Did you enjoy the culinary delights of Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival? Well you're in luck - another foodie event is just around the corner.
Holmfirth Food and Drink Festival will take place September 27-28, with a myriad of local producers, food stalls, entertainment and competitions.
Click below for pictures from last year's festival
This year's event hopes to be a celebration of food and cooking, with a wide range of cuisines on store, from Mediterranean and Maylaysian foods to locally made jams, pickles and chutneys and even camel and ostrict burgers.
If you're heading to the festival this year, here's what to expect:
- Food from around the world - You won't need your passport to sample exotic foods from the other side of the world - just head to the festival! Cuisines featured at this year's event include Thai, Indian, Caribbean, Mediterranean and Malaysian - you'll be spoilt for choice. But fear not, traditionalists - we're sure you'll be able to find a pie somewhere at the festival.
- Bizarre burgers - This year's festival will boast a whopping 10 different types of burger - including camel, zebra, ostrict and even crocodile! Bored of beef? Why not try something new?
- Perfect preservatives - Stock up your cupboards with locally made jams, curds, pickles and chutneys - toast will never be boring again.
- A celebration of Yorkshire food - Locally sourced cheese, baked goods, speciality teas and coffees, farm produce and confectionery makes Holmfirth Food and Drink Festival a great place to sample some of the county's finest fare and support local businesses at the same time.
- Tasty tipples - Local breweries, winesellers and mixologists are joining forces to create a special variety of refreshing beverages for the weekend.
- Nutrition advice - Just in case you go slightly overboard during the weekend. Holmfirth wholefoods firm Your Nuts will have its consultant nutritionist on hand to offer expert advice and perform nutrition tests.
- Cookery demos - Learn new tricks and tips by watching the professionals whip up some tasty dishes - there will even be a wedding cake created live! Notepads at the ready.
- Fun competitions - Holmfirth DJ Gary Duncan will be on hand to provide some festival fun, with an omlette making race, a Generation Game-style cooking competition and a school baking competition, run by Greg Christofi of the Old Bridge Bakery.
- Music and mirth - As well as the tasty treats of the festival, visitors can enjoy live music from Moot, Frumptarn and a local jazz group - plus there will be face painting throughout the weekend and comedy duo Bread and Butter are sure to add some mayhem to the proceedings.
The festival takes place across the centre of Holmfith, in the Market, Towngate, Hollowgate and Library areas, with parking available at Sands Recreation Ground.
The festival runs from 10am-5pm on the Saturday and Sunday.