Disney Announces “Walk of Colorful Cuisine” For the Taste of EPCOT Festival of the Arts

Starting on January 8th and running through February 22nd, EPCOT will be hosting the “Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts.” As part of this festival Disney has unveiled a new stamp collection adventure. Like we see with the Holiday Cookie Stroll, Disney is offering a stamp collection for different colors of cuisine called the “Walk of Colorful Cuisine.”

Here’s how it works!

Guests will use their Festival Passport to look for specially marked menu items to participate. After you purchase and item you will get a stamp. When you purchase 5 of the noted food items  you will “receive a technicolor treat during this delectable experience.”

Featured foods on the Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine:

  • Red: Remy’s Ratatouille with Eggplant, Zucchini, Yellow Squash, Tomatoes, and Red Pepper Piperade — located at Festival Favorites

  • Blue: Blue Corn Pupusa stuffed with Cheese and topped with Shredded Pork, Guajillo and Árbol Chile Sauce, Cabbage Slaw, and Aji Amarillo Crema – located at Vibrante & Vívido Food Studio.

  • Green: Pistachio Cake with Cherry Mousse and Morello Cherries — located at The Painter’s Palate

  • Pink: Vanilla, Rose Water, and Pistachio Panna Cotta — located at Masterpiece Kitchen

  • Orange: Mouskoutchou: Orange Cake with Cinnamon-Orange Chocolate Mousse — located at Mosaic Canteen”

By completing the stops listed above you will receive your reward of The Artist Palette Cookie’

This activity is open to all ages and you don’t have to do it all at once. You can bring your passport back and complete it “at your leisure.”

Being an art teacher I love the idea of collecting “vibrant food colors.” But I’m biased.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Walt Disney World


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