TASTY dishes, good food and a dash of wine will combine to create the perfect night out this weekend.
There will also be a sprinkle of competition involved, so what exactly is this fun night about?
The Leeton Italian Catholic Committee will again be hosting its annual salami night on Saturday at 7pm and it's not too late to take part.
All sorts of delicious Italian food will be part of the spread, including several types of pasta, pork on the spit, goat, antipasto platters, tiramisu for dessert and much, much more.
There's also entertainment from Duble to work off some of the food or make room for more.
A salami competition will no doubt be a heated battle as the independent judges taste test and decide who will take out the honour for 2019.
Leeton Italian Catholic Committee president Dom Amato said the event also helped to raise money for the St Joseph's Catholic Church, with planning in place to construct a new awning outside the front of the building.
"There's only some limited seats available ... we're capping it at around 200, 220 people," he said.
"A lot of people seem to know about it more now. It's a good feed for the money you pay.
"It's a great opportunity for everyone to get together and taste some of the Italian culture.
But it's also a time where people can show off their hard work with their salami making."
Both Mr Amato and fellow committee member George Nardi agreed a good salami consisted of several factors including being supple, not too dry and having just the right amount of chilli.
Limited tickets are still available for the night and can be purchased from Work Locker.
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