The feast was fantastic! This was our second time there, and we will go again. It is that good. We started off by taking a sleigh ride through the still snow covered fields with about ten other folks. Last time we came the snow was mostly gone, and we were pulled about in a wagon. I liked this better.
|This man not only tended the huge fire, and cooked|
the beef, he also made the seafood chowder with our help.
There were folks from all over attending the feast. We met two couples from the Philadelphia area that had read about the feast in the Philadelphia Inquirer. They didn't know each other, but after we pointed out that they shared the same home state, they got to know each other right away. Meeting new people is always a lot of fun.
|Large sides of beef roast slowly in front of the|
meticulously tended fire.
If you have a chance, check out the Fireside Feast next year, or the Drovers Feast held outside during the summer in June and again in September. There is also a Murder Mystery Dinner Theater as well.
There is so much to offer within a very short distance of Sturbridge. As long as gas prices stay under $4.00 a gallon you may want to check them out.
And, it will get you mind off the gas prices, too.