Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival 2013 – Day 2: Brazil

Welcome to Day 2 of Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival!  Today, Rick welcomes Bob and Mary Sikon from All In WDW as they sample the offerings from the Brazil Marketplace.

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14 comments on “Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival 2013 – Day 2: Brazil”

  1. David Thacker says:

    2 hard dishes to do. I think I’m going to tag along with ou so I can be your beer guy!!! lol

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  2. Mark V says:

    Great first two days Rick! These videos are helping us map out our plan. Nine more days for us and we will be there! Hope to see you all there!! Man, those stemless wine glasses looked very nice. Found my first souvenir!!

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  3. Andy helps says:

    Another really great review and I can’t wait until next year when I will there sampling the food. Thanks for your hard work RIck keep on tasting for us .

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  4. joão carlos de souza junior says:

    my name is john carlosI am a Brazilian chef I am 48 years old and love watching your videos,
    about the Brazilian dishes presented I would say that avocado with cilantro in this way is not a typical dish of Brazil, looks more like something Colombian, anyway Thanks for sharing all your adventures.

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  5. Bob Sikon says:

    Thanks for giving us the opportunity to join you, Rick! Brazil was outstanding! Can’t wait to see what’s next. -Bob & Mary

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  6. Jeanne Cundiff says:

    Oooo…. throw me that last scallop! That looked and sounded wonderful. Thanks for another great review and I would love to have a pin like Mary’s – just saying.
    Jeanne

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  7. Mary Callahan says:

    YUM and YUM ! Thanks for a delightful way to end my day! Delicious and very entertaining, as usual! Looking forward to tomorrow 🙂 Super job and kept my interest!!!
    Mary

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  8. Bob Nordmark says:

    Hey Rick, Bob, and Mary,
    That was a great critique of the pork belly and scallop. I have never had pork belly. Is it literally what the name says or is it meat that is cooked in pork belly lining. I will have to give it a try sometime. What about dessert in Brazil?

    See you tomorrow.
    Bob

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  9. John Broadwater says:

    thank you for a great shows

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  10. Bob Sikon says:

    Hi, Bob. It is what the name says it is. A cut of meat similar to thick bacon. It is NOT cooked in a belly’s lining. Brazil didn’t have a dessert.

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  11. Bob Sikon says:

    Hi, Bob. It is what the name says it is. A cut of meat similar to thick bacon. It is NOT cooked in a belly’s lining. Brazil didn’t have a dessert.

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  12. Penny Serrato says:

    I am not a fan of black beans so that would be a negative for me right off the bat but scallops YUM YUM. TFS
    Penny

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  13. Phil says:

    Great shows, would love to be there. I used to sell Xingu Black lager for a small distributor (worked as a Craft Beer and Wine Rep. for about 5 years) . It is a Brazilian version of a German Schwarzbier contrary as usual people assume it will be heavy because of the color it is very light bodied and not even 5% abv. It will have a malty chocolate sweetness and mild hop to balance it. I love Food and Wine and my girls (8 & 11) and I love WDW (we used to go every couple months) too but unfortunately economics and being a single Dad have forced us to give up our annual passes for now but my goal is to get us back ASAP. Would love to meet you Leslie and some of your crew some day.

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