Epcot Parades & Shows & Special Events




Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival (2014)

30 million blooms blanket the park throughout the festival, which runs 75 colorful days.

11 Outdoor Kitchens featuring sweet and savory food and beverage menu items, and more than one dozen brand-new menu items add tasting fun and variety to the festival. Each marketplace will feature a produce and herb garden to represent more than 50 overall beverage choices and more than 40 food items featured.

99 topiaries throughout the park, 79 of them are character topiaries

15 varieties of flowers, plants, and other garden materials are used to create the topiaries

1/3 acre is the size of the Mike & Sulley’s Monstrous Garden, a themed playground for children with innovative play systems, is one of the largest festival gardens created. A collection of large, leafy plants including elephant ears, rubber plants, sea grapes, fiddle leaf fig, banana plants and colorful bromeliads and hibiscus create the garden’s “monstrous” ambiance.

4,300 pounds is the weight of Sulley topiary is one of Disney’s largest, . About 4,000 small plants fill his 13-foot frame.

2 new topiary stars this year are Kermit and Miss Piggy! Dozens of additional character topiaries represent the largest collection of Disney character topiary in the world and include Timon and Pumbaa, Cinderella, Belle and Beast, and Phineas and Ferb.

25 different plants, grasses and mosses of various colors, including pink and red begonias, dusty miller, palm fiber, palm seeds, ficus and lichen, are used to create and define facial and other features of festival character topiaries.

1,000 native butterflies represent up to 10 species at the expansive Tinker Bell’s Butterfly House. Among the garden’s two dozen nectar plants are Cape Royal plumbago, passion flower, coral honeysuckle, blazing star, butterfly bush, scarlet milkweed and canna lily.

240 extra playground hours add extra festival magic for children and their families with the illuminated garden playgrounds staying open through park closing.

500,000 plants, trees and shrubs are planted for the festival; 250,000 of those are annual blossoms installed for the festival.

60 different species of trees, 47 types of palms, and 48 varieties of bedding plants. are used at the festival

150 hands-on gardening demonstrations and seminars will be presented.

30 “flower towers” of several varieties of blooms and plants line Innoventions Plaza.

225 floating mini-gardens, each three feet in diameter, of multi-hued impatiens provide splashes of color on two ponds that border the walkway between Future World and World Showcase.

700 container gardens of flowers, herbs, plants and vegetables in clay pots, barrels and urns enhance the landscape throughout Epcot.

400 Walt Disney World horticulturists are needed to install the festival landscape, topiaries and many exhibits; 100 Epcot horticulturists maintain topiaries and other festival displays.

1 full year and about 24,000 cast member hours to prepare for the annual festival.

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival (2013)

300 national and international wines

46 days long, the festival began in 1996 with a first run of 30 days

220 food-and-beverage menu items, each tapas-sized portion or drink priced $3-$8

100-plus celebrity chefs and 160 Walt Disney World chefs

300 wine and beer seminars take place during the 46-day festival

1,200 fireworks exploding each night over World Showcase Lagoon in “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth”

138 Eat to the Beat! concerts performed; 6 bands appearing for the first time at this year’s festival

910,000 cranberries or more than 3,000 pounds of the sweet-tart fruit will be used during the festival

1.5 million sumptuous samplings throughout the festival

300,000 wine servings — if laid end-to-end the number of wine glasses used would reach from Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista to the Disney Cruise Line terminal at Port Canaveral, Fla.

360,000 beer servings, enough to fill the aquariums 5 times over at Rainforest Café at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

100,000 dessert servings including the dessert trio of Cherry Pistachio Mousse, Orange Cupcake and Hazelnut Cheesecake. More than 500 pounds of watermelon is expected to be tasted at the “3D” Disney’s Dessert Discovery parties

80,000 servings dished up of the most popular savory item at the 2012 international marketplaces: the “Le Cellier” Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with Truffle Butter Sauce from Canada

IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth

1988 was the year IllumiNations first debuted.

1997 was the first time IllumiNations was revised.

1999 was the 2nd time Illuminations was revised.

15 minutes is the total length of the show.

2,800 fireworks are used in IllumiNations.

