LAKE BUENA VISTA Fla. For the first time in close to a decade, Walt Disney World’s Epcot has revamped its menus in an effort to focus on healthful cooking and interactive dining experiences. A report in the Orlando Sentinel quoted Epcot vice president Jim MacPhee as saying that the park is seeking more "interactive dining" experiences that can provide show-style cooking in the dining room. The report also said the theme park, located here, has three new restaurants under development ...

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