A feast (look at the video) is a dinner in medieval traditions with an abundant choice of food and unlimited amount of delicacies – you will be served as much food as you wish. A feast begins with the hand-washing ritual; then guests are guided to the table covered with appetisers. Before eating, the head of the table is chosen from amongst the company who breaks bread, which is a cue for others that feasting can begin. The servant maidens introduce all the dishes set out on the table. The main dishes are also served on platters and in bowls so that guests can share everything with each other. This creates a lighter atmosphere for freer communication. A dessert is served at the end of the feast.
A feast is a medieval dinner that lasts at least two hours – a good memory for a long time.