Foodies flocked to Sheffield this morning for the start of a three-day food festival - until torrential rain scared the crowds away this afternoon.
The annual event is a celebration of all the city has to offer in terms of food.
It showcases city restaurants and food producers from across the region but also encourages people to go back to nature and to learn more about the journey of food and how to grow from scratch.
An allotment has been set up outside the Town Hall and there is a demonstration tent on The Moor where chefs will be demonstrating their skills and teaching people how to cook.
This morning children were taught how to cook pizzas.
There are stalls serving food and produce in and around the Peace Garden and along the full stretch of The Moor.
See The Star on Monday for more.