Most travelers to Orlando are familiar pork tenderloin apple glaze one additional thing (besides the talking mouse and duck!) for which the city is famous. Dinner shows and Orlando go hand in hand and there are many of them available no matter where your taste in entertainment lies. I will name a few of the more well known, but research for others if your perfect match is not found in this list.
Mofongo ($4.00) is a favorite treat consisting of fried green plantains (or sometimes yams), garlic, oil, and bits of chicharrones (fried pork slow cooker cracklings), which are mashed together into a ball. It can be eaten plain, with your dish, or with soups and stews. It's very garlicky, so be forewarned (or in the case of garlic-lovers - rejoice).
If you want roast pork to give your decoration a modern outlook you can draw an outline on the pumpkin and carve it out in the respective shape. A stencil and a transfer tool can do the job for you. The life span of a pumpkin can vary from a day to week. You can add more creativity by coloring the pumpkin or monogramming it.
After you get there, you can ask anyone and they would tell you where this restaurant is. It only takes about two minutes to walk from the university pork fillet to the restaurant.
About as far away from apple as it gets, a Boomerang Pie is stuffed with meat; this particular pie featured cubed steak meat and potatoes slathered in a gravy made with Guinness Stout (yes, the beer), then encased in dough and deep fried until flaky on the outside. Interesting dish, and very filling, but I can't help but think this thing is a caloric nightmare. It seems like the type of food one eats when intoxicated- which, to be fair, probably described 90% of the festival. As I went as a writer, however, I didn't indulge in drink, so...
When the meat is fully cooked, I take it out of the Dutch oven and let it stand for at least 5 minutes. This will help keep the pork's normal moisture in. If they're cut too quickly, the moisture isn't sealed, and the end result is a dry piece of meat. But, you will notice when taking the meat out, voila...gravy is already made!
Wines will be available to purchase online in advance or on the evening of the event. This event will feature beers of Sierra Nevada Brewery to pair with your meal. The German Feast is $65 plus tax for adults (ages 13 and over). Click here or call 888-ARAPAHOE for an itinerary and other culinary events at A-Basin.