750 mortar tubes are used in the Illuminations show.

56 firing modules are needed to fire the fireworks for Illuminations.

34 firing positions are used all around the lagoon to shoot fireworks during Illuminations.

1,000 computer-timed fireworks are in the illuminations show.

2,800 firework shells are used each night for the Illuminations show, more than 2 times the number used in previous productions.

350,000 pounds is the gross weight of the globe used in the Illuminations show.

20 million ping-pong balls can be held in the Earth Globe that is used in IllumiNations.

15,000 LEDs are used on the outer shell of the Earth Globe, it is also the world's first spherical video display system.

4 floating barges are also used to fire fireworks from during the Illuminations.

4 fountain barges are used to create the water fountains for Illuminations.

40 feet is how high the fountains can shoot the water for Illuminations.

28 foot diameter globe is used to as part of illuminations.

3 story video screens projecting vivid pictorial images that celebrate both human diversity and the unified spirit of human-kind comes out of the globe.

300 images can be displayed on the globe for Illuminations.

6 computers are on the Globe barge to run the Globe show features in Illuminations.

67 computers operate the IllumiNations show.

40 locations around the lagoon house the 67 computers that are used to operate the Illuminations: Reflections of Earth show.

30% more fireworks are used in this show than in any other previous show at Epcot.

350 tons is the weight of the Globe barge.

180,000 light-emitting diodes are on the Globe.

258 strobe lights are also on the Globe to add to the lighting effects in Illuminations.

1 year was needed to construct the Globe for the Illuminations show.

175 tons is the gross weight of the Globe in Illuminations.

2 days were needed to move the Globe from its construction location to the lagoon in Epcot.

4 ton crane was needed to move the Globe into position on the lagoon during construction.

37 propane nozzles are used on the “inferno” barge.

0.5 miles of propane piping is used on the inferno barge for the fire effects.

150,000 pounds is the weight of the inferno barge.

26,000 feet of lights outline the World Showcase pavilions, that is nearly 5 miles of lights.

1 pavilion does not participate in the show and that is Morocco.

26,000 feet of lights outline the Epcot World Showcase pavilions -- a string long enough to stretch across the Golden Gate Bridge more than 6 times.

4 fountain barges are pumping 5,000 gallons of water per minute.

13 special-effects projectors were used in the first version of Illuminations.

11 searchlights were used in the first version of Illuminations.

12 wire/mesh grids were used in the first version of Illuminations.

180 nozzles which created the fountains were used in the first version of Illuminations.

783 fireworks pieces were used in the first version of Illuminations.

550 theatrical lights were used in the first version of Illuminations.

3 different versions of Illuminations have been used since it started in 1988.

Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival (2013)

30 million blooms blanket the park throughout the festival, which runs 75 colorful days.

12 brand-new garden marketplaces surround the World Showcase Lagoon offering festival taste treats ranging from shrimp and grits with fresh Florida veggies to barbecue and brew. Each marketplace will feature a produce and herb garden to represent the more than 50 marketplace beverage choices and more than 30 food items featured at the marketplaces.

6 topiaries – Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Pluto and Goofy –and more than 15 varieties of flowers, plants, and other garden materials.

160 feet long is the The Land of Oz garden’s own “yellow brick road” and includes 40 feet of “yellow brick” decal

40 feet of ForeverLawn yellow turf and an 80-foot-long floral path is planted at The Land of Oz garden

1,200 yellow viola plants were planeted at The Land of Oz garden

25 different plants, grasses and mosses of various colors, including pink and red begonias, dusty miller, palm fiber, palm seeds, ficus and lichen, are used to create and define features of additional festival topiaries.

1,000 native butterflies represent up to 10 species at the expansive Tinker Bell’s Butterfly House. Among the garden’s two dozen nectar plants are Cape Royal plumbago, passion flower, coral honeysuckle, blazing star, butterfly bush, scarlet milkweed and canna lily.

500,000 plants, trees and shrubs are planted for the festival; 250,000 of those are annual blossoms installed for the festival.

60 different species of trees are used at the festival

47 types of palms are used at the festival

48 varieties of bedding plants are used at the festival

150 hands-on gardening demonstrations and seminars will be presented.

