should technically be done with this #31days exercise. But alas and alack-I’ve now consumed the 31st meal and am just sitting down to write 30. Can’t do it all and can’t worry about it either. I used to get fairly worked up about being ‘behind’ on the blog. Behind in whose eyes? Only mine and when I get to that point I realize, hey-I’m just where I am. Not behind or beholden. A blogging friend also wrote about the same idea here. Everything on here was originally just for me-to see if I could/would do it. #31days has been an exercise in roughly that same thing. Is anyone interested in seeing what we consume? Are there any recipes I should share with the world? So, on to dinner. Last night we took what was probably one last stroll through 2013 Epcot Food & Wine Festival. It was a mediumly less hot evening and it was nice to go along without the beating sun. I think the food actually benefits from not being in the searing sunlight too. I tried a few last dishes that I hadn’t had on earlier visits this year including a really nice trout dish. Pan roasted trout (skin on) with minus 8 maple syrup vinaigrette with frisee. The fish was really moist (yeah, I said moist). We tried a lot of other tasty morsels throughout the night as well. Noteably for the price were two Dole pineapple fritters-super hot slices of pineapple fried and dusted with powdered sugar for only $2. We also tried the ‘Apf Struooodel’ (Apple studel to you laymen) which was covered in Werthers caramel. Ah, caramel. We have a weakness for it. I bought a fun Christmas ornament in Germany-a fun brat with mustard on a bun. Sounds lame but is super fun-blown glass vintage looking awesomeness. My boss said the other day, at least you have a theme… (food she meant) and it’s true-we manage to stick to it most of the time. Our whole tree isn’t covered in food or anything but there are a few fruits and assorted meat products.