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Greetings dear Diane! You always do such a good job there. I love our conference center. It always has the feel of a homecoming! The food was really, really good and Mike is a great addition. There is a significant improvement in food. Thank you for all that you do and the many that you serve. I have been going to MACUCC Framingham for retreats, workshops, conferences and gatherings since 1980 and it has never disappointed. We are blessed to have one such "home". 
~ Elaine Gaetani

Dining

Guests at Edwards House enjoy delicious and wholesome meals prepared in our own kitchen.

A typical breakfast includes eggs, bacon, English muffins, fresh fruit, yogurt, a variety of hot and cold cereals, juice, and an assortment of coffee and teas.

Creative chefs plan the menus according to factors such as the number of people expected, dietary considerations, etc. Standardized menus are avoided as our chefs prefer creativity and individuality to enhance their menu planning. All dietary restrictions are accommodated to the best of our ability – vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and allergy-restricted diets are all welcome.

Lunch might be something like fajitas with fresh guacamole, salsa and black beans with Spanish rice, and a taco salad with flan and fresh fruit for dessert; or homemade soup, freshly made sandwiches on whole grain bread, garden or caesar salad, potato chips, and homemade cookies.

Dinner might be roasted chicken and potatoes, mixed vegetables, a garden salad, dinner rolls and carrot cake.

We appreciate advanced notice for special dietary needs. All meals are served buffet style in our dining room.

Meals are served promptly at the following times: breakfast at 8 AM, lunch at noon and dinner at 6:30 p.m., unless arranged otherwise prior to your arrival.  Dinner on Saturday and Sunday is served at 5:30 p.m. unless a different time is pre-arranged. 

         

 

 

"Once or twice a year, MACUCC hosts a 3 - 5 day training by the Interim Ministry Network, using Edwards House as the primary site for lodging, meals, and meetings. Participants nearly unanimously compliment the facilities, the food, and the extravagantly welcoming and helpful staff. We are delighted to return time after time for these events."
~ Bob Livingston, Interim Ministry Network faculty member