30 “flower towers” of of several varieties of blooms and plants line Innoventions Plaza.

225 floating mini-gardens, each three feet in diameter, of multi-hued impatiens provide splashes of color on two ponds that border the walkway between Future World
and World Showcase.
700 container gardens of flowers, herbs, plants and vegetables in clay pots, barrels and urns enhance the landscape throughout Epcot.

400 Walt Disney World horticulturists are needed to install the festival landscape, topiaries and many exhibits; 100 Epcot horticulturists maintain topiaries and other
festival displays.

1 full year and about 24,000 cast member hours to prepare for the annual festival.

11 artists and groups known for their Top 40 hits will play at the festival over the 75 days

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival (2012)

300 national and international wines will be at the Festival

46 days long is festival which is the longest to date

76 kinds of international foods, each appetizer-sized portion priced $3-$8 will be served

160 of America’s most celebrated chefs and Walt Disney World chefs will be at the festival

300 wine and beer seminars can be taken at the destival

138 Eat to the Beat concerts performed

33,000 bottles of wine and champagne will be consumed

1.5 million sumptuous samplings throughout the festival; 600 items tasted during VIP Chef Tours

300,000 wine servings will be consumed

360,000 servings of beer will be consumed

100,000 desserts including Yogurt Panna Cotta with Orange Cake, Raspberries and Pomegranate; Lemon Custard Verrine with Blueberry Compote; and Dark
Chocolate Mousse with Chili and Salted Caramel (Desserts & Champagne marketplace). More than 500 pounds of watermelon to be tasted at the 3D Disney’s Dessert
Discovery parties.

5,000 pounds of lobster for Linda Bean’s Perfect Maine Lobster Rolls and Linda Bean’s Lobster Claw Cuddlers at the Hops & Barley marketplace plus Lobster and Scallop Fisherman’s Pie at the Ireland marketplace

Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival (2012)

30 million Blooms will be planted

240 floating mini-gardens, each 3 feet in diameter, of multi-hued impatiens provide splashes of color on 2 ponds that border the walkway between Future World and
World Showcase.

500,000 plants, trees and shrubs are planted for the festival

700 container gardens of flowers, herbs, plants and vegetables in clay pots, barrels and urns enhance the landscape throughout Epcot

250,000 of those are annual blossoms installed for the festival

60 different species of trees are used

47 types of palms are used in the festival

48 varieties of bedding plants are used throughout the festival

30 “flower towers” of impatiens and sweeping beds of original floral designs create a new tapestry of brilliant color across the 260-acre Epcot landscape.

1 year of planning is needed to prepare for the Flower & Garden Festival

24,000 cast member hours are needed to prepare for the annual festival

400 Walt Disney World horticulturists are needed to plan and prepare for the 75-day festival

100 Epcot horticulturists maintain topiaries and other festival displays

8 foot-tall floral Sorcerer Mickey topiary holds court in a scene from the classic Disney film, “Fantasia,” in front of the park’s iconic Spaceship Earth during the 19th Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival

12-foot-tall floral mountain cliff, where Sorcerer Mickey directs a riot of color in the manicured shapes of dancing broomsticks, buckets, ostriches, mushrooms, hippos, alligators and elephants straight from the Disney film Fantasia

1,000 brilliantly hued butterflies can be found at the festival this year

10 species of butterflies are used at the expansive Bambi’s Butterfly House.

28 Topiaries are used in the front entrance more than has ever been used before and they include Sorcerer Mickey, 3 ostriches, 2 hippos, 2 alligators, 2 elephants, 9 stars, 1 spiral and 8 mushrooms

22,615 plant plugs of 15 plant varieties make up the Fantasia front-entrance topiary

4,000 Blushing Bride air plants from Guatemala color the two hippos’ tutus

300 Cotton Candy air plants from Peru feather the wings and tails of the 3 ostrich topiaries

1,250 feet of quarter-inch irrigation tubing is woven into the Fantasia front-entrance topiaries

25 different plants, grasses and mosses of various colors, including pink and red begonias, dusty miller, palm fiber, palm seeds, ficus and lichen, are used to create and define features of additional festival topiaries

2 dozen nectar plants are Cape Royal plumbago, passion flower, coral honeysuckle, blazing star, butterfly bush, scarlet milkweed and canna lily

150 hands-on gardening demonstrations and seminars will be presented

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival (2011)

300 national and international wines

45 fabulous days long

76 kinds of international foods, each appetizer-sized portion priced $3-$8

160 of America’s most celebrated chefs and Walt Disney World chefs

300 wine and beer seminars

1,200 fireworks rockets exploding each night over World Showcase Lagoon in “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth” grand finale to the festival

135 Eat to the Beat! concerts performed

33,000 bottles of wine and champagne

289,000 servings of beer

900,000 sumptuous samplings

338,000 wine glasses

100,000 desserts including freshly baked waffles with berry compote and whipped cream (Belgium marketplace), white chocolate macadamia mousse with dark
chocolate pearls (Desserts & Champagne marketplace) and chocolate cannoli (Italy marketplace).

4,000 pounds of lobster for Linda Bean’s Perfect Maine Lobster Rolls and Linda Bean’s Lobster Claw Cuddlers at the Hops & Barley marketplace plus Lobster and Scallop Fisherman’s Pie at the Ireland marketplace.

1,500 pounds of cranberries were in the Oceansparay cranberry bog

Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival (2011)

30 blooms will be used in the International Flower and Garden Festival

500,000 plants will be used in the International Flower and Garden Festival

12's of Disney character topiaries will be used in the International Flower and Garden Festival

1,000 butterflies can be sen at the will be used in the International Flower and Garden Festival

30 million blooms blanket the park throughout the festival, which runs 75 colorful days.

12's of Disney character topiaries represent the largest collection of Disney character topiary in the world and include classic film stars like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Cinderella and Tinker Bell.

1,000 native butterflies represent up to 10 species at the larger-than-ever Bambi Butterfly House. Among the garden's two dozen nectar plants are Cape Royal plumbago, passion flower, coral honeysuckle, blazing star, butterfly bush, scarlet milkweed and canna lily.

500,000 plants, trees and shrubs are planted for the festival; 250,000 of those are annual blossoms installed for the festival.

60 different species of trees will be used in the International Flower and Garden Festival

47 types of palms will be used in the International Flower and Garden Festival

48 varieties of bedding plants will be used in the International Flower and Garden Festival

25 different plants, grasses and mosses of various colors, including pink and red begonias, dusty miller, palm fiber, palm seeds, ficus and lichen, are used to create and define features of the festival topiaries. More color has been added to the topiaries than in any previous topiary presentation.

15 floral, herbal and spice ingredients of 8 popular perfumes are revealed in the Fragrance Garden presented by Guerlain at the France pavilion. Guests can sniff the enduring fragrance Shalimar to discover botanical notes that include lemon, Arabian jasmine and vanilla. Some components of the other Guerlain fragrances include mimosa, magnolia, rose, nutmeg and vetivergrass.

198 hands-on gardening demonstrations and seminars will be presented.

30 "flower towers" of impatiens line Innoventions Plaza.

240 floating mini-gardens, each three feet in diameter, of multi-hued impatiens provide splashes of color on two ponds that border the walkway between Future World and World Showcase.

700 container gardens of flowers, herbs, plants and vegetables in clay pots, barrels and urns enhance the landscape throughout Epcot.

400 Walt Disney World horticulturists are needed to install the festival landscape, topiaries and many exhibits; 100 Epcot horticulturists maintain topiaries and other festival displays.

1 full year and about 24,000 cast member hours are required to prepare for the annual festival.

