Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival Old World Style with Rhino Ken – Episode 94

Stroll around Epcot’s 15th Annual International Food & Wine Festival, as my guest, Rhino Ken and I taste an Old World sampling of wine from Itally, France and Spain on this week’s Travel with Rick with host Rick Howard

Hope you enjoy this week’s video, be sure to leave a comment!

Rick Howard

Right Click and “Save Target As” to Download

Links mentioned on this week’s episode:

11 comments on “Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival Old World Style with Rhino Ken – Episode 94”

  1. Linda Miller says:

    I love the idea of Travel With Rick – Eat Around the World! Sounds like a blast!

    I think this year’s selections at the Food and Wine Festival were excellent. One thing they haven’t had for a couple years is shrimp on the barbie at the Australia kiosk. It is the only thing I can think of that I miss.

    Thanks again for another great episode, Rick and Ken!! Looking forward to next week’s show!

    Linda Miller


  2. Penny Serrato says:

    I love when Rhino Ken is with you, I think that you 2 are sampling a few more wines in between the ones you film for us LOL. I am not sure what all the kiosks are so if they don’t have India I think I would like to try some Indian food.
    Rick you should put together a travel package through KMV for next year. I was thinking a trip for me without the kids would be awesome and I would love to sample the food and wines with you and Ken. Sounds like a great trip.



  3. Peggy Hickey says:

    I never would have imagined I’d love watching two guys eating and drinking around Epcot so much, but I do. I love the added glimpses of people watching in this episode. (Cheers to the guy in the green shirt behind you in Italy!)
    I love how you two get looser and looser as the show goes on. 🙂
    I am not a world traveler so I don’t have a clue what other kiosks should be included, but I sure do want to join you guys next year.
    Oh, and I love the outtake tag at the end. 🙂
    Great show even if it didn’t have any rides.


  4. cathy mullen says:

    Hi Rick,
    Interesting background for your video this time. If I didn’t know better I would have thought the guy in the green shirt was my son because he would have
    done the same thing!

    I have only been to one other country so I would like to see a Netherland
    booth. When I visited that country I tried several Dutch foods including:

    Patat- which look like our french fries and they are served in a paper cone. They have stands all over the Amsterdam selling these delicious fries. They come with various toppings and my favorite was mayonnaise. Really they are so good with this topping. They had an Americano topping too …ketchup.

    Poffertjies- these are their pancakes and they are huge! They are served with powdered sugar and a syrup that was not maple and not very tasty. They have
    Poffertjies Houses all over the place.

    Stroopwafels- these are a wafer type cookie that has a thin layer of syrup,honey,or carmel in between and they melt in your mouth! I bought some at a supermarket but they didn’t make it back home.

    Now one I would not, could not, try is Herring;the true Dutch hold this fish
    by the tail, tilt their head back,and drop the fish right down the hatch!


  5. John Broadwater says:

    I would do american poor man’s delight. two many dishes one is call poor mans surf an turf. this is meat loaf and fish sticks with fries. the other would be a dish i call dad’s delight it has egg and any meat you find in the frig that been left over.Almost like refrigerator stew.
    great show thank again


  6. Rick as always I love the love show and thanks for the little shout out. Hope to see you in the park this holiday season !!!



  7. Kevin Nelson says:

    Great show, I love seeing y’all laid back and just having fun! I would love to sport a Travel with Rick shirt and hit the kiosks, that needs to happen! I like the idea of different USA regions, like here in Mississippi, we could serve fried catfish, yummy! Keep up the great videos, and keep smilin’ Rick and Ken!


  8. Robert Nordmark says:

    Hey Rick and Ken, Another great video. You and Ken seem to have a lot of fun tasting all the food and wine. All the food looks great! If I could set up a Kiosk at the food and wine festival I would choose the food from the Dominican Republic. I have never been there but I new a woman who was from the Domincan Republic and she was the most excelent cook. Everything she made tasted wonderful–Platanos, Aroz con pollo, Pepper stake, Stuffed Bell Peppers, etc.

    Rick, I enjoy all of your videos. I look forward to them every week. It seems like it has been a long time since you have done any videos of the rides in the theme parks. I think it would be a nice change to see some videos of the theme park rides mixed in with the restaurant reviews (which I really like) and the Disney Cruise Line and Adventures by Disney ( which I also really like). Are you going to Disneyland in the near future? How about doing a video of Indiana Jones and the Temple Of The Forbidden Eye? That is one of my favorite rides at Disneyland.

    Thanks again for all of your videos Rick. They always give me something to look forward to and to hope for.



  9. Debbie Bolen says:

    As always – a great video! I really wish I was there, but you gave me my little escape for 30 minutes. The food looks incredible!
    I remember several years back – Australia had oysters on the half shell with hot sauce & cheese – YUM! I think I spent most of the time there! I’m hoping they will have them again, maybe next year!
    If I had a kiosk – I would serve some favorite things from all the different restaurants around WDW – they had a kiosk like that years ago, but haven’t seen it in the more recent trips. I also miss the cards with the recipes @ each stop – I still use some of mine I collected from way-back-when.
    Hoping to make it next year to the Food & Wine – if I do, I’ll watch for you. I don’t have a Travel with Rick t-shirt, but I did make one with the world on it, that says “I drank my way around the world” with all the years I attended the festival.
    Keep up the great work – I really enjoy the restaurants, the cruise line and Adventures by Disney, but it has been awhile since you’ve done some rides – maybe in the future.


  10. Really enjoyed the video. We are looking forward to attending the next one.


  11. Really enjoyed the video. We are looking forward to attending the Food & Wine event.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *