambuca and butter sauce with diced tomatos and pancetta).

                      For drinks, add Rosa Regale - Banfi and Birra Peroni. Please get rid of Aqua Panna, honestly the worst tasting water I have ever had.
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                      Originally posted by Phonedave
                      Well, if your parents can't teach you, maybe you can learn from a taser.

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                      • #12
                        Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

                        Oh my YUM....
                        here's what looks good to me!!

                        San Francisco, USA
                        Seared Beef Medallion with Cheese Polenta $3.75

                        New Orleans, Louisiana, USA:
                        Praline Bread Pudding with Bourbon Caramel Sauce $2.75


                        Mexico City, Mexico:
                        Chilaquiles (baked tortillas with chicken and cheese) $4.00


                        Lyon, France:
                        Quiche au Fromage de Chevre et poireaux (goat cheese and leek quiche) $4.00


                        Munich, Germany:
                        Spaetzle with Creamy Mushroom Ragout $3.25


                        Cork, Ireland:
                        Potato Leek Soup with a Dubliner Cheese Crisp $2.75

                        Boxty with bacon chips and Kerrygold garlic and fresh herb butter $2.75

                        Irish Cheese Selection (Reserve Irish Cheddar, Dubliner and Ivernia Cheese) with Apple Chutney and Brown Bread $3.25


                        Bologna, Italy:
                        Baked Ziti $4.50

                        Cream Puff with Mascarpone and Gianduja Chocolate $3.50

                        Virgin Primavera (strawberry and white peach nectar cocktail) $3.50


                        Barcelona, Spain
                        Churro with Chocolate Sauce $2.75


                        Krakow, Poland:
                        Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup $2.75

                        Chopin Vodka Raspberry Cocktail $8.25


                        San Juan, Puerto Rico:
                        Frozen Pina Colada $6.50


                        Marrakesh, Morocco:
                        Zambria Sangria $2.95

                        TShanghai, China:
                        Chicken Sha Cha $3.50

                        Mango Fu-Te-Jia Slush with melon liqueur, vodka and rum $7.50


                        Wellington, New Zealand:
                        Kiwi Meringue Tartlet $2.50

                        The Mouse Catch
                        One selection $3.25
                        Duo of Cheese $4.00
                        Trio of Cheese $4.50

                        Asiago Pressato, Italy
                        Manchego, Spain
                        Dorothea, Holland


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                        Mmmmm!! lol

                        What is the mouse catch?
                        Good morning, son
                        In twenty years from now
                        Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
                        And I can tell you 'bout today
                        And how I picked you up and everything changed
                        It was pain
                        Sunny days and rain
                        I knew you'd feel the same things...


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                        • #13
                          Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

                          Originally posted by NeverNeverland View Post
                          What is the mouse catch?
                          The mouse catch is a cheese sampler.

                          I highly recommend the Manchego. The absolute best cheese in the world besides Parmiggiano Reggiano and Sardo Argentino, in my opinion. Manchego with quince jelly is fantastic.
                          sigpic


                          Originally posted by Phonedave
                          Well, if your parents can't teach you, maybe you can learn from a taser.

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                          • #14
                            Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

                            Originally posted by WDW Monorail View Post
                            May I express what I think should be on the following menus?

                            Buenos Aires, Argentina:
                            Pastel de Choclo (Beef and Corn Casserole) $3.75
                            Grilled Beef with Chimichurri sauce $4.25
                            Bodega Norton Reserva Malbec $4.00
                            Bodega Norton Reserva Cabernet $4.00
                            Bodega Norton Chardonnay $2.50
                            Bodega Norton Torrontes $2.75
                            Dasani Water $2.00
                            Evian Water $3.25


                            /\ /\ Looks good but I would add Empanadas de Pollo or Sandwiches de Miga (crumb sandwiches with ham, cheese, mayo or egg salad and tomatos) instead of the Pastel de Choclo.



                            Bologna, Italy:Baked Ziti $4.50
                            Sausage Pizza $4.50
                            Cream Puff with Mascarpone and Gianduja Chocolate $3.50
                            Placido Chianti $4.00
                            Sartori Pinot Grigio $4.00
                            Tantinel Prosecco $5.00
                            Moretti Beer $5.50
                            Virgin Primavera (strawberry and white peach nectar cocktail) $3.50
                            Acqua Panna $2.00

                            Get rid of the Ziti, Pizza and Cream Puff. Add an Antipasto con Prosciutto di Parma, Sopresatta e Pancetta (cured ham, specially dried sausage, and 'real' bacon.
                            Polenta con ragout di Salsiccia e Provolone ('grits' with ragout of fennel sausage and with melted Provolone cheese). Or Risotto al sapore funghi Porcini e olio di tartuffo (Risotto with Porcini mushrooms and truffle oil).
                            Last but not least, Zuppa di Vongole alla Sambuca (Clams in shell in a Sambuca and butter sauce with diced tomatos and pancetta).

                            For drinks, add Rosa Regale - Banfi and Birra Peroni. Please get rid of Aqua Panna, honestly the worst tasting water I have ever had.

                            mmm Your suggestions are quite delicious!

                            Great suggestions everybody, it looks like it's going to be another great year.

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                            • #15
                              Re: It's Sip N Nibble Time! (Food and Wine Festival Menu)

                              Originally posted by WDW Monorail View Post
                              The mouse catch is a cheese sampler.

                              I highly recommend the Manchego. The absolute best cheese in the world besides Parmiggiano Reggiano and Sardo Argentino, in my opinion. Manchego with quince jelly is fantastic.
                              Well, yeah, I got that LOL But is it its own stand? Is it just a mesh of the 3 countries? It just seems out of place, so I was curious.
                              I will have all of the cheeses, of course! I love cheese.
                              Good morning, son
                              In twenty years from now
                              Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
                              And I can tell you 'bout today
                              And how I picked you up and everything changed
                              It was pain
                              Sunny days and rain
                              I knew you'd feel the same things...


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