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival (2010)

300 national and international wines

45 fabulous days long

75 kinds of international foods, each appetizer-sized portion priced $3-$8

270 chefs including America’s most celebrated culinarians and Walt Disney World chefs

405 wine and beer seminars

1,200 fireworks rockets exploding each night over World Showcase Lagoon in “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth” grand finale to the festival

135 Eat to the Beat! concerts performed

33,000 bottles of wine and champagne

690,000 sumptuous samplings

1.2 million hors d’oeuvre plates

2.1 million Vanity Fair napkins

750,000 beer cups

600,000 forks

338,000 wine glasses

100,000 desserts including freshly baked waffles with berry compote and whipped cream (Belgium marketplace), pear streusel pudding cake (Desserts & Champagne marketplace) and chocolate cannoli (Italy marketplace)

3,000 gallons of soup, including best-selling cheddar cheese soup (Canada marketplace), chicken soup with rice (Puerto Rico marketplace) and bison chili with wild mushrooms (United States marketplace)

Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival (2010)

Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival (2010)

75 days is how long the festival will run this year, making it the longest running garden Festival in the USA

30 million blooms dress the park throughout the festival

500 million plants will be at the International Flower & Garden Festival

60 tons of topiaries will be used at the International Flower & Garden Festival

100 topiaries will be used at the International Flower & Garden Festival

75 Disney character topiaries will be displayed this year including; Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Cinderella and Tinker Bell.

65 tons of Disney character topiaries were used in this years show

15 different movies were represented by this years Disney
character topiaries.

14 feet tall Goofy will be the tallest character topiary ever created by Disney Horticulture for this years show

500,000 plants, trees and shrubs are planted for the festival

250,000 of those plantings are annual blossoms installed for the International Flower & Garden Festival

60 different species of trees are used International Flower & Garden Festival

47 types of palms are used for the International Flower & Garden Festival

48 varieties of bedding plants are used at the International Flower & Garden Festival

25 different plants, grasses and mosses of various colors, including pink and red begonias, dusty miller, palm fiber, palm seeds, ficus and lichen, are used to create and define features of the festival topiaries. More color has been added to the topiaries than in any previous topiary presentation.

15 floral, herbal and spice ingredients of 10 popular perfumes are revealed in the Fragrance Garden presented by Guerlain at the France pavilion. Guests can sniff the enduring fragrance Shalimar to discover botanical notes that include lemon, Arabian jasmine and vanilla. Some components of nine other Guerlain fragrances include mimosa, magnolia, rose, nutmeg and vetivergrass.

198 hands-on gardening demonstrations and seminars will be presented at the International Flower & Garden Festival

44 “flower towers” of impatiens line Innoventions Plaza at the International Flower & Garden Festival

120 floating mini-gardens, each three feet in diameter, of multi-hued impatiens provide splashes of color on two ponds that border the walkway between Future World and World Showcase.

700 container gardens of flowers, herbs, plants and vegetables in clay pots, barrels and urns enhance the landscape throughout Epcot.

600 Walt Disney World horticulturists are needed to install the festival landscape, topiaries and many exhibits; 100 Epcot horticulturists maintain topiaries and other festival displays.

24,000 cast member hours are needed to prepare for the annual festival

11 artists and groups with 126 Top 40 hits, including 16 No. 1 songs. This year’s musical hit-makers from the 1960s and '70s include Jose Feliciano, Paul Revere & The Raiders, David Cassidy, Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, Tony Orlando, Herman’s Hermits Starring Peter Noone, Ricky Nelson Remembered Featuring the Nelsons, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Fran Cosmo, Davy Jones, and Chubby Checker & The Wildcats.

600 native butterflies, more than ever before, represent up to 10 species at Fawn’s Butterfly House, a gazebo-type screened enclosure filled with lush plants where guests can view the colorful butterflies. Among the garden’s two dozen nectar plants are Cape Royal plumbago, passion flower, coral honeysuckle, blazing star, butterfly bush, scarlet milkweed and canna lily.

300,000 bedding plants are installed for the festival.

2 butterfly topiaries are on display. Also, Doc, Grumpy and the rest of the seven dwarfs appear at the Epcot entrance with intricate topiary detail that includes beards of palm fiber. Perfume bottle topiaries represent Guerlain perfumes in the Fragrance Garden at the France pavilion.

25 different plants, grasses and mosses of various colors, including pink and red begonias, dusty miller, palm fiber, palm seeds, ficus and lichen, are used to create and define features of the festival topiaries. More color has been added to the topiaries than in any previous topiary presentation.

