Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival 2013 – Day 7: China
Rick welcomes Marc Bigbie to the China Marketplace at Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival
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Kung Fu punch that sounds good. Still saying no to the steamed bun. Aw no lady and the tramp with the noddles. lol. At least you took two bad sips of the beer. Taking one for the team
The Shrimp and Noodles looked great!! That would have been my pick at China. Thanks for another great tasting – I love Chinese food!!!! Sorry Leslie!
Thanks Rick and Marc ( and John!)
October 9th, 2013 at 1:43 pm
The shrimp and noodles were AMAZING! Thanks for the shout out Jeanne!!
Love Marc’s southern accent just a hint. Good comments on the food. The food did look more like American Chinese than traditional Chinese but I like both so I would enjoy it. TFS Penny
PS Love Ricks shutter when he tasted the beer….
Marc B Reply:
October 14th, 2013 at 10:44 am
Thanks! I’m a Georgia boy born and bred 😉
Oh hey! Love the Superman shirt!!! Love all the food choices. Can’t you guys fly me out on a surprise vacation??? I can get the time off!!! yummmm. Can’t wait till tomorrow’s yummy episode!!!
Hey Rick and Marc,
The food looks good. Sure wish I could be there and try it. What really caught my attention was the back drop behind you-the lake, greenery on the sides of the lake, blue skies and sunny weather. It made me wish I could go to Disney World, sit back, and relax.
See you tomorrow,
Thanks everyone. The food was all good in China. Who doesn’t love Chinese! The potstickers were the best I’ve had there in recent years, it’s a great Food and Wine “comfort food.”
I didn’t realize at the time that I didn’t rate the dessert, we should have eaten it first, it was pretty hot that day, even for October. It’s flavor was good but it was soup by the time I got to it, I’d probably rate it a 3.5-4 if it were solid, just on the flavor alone. Rookie mistake, but watch for more of me soon, and maybe next year (please Rick) 😉