I also got my picture taken with Anna and Elsa. (Elsa is a friend of mine)
While running I made the decision to become a millionaire and live over near the park. BEAUTIFUL houses over there!!
We had better things to do! We were going to Busch Gardens for lunch!!
It's the Food and Wine Festival!
I had some eating to do!
We got through the gate and were immediately asked if we wanted to see the next showing of London Rocks.
The show is amazing! I already love the music, but there is this amazing projection that adds so much to the show.
|See this? It's all projection|
The Spousal Equivalent took these pictures.
At the end of the show I thanked the tech crew. That job can't be easy with all the moving lighting and projection parts. And who ever thinks to thank the crew?
Then it was off to eat. We started at the new drink place across from the theater: Union Snacks. They have a Freestyle machine y'all. Yes, that was a choir of angels singing. Vanilla Diet Coke for 99 cent refills? Yes please!!!
Then it was off to Ireland. I got lunch at the Ireland Booth:
Bangers with Colcannon Irish sausage with potato cabbage casserole & Guinness® brown sugar gravy ($5, I happen to love this dish and it didn't disappoint)
The SE got Lunch at the Scandinavian Booth:
Smørrebrød Open-faced roast beef sandwich on dark rye bread with horseradish & pickled red onions (I didn't catch the price.He wasn't impressed)
We then went to try the American South West Booth:
Chicken Mole Adobo Southwestern marinated chicken with chili chocolate sauce ($6. Can I have a vat of that sauce? Seriously... it was amazing!)
I got dessert in Belgium:
Huis van Lum Chocolate Wafel House of Lum’s rich, chocolate walnut brownie waffle with berry compote ($4 This was heaven. the waffle was light ans the berries weren't too sweet. Heaven!)
And he got dessert in France:
Tartelette au Citron Lemon tartlet (There were raspberries on this too. I had a bite.... and got whipped cream up my nose... but it was wonderful!)
What I love is that they give you a book to check off what you've tried. I know were going to be going back again and again before this is over at the end of June. The portions are small, and a little pricy, but honestly, where can you get food like this? Each booth has a costumed person there giving directions. We want to get pictures at each booth when we are there next time!
I also have a desire to eat in Canada
- Macaroni & Cheese with Peameal Bacon Creamy mac & cheese with cornmeal-crusted Canadian bacon
- Venison Sausage & Corn Porridge Wood-fired venison sausage & creamy polenta with apple cider & caramelized onions
- Pumpkin Caramel Mousse Crème brûlée-style custard, flavored with pumpkin & caramel
and the Caribbean
(Jamaican Jerk Chicken Jerk-marinated chicken drumsticks with guava barbecue & grilled pineapple salsa)
and have the dessert from the American Southwest.
(Chocolate Lava Cake Fudge brownie cake with molten Ancho-spiced chocolate filling)
I think we also want to do a wine tasting! ($14.95) I haven't done one at the park before!
Do I have pictures of my food? Hell No! I was too busy eating!