15 floral, herbal and spice ingredients of 10 popular perfumes are revealed in the Fragrance Garden presented by Guerlain at the France pavilion. Guests can sniff the enduring fragrance Shalimar to discover botanical notes that include lemon, Arabian jasmine and vanilla. Some components of nine other Guerlain fragrances include mimosa, magnolia, rose, nutmeg and vetivergrass. At the Green Garden exhibit, guests can learn tips on how to create their own environmentally safe garden, including information about low-water-use, native plants and recycling.

1 full year is needed to prepare for the annual festival.

300 acres and more than a 1.5 miles of stunning gardens will be used at this years festival.

24,000 man-hours go into the creation of the Festival, from initial brainstorming to painstakingly transplanting and maintaining every one of those plants.

Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival (2009)

75 days is how long the festival ran this year

30 million blooms dress the park throughout the festival

50 Disney character topiaries include Aladdin, Lady and the Tramp, and Snow White and the seven dwarfs. Classic Disney characters Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Pluto and Goofy strike topiary poses doing their favorite outdoor activities in the new, garden-themed playground Let’s Get Moving.

500 native butterflies representing up to 10 species reside in Minnie’s Magnificent Butterfly Garden, a gazebo-type enclosure filled with lush plants and measuring more than 40 feet in diameter. Guests can stroll through the screened habitat to view the colorful butterflies. Among the garden’s two dozen nectar plants are Cape Royal plumbago, passion flower, coral honeysuckle, blazing star, butterfly bush, scarlet milkweed and canna lily.

300,000 bedding plants are installed for the festival.

2 butterfly topiaries are on display. Also, Doc, Grumpy and the rest of the seven dwarfs appear at the Epcot entrance with intricate topiary detail that includes beards of palm fiber. Perfume bottle topiaries represent Guerlain perfumes in the Fragrance Garden at the France pavilion.

25 different plants, grasses and mosses of various colors, including pink and red begonias, dusty miller, palm fiber, palm seeds, ficus and lichen, are used to create and define features of the festival topiaries. More color has been added to the topiaries than in any previous topiary presentation.

15 floral, herbal and spice ingredients of 10 popular perfumes are revealed in the Fragrance Garden presented by Guerlain at the France pavilion. Guests can sniff the enduring fragrance Shalimar to discover botanical notes that include lemon, Arabian jasmine and vanilla. Some components of nine other Guerlain fragrances include mimosa, magnolia, rose, nutmeg and vetivergrass. At the Green Garden exhibit, guests can learn tips on how to create their own environmentally safe garden, including information about low-water-use, native plants and recycling.

45 “flower towers” of impatiens line Innoventions Plaza.

100 floating mini-gardens, each three feet in diameter, of multi-hued impatiens provide splashes of color on two ponds that border the walkway between Future World and World Showcase. There are also 15 large gardens, each eight feet in diameter.

750 container gardens of flowers, herbs, plants and vegetables in clay pots, barrels and urns enhance the landscape throughout Epcot.

300 Walt Disney World horticulturists are needed to install the festival landscape, topiaries and many exhibits; 100 Epcot horticulturists maintain topiaries and other festival displays.

1 full year is needed to prepare for the annual festival.

11 musical acts will perform this year

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival (2009)

300 national and international wines

45 fabulous days long

76 kinds of international foods, each appetizer-sized portion priced $2-$7

160 of America’s most celebrated chefs and Walt Disney World chefs

405 wine and beer seminars

1,200 fireworks rockets exploding each night over World Showcase Lagoon in “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth” grand finale to the festival

135 Eat to the Beat! concerts performed

33,000 bottles of wine and champagne

1.2 million hors d’oeuvre plates

2.1 million Vanity Fair napkins

750,000 beer cups

690,000 sumptuous samplings

600,000 forks

338,000 wine glasses

100,000 miniature desserts including crème brûlée, traditional apple strudel, Grand Marnier parfait with Orange Coulis and warm chocolate lava cake with Bailey’s ganache

3,000 gallons of soup, including cheddar cheese soup (Montreal marketplace), chicken and coconut soup with mushrooms, lemongrass and ginger (Bangkok, Thailand marketplace) and Mealie soup with crabmeat and chili oil (Capetown, South Africa marketplace)