THERE'S no sweeter way of showing your own sweet just how much they mean to you than with a deliciously decadent home-baked treat.
Leeton SunRice Festival Ambassador Quest entrant Bianca Iannelli will be holding a Valentine's Day street stall fundraiser on Friday and there's so many goodies on offer that there's no excuse not to pick up something for your special someone.
There will be plenty of home-made Italian goodies on offer, including cannolis, almond biscuits and many more.
Miss Iannelli is raising money for her charity Country Hope during the quest and volunteers from this organisation will also be baking up a storm to ensure there is cakes and other yummy treats on offer as well.
"It's all very reasonably priced, so it's going to be pretty easy to swing past and pick something up ... it would definitely be something you could have after dinner (on Valentine's Day