A Yorkshire Pudding festival is happening next year

Yorkshire pudding lovers, listen up – a festival dedicated to them is coming next year.

In February, the fluffy side that completes a roast is being properly celebrated.

And it’s taking place in Yorkshire, of course.

The Yorkshire Pudding Festival will launch at Kirkgate Market in Leeds City Centre, on 1 February from 10 am until 4 pm.

It will feature Yorkshire puddings from across the UK, and will be sponsored by Leeds-based brewery Northern Monk.

The organisers say the event is the first of it’s kind and describe it as ‘a celebration of the Yorkshire Pudding, an essential part of the Nation’s roast dinners’.

The description on Eventbrite says: ‘The Festival will host a range of food vendors creating their take on the humble Yorkshire Pudding, mixing, stuffing and smothering them with a delicious array of home-cooked dishes from around the world.

‘To join the food stalls, we will also have variety of Yorkshire traders selling Yorkshire products, a welcoming bar where you can grab a drink with your chosen dish (or dishes!) and sit back and enjoy the live entertainment that will be on throughout the day.’

In even better news, the event is free and you just have to pay for your chosen puds and drinks.

So far, the confirmed stalls include Nan’s Van and Kitchen, Kang’s Punjabi Box who promises a spicy take on the pudding and dessert company Sugar Rush, who has announced they will be selling sweet Yorkshire puds.

Three courses of Yorkshire puddings? We’re there.

You can register for tickets online now.

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