Friday, March 29, 2019

KARAKARE CURL to open at SeaWorld Aquatica

SeaWorld Aquatica announced the opening date for its new KAREKARE CURL.

For the second year, SeaWorld Aquatica launches a new attraction. After the hugely successful Ray Rush in 2018, this year's new attraction looks to be as exciting.

Set to open on April 12, the KAREKARE CURL is described as a "curve shaped wave." Riders will feel like they are climbing a vertical wave wall. Riders are said to experience weightless on this high-adrenaline adventure.

SeaWorld Aquatica offers 47 slides, rivers and lagoons and 84,000 square feet of sparkling white, sandy beaches. It has been voted America’s Best Water Park by USA Today 10 Best Readers Choice Poll in 2018.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Have you had Epcot’s massive cotton

Daily update March 17, 2019
Lotus Blossom cotton candy is Disney's newest most Instgrammable food. Is this Epcot sweet treat worth the money and wait? Have you seen Lotus ...
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As elite marathon runner, Brogan Austin looks ahead to the 2020 Olympic Marathon Team, he spoke to FoodSided about his nutrition and love of ...
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Buddy vs. Duff episode 2 looks to be another over the top baking battle? Which master pastry chef will find the perfect balance of detail and drama?
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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Mardi Gras celebrations: Let the good times roll!

Every year, starting in February, Mardi Gras celebrations start. While parades, throwing beads and concerts are fun parts of the celebrations, food is a huge part of all the events. From Universal’s annual celebration to themed food that you can make at home, Mardi Gras needs to be celebrated.

Here is suggested reading about Mardi Gras food.

Voodoo Doughnut Orlando celebrates Mardi Gras with its take on a beignet

Ready for a Bayou Boil? Universal Orlando Mardi Gras celebration just got better

Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras event, a taste of authentic New Orleans food

5 classic Mardi Gras foods that you must eat