You can't beat the taste of a really delicious homemade food and it's even better when you know it has been made right on your doorstep.
There are some really tasty items that you can buy from local independent sellers who make their products right here in Liverpool .
From crusty fresh bakery to decadent artisan chocolates, there are some great foodie treats you should try.
So take a look and get ready to feel hungry.
If you like honey on your toast then why not pick up a pot made in the grounds of Liverpool's grandest cathedrals?
Two Cathedral Honey is made by bees in hives at Liverpool Cathedral and Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
Beekeeper John Moran, who created the project, was a fireman during the Toxteth riots in 1981 and later became a teacher.
He said he was inspired by the example of the city鈥檚 two former church leaders - Anglican Bishop David Sheppard and Roman Catholic Archbishop Derek Worlock - to promote unity in the city.
You can buy it HERE for £5.50 for an 8oz jar.
From Twisted Earl Grey to Custard Slice Rooibos, Lady Liver Tea offers some truly unique blends of homemade teas.
Sarah Kinney-Yasuda doesn鈥檛 do mass production, she hand blends all her tea from home in Sefton , with a serious passion for her quality artisan infusions.
Carefully blending and cleverly concocting new flavours, the focus of Lady Liver Tea is on individuality and personal touches. With beautifully designed packing and personalised loose leaf infusions, Sarah鈥檚 teas are guaranteed to brighten a dreary day.
Click HERE to find out more.
Liverpool Cheese Company in Woolton was established in 2006.
The cheese can be bought in the dairy in Woolton Village or ordered online here and delivered.
Cheese lovers are sure to find something they like from their wide range of cheeses.
Alternatively, cheese lovers can shop in Lunya in Liverpool ONE or online here. Lunya also sell a variety of wines, fizz, spirits and beer.
You can't beat jam and scones, so if you're looking for a local jam to spread with your clotted cream, take a look at this.
Pippa Roberts from South Liverpool started out making jam and marmalades for her family and friends, but after scooping numerous awards started her own business.
Now Pippa runs Agnew and Roberts , an artisan jam and marmalade business, with her mum and brother.
Pippa sources her ingredients from local places including redcurrant from Claremont Farm and also grows raspberries and blueberries.
The jams and marmalades start from £5.95 and you can buy them HERE .
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There's nothing better than a cob of freshly baked bread.
And you can take your pick from some amazing bakehouses across Liverpool from East Avenue Bakehouse on Bold Street to Baltic Bakehouse in the Baltic Triangle.
Each of them make their own bread including artisan breads, sourdough and batch loaves.
The Chocolate Cellar are probably one of Liverpool鈥檚 best-known chocolatiers, having made plenty of fans with their chocolate café on Hanover Street.
Though the café is no more, they continue to spread the word of The Chocolate Cellar with their series of workshops.
You can browse their range of chocolatey treats including truffles and bars online HERE .
So it's not food but who can turn their nose up at gin?
Liverpool Gin is made in the heart of Liverpool and the process is done by hand - even the dipping of the bottle neck in molten wax.
The artisan gin is fresh and green leafy with the full taste of juniper but also has an offset of coriander and angelica with a hint of lemon and lime.
It鈥檚 best had with tonic and a slice of pink grapefruit.