We started with two beers (Abita Purple Haze and Leinenkugal Berry Weiss) then moved on to Brazil for Mahi Mahi and Bean and Pork Stew–both great, subtle with spice, allowing you to taste the food. That was not true at the Caribbean booth where the Ropa Vieja was like a salt like. The Jerk Chicken did not disappoint however!
Jake claims he is not going to eat all the food in his path, so we skipped a few to stop in South Africa for Shiraz and Beef Tenderloin with Sweet Potatoes. This was one of our favorites last year and did not disappoint–I’m amazed that they can cook tons of this beef and have it all be tender and flavorful and paired well with a wine!