Organisers hope a new record will be set at the second Junee Show pie-eating competition in 2019.
Introduced last year as part of the 130th anniversary celebrations by Junee Bakery owners Tina Johnson and Jay Williams, the event will again be setting the challenge of who can devour a pie in the quickest time.
A record was set of about 36 seconds to consume a warmed (but not too hot), single-serve, square meat pie.
"We decided to give it a go and it was successful," Tina said.
"There was a good variety of people, elderly, young ones. It is just a bit of fun and everyone got behind it."
Last year there were about 30 entries in what is an open-age competition (with permission required for under 18s).
"We are hoping to get a few more this year," Tina said.
"Registrations will open a week before the show.
"Entry is a gold-coin donation and registrations will be taken at the bakery or show office next week.
"People can also enter on the day at the show."
Tina has done her research and can provide a few tips on the best way to go about knocking off the record and setting a new bar.
"The secret is don't chew too much," she said.
"You've just got to get it done.
"We've done a little practising here at the bakery.
"Start from the corner. It's like eating an uncut sandwich. Corners first then straight through."