Thousands of foodies will be heading to the annual Llangollen Food Festival this weekend.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, it will be held at the Llangollen Pavilion which also stages the Llangollen International Musical Festival.
It's estimated the festival pumps nearly £400,000 into the local economy every year, making a total of £8 million since it started.
The top chefs revealing their recipes for success will include Bryan Webb from the Michelin-starred Tyddyn Llan, former captain of the Wales Culinary team Graham Tinsley and Dai Chef who will be there with his son, Daniel, the youngest head sommelier in the UK.
Among those celebrity chefs is Graham Tinsley MBE, who has prepared dishes for the Queen and Prince Charles and also created St David’s Day feasts at 10 Downing Street.
He will be leading the trio of top culinary maestros laying on a series of cookery demonstrations on the second day of the festival.
Currently executive head chef at the prestigious Carden Park in Cheshire, Graham said:
The Llangollen Food Festival was founded in 1997 and attracts around 8,000 food lovers a year.
Committee member Pip Gale said:
Among the first to congratulate the festival on reaching the milestone was Ken Skates, the Clwyd South AM who is also the Welsh Government's Cabinet Secretary for the Economy.