A Great Viking Feast -Leifsburdir
Last September 2011, I attended the final feast of the season which was a fundraiser for the local Boys & Girls Club. An incredible meal of meat, potatoes and other root crops. One will quickly notice there are no forks – simply because the Vikings did not use forks. It can be quite challenging trying to eat certain foods without this utensil. Although, one never really thinks about it until he or she does not have it. Funny how we take for granted some of the items we use daily that makes life a little easier.
As that evening progressed we were treated to theatrical performances, music, ballads and even served by people dressed up in Viking attire.
My friend from Switzerland certainly enjoy the walkabout the Leifsburdir and the view of St. Anthony in the backdrop.
The crashing waves and rocky shores are something to see as you walk to the entrance for service. If you can in 2012, you may want to dine and experience a Great Viking Feast on Fishing Point.
Experience the Great Northern Peninsula –Christopher C. Mitchelmore, MHA The Straits-White Bay North
Posted on January 21, 2012, in Cuisine, Vacations and tagged Boys & Girls Club, dinner, feast, Fishing Point, Great Northern Peninsula, leifsburdir, St. Anthony, Switzerland, Theatre, Viking. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.