The plan for the evening was to snack around world showcase in order here is what we tried:
DD was first up in Australia: Shrimp on the Barbie with Pepper Berry Citrus Glaze $4.50
She liked this but thought it was spicy, DH tried it also and said it was spicy but they like spice so they enjoyed it.
DD then tried shrimp again in China: Black Pepper Shrimp (4) with Sichuan Noodles $4.50
See a theme with her? She gobbled up the shrimp but didn’t like the noodles. I tried the noodles and she was right. The noodles were dry and very little flavor. She said the shrimp was okay but Australia was better.
Next up was CHEESE!!! I love cheese and especially fondue so I of course got Cheese Fondue with Sourdough Bread $3.00. It was soooooo good! I could have eaten another one but knew there were other things I wanted to try.
While I was in the cheese line DH and Papa were in line at Germany for Nuernberger Sausage in a Pretzel Roll $4.50
Both men said the sausage was good but the pretzel roll was not.
Next up was Italy for me Ravioli Di Formaggio all’Emiliana (Baked Cheese Ravioli with Creamy Beef Bolognese Sauce, Parmesan Cheese, and Melted Mozzarella $4.50
This was good and filling but not great as I had hoped.
I followed this up with California Sushi Roll $3.50 in Japan. This was good and came with a nice helping of wasabi which I LOVE! I live in an extremely small town and sushi is not available here so when I can get some I always do and enjoy it.
DH and DS walked by Morocco and had to have what it was they were smelling, turned out to be Kefta Pocket (Ground Seasoned Beef in a Pita Pocket) $5.00. Both of them liked it by DH said it was a little dry and didnt eat much of it. DS had no problem with it but he kept calling it a hamburger.
My mom finally made it to her goal of France and Escargots Persillade en Brioche (Garlic and Parsley Snails in Brioche) $4.95. This was delicious, I tried some. DS did too and loved it! DD wouldn’t come near it. Granny loved it also and if the line had not been so long would have went back for more.
I needed more cheese so I got Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup $3.75
Of course it is the same as served at Le Cellier just much smaller helping.
I finished off my tour (I’m really the only one that sampled more than 1 or 2 things) with the dessert trio offered at the dessert and champagne kiosk. It was okay, the white chocolate macadamia mousse was wonderful but I got one bite of it and DH got the rest. The other two were just okay and I wished I had ordered the mousse in full size instead.
I wish I could have held more as there were so many wonderful smells. The lines were long but moved quickly. I really enjoyed F&W.