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Good eats at the Brimfield, MA Antiques Fair (Annually in May, July and September)

Chris VR | Sep 5, 201307:38 AM

I loved the pulled pork with sauce, bought from a food truck along the road in the middle of the fair. MIL liked her beef brisket (but no sauce for her) and I was a bit underimpressed with the "Sausage Fatty Biscuit". The sausage was lovely but the cold biscuit was a real downer. I later noticed it was from BT's Smokehouse which has been lauded here. I see why!

Hubby had a Falafel sandwich from the "food court" under NE Motel's Green and Gold tents that was pretty good. I had fries from the same food court- seemed to be hand cut, nice and crispy and a spray bottle of malt vinegar was just what I wanted.

We spotted a pastry tent in NE Motel's area, and I almost went for a decadent looking creampuff, but the woman before me ordered it and it was $9 and I came to my senses and realized I didn't want to spend $9 on a pastry, at least not while that $9 would buy me 2 vintage holiday aprons (well, almost, they were $5 each).

I saw One Love's Jamaican tent along the main strip near BT's and I know Jim Leff used to rave about One Love in Worcester. We have to go back Friday to pick up one of our purchases so we may give that a shot.

Wondering if there's any other food that's worth seeking out here?

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