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Rain Blanken

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Rain Blanken is the frying pan-wielding managing editor for WDW Magazine. She is a published author who has been working in digital media for 15 years. She is a DVC Member, WDW Annual Pass holder, former Disney Vacation Planner, and would live inside Boma if they would just stop checking under the tables at night. Chat with Rain on Instagram

PREVIEW: EPCOT’s Festival of the Holidays is Coming!

Rain BlankenBlog, Food

Festival of the Holidays Entertainment

The EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival is over, but don’t worry… those tasting booths are coming back. The EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays starts soon, running from November 29th to December 30th, 2019. Here is everything we tasted, heard, and saw at the media preview! Update: We went to the Fest and I’m taking … Read More

Thanksgiving at Disney World 2020 -Where to Eat

Rain BlankenBlog, Food, News

Thanksgiving at Disney World 2019

Find out where to eat Thanksgiving Dinner at Disney World in 2020. On vacation at Walt Disney World during Thanksgiving week? You don’t have to sacrifice your traditional Thanksgiving dinner. While the Disney World parks have not yet announced special events for Thanksgiving, we do know of a few restaurants on property that typically offer … Read More

Christmas at Animal Kingdom is Oh-So-Merry

Rain BlankenAnimal Kingdom, Blog

Christmas at Animal Kingdom

This year, Christmas at Animal Kingdom has been turned up a few notches.  In the past, Animal Kingdom has shied away from the holiday spirit because there is such an important message of conservation here to preserve. But this year they’ve found a way to beautifully represent a celebration of the holidays by different cultures … Read More

Our Top 4 Vegetarian Dishes at EPCOT Food and Wine

Rain BlankenBlog, EPCOT, Food

cottage pie earth eats epcot food and wine festival

For vegetarians, a food festival can feel limiting. Unless you’re at EPCOT. With so many vegetarian options available at the 2019 EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival, plant-eaters will have more than enough to try. Here are our favorite picks for vegetarian dishes at the fest. 1. Impossible Cottage Pie Earth Eats, $5.00 New this … Read More