Fancy a hot dausage? That's a cross between a doughnut and a sausage and they're coming to a food festival near you...
The idea for the dausage was dreamt up by Liam Bennett in his home in Darnant in the Amman Valley in west Wales.
Last year Liam ran a design-a-sausage competition on his Dausage Facebook page.
Liam, 37, who is originally from Liverpool now holds "tasting sessions" at the home he shares with his wife Ruth who hails from Port Talbot and runs her own wedding and events cake business, Carys Cakes.
He says the dausages have gone down really well with the tasters and they are now planning to sell them at the Swansea Sausage and Cider Festival as well as other Welsh food festivals.
Liam has a background in sausages - he once ran a hot dog stand outside Wembley. But he has ambitions for his dausages - he's now looking for funding and investment to buy production equipment.
At the moment there isn't a machine that can produce a dausage - they're all handmade.