|Three Kings Bread|
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In Germany, at a booth called Prost!, you'll find an artisan cheese plate or sauerbraten with red cabbage and spatzle. Drinks such as gluwein (a traditional hot spiced wine), Williams Punch (served hot), a Caramel Kiss featuring Werther's Caramel, and assorted alcoholic ciders will be available.
|Slow-roasted Turkey and all the fixins|
The Alpine Haus, located between Morocco and France, features duck confit, dumplings and roasted Brussels sprouts with a fig reduction. And for cheese lovers, there's a cheese fondue in a bread bowl with steamed veggies. For dessert, try the sachertorte, a chocolate cake with apricot jam and dark chocolate glaze. Drinks include a Frozen Winter Spice Hot Chocolate featuring Twinings of London Tea (in both an alcoholic and non-alcoholic version), Weingut Stadt Krems Gruner Vetliner White Wine and Heinrich Red Blend.
|Chocolate Pecan Tart|
At the Feast of the Three Kings, also near World Showcase Plaza, look for a shredded beef tamales with avocado cream, or roasted pork with mashed yucca and pickled green bananas. For dessert, try the Three Kings Bread. Drinks include a Coquito (coconut milk) and Coquito with a rum floater.
|Shredded Beef Tamales|
- Mickey Santa Hat cupcakes at Fountain View restaurant
- Chocolate honey baklava in Morocco
- Panettone (traditional Christmas cake) in Italy
- Gingerbread ice cram and Buche de Noel au chocolat (traditional Yule log cake) in France
- Pai Cha (Beijing-style fried dough twist with sesame) in China
- Guava tamales in Mexico
There's quite a lot of holiday cheer to be had at EPCOT's Holidays Around the World. What ate you most looking forward to trying?