The 2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival kicks off at Walt Disney World on September 30, offering 45 days of cuisine, culture and entertainment from six continents, with more than 25 international marketplaces featuring tapas-sized portions of food paired with beer, wine and other cocktails.
In its 16th year, the festival will bring back many fan favorites from years past as well as offering a few new dishes, such as Kalua pork sliders from Hawaii and jerk-spiced chicken with mango salsa from the Caribbean. While eating and drinking around the World Showcase is a blast, the event only lasts through Nov. 13 - but the cravings don’t end there. So for the would-be chefs out there inspired by the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, Disney has released a series of 7 instructional videos, showing how to make some of the event’s most popular foods along with a flavorful drink.
Video: How to make Chinese Pot Stickers
Video: How to make Australian Grilled Lamb Chops
Video: How to make German Apple Strudel
Video: How to make Jamaican Jerk Chicken
Video: How to make Japanese California Sushi Roll
Video: How to make Mexican Shrimp Tacos
Video: How to make Polish Strawberry Martini
You can browse the many kiosks serving food and drinks at the International Food and Wine Festival with admission to Epcot, but tasting costs a few dollars per plate or glass. It all starts this year on September 30, 2011.