Our first stop was the Intermissions Café (located in the Festival Center) where we enjoyed: Caprese Push-Pops Fruit & Cheese Plate Hurricane Class 5 White Sangria SweetWater Blue (blueberry wine) At around, $6.50, we thought the fruit and cheese plate a good value based on size, even if a bit unimaginative. At only $1.00, the Caprese push-pop (tomato, basil, mozzarella and balsamic) was fun and fresh. Be forewarned...it's quite small, but for a dollar, what do you expect? We enjoyed two of these, each. The Class 5 Hurricane Sangria has become one of my favorites at the seasonal kiosks, the blueberry wine was a bit sweet for my tastes, at least for more than a glass. Next stop, Buttercup Cottage, where we had: Field Greens with Plant City Strawberries, Toasted Almonds, and Farmstead Stilton Pork and Apple Sausage Roll with house-made Piccalilli Fresh Baked Lemon Scones with Berry Preserves and Creme Fraiche Iron Horse Fairy Tale Cuvee The scones (at $3.25) and the field greens (at $3.50) were among two of my favorite items. The greens were prepared as they were ordered, so they were fresh rather than soggy and had a REALLY lovely summer/spring flavor. The scones were just fantastic, in my opinion, though Jon said he didn't particularly care for them. The sausage apple roll was....well...meh. It was a bit lacking in flavor. Fleur de Lys (France) Confit de Canard, Pommes de Terre Sarladaise or, pulled duck confit with garlic and parsley potatoes. La Vie en Rose Frozen Slush (Vodka, Grey Goose Orange, St. Germain Liquor, White and Red Cranberry Juice) At $5.50, the duck seemed a bit pricey (based on size) and a tad on the greasy side. Though it had a good enough flavor, for me, the nicest part of this dish was the potatoes - sliced thin and baked until nice and crispy. Delicious! The slush was LOVELY (as you would expect) and I would be thrilled to see it added to the permanent slush menu in France. It was a bit on the sweet side, but not intolerably so. Cost for the slush was $9.75, but it was a full size drink. On to the SmokeHouse! Pulled Pig Slider w/ Cole Slaw ($5.75) Smoked Beef Brisket w/ Collard Greens & Jalapeno Cornbread ($6.75) Smoked Turkey Rib ($4.75) Piggylicious Bacon Cupcake w/ Maple Frosting and Pretzel Crunch ($3.50) Oh my. This was by far our favorite kiosk, and unfortunately, it was also our undoing - we couldn't eat another bite after we finished! The brisket was our unanimous favorite - tender, flavorful with two great accompaniments (collard greens and jalapeno cornbread). The rib (think small turkey leg, but WAY easier to eat...none of those weird tendons, it was sort of a cross between a rib and a drumstick) was really good as well. The slider was good, but I would have preferred a different sort of roll. The cupcake. Very fun and creative! Yes, it was good...but only for about two bites, then it became painfully sweet. Our recommendation? Share it between 2-3 friends - you'll only want a small bite. Items we missed but would have circled back to try if we'd had another day: Florida Fresh: Watermelon Salad Shrimp and Stone-Ground Grits Jardin de Fiestas Taco al Pastor Quesadilla Urban Farm Eats Pickled Beet Salad Ghost Pepper Dusted Tilapia We toured from around 11am until around 3pm and spent just around $100. OOOH! I picked up my wearable gift card - I chose Minnie! These (for whatever reason) seemed much more comfortable to wear than in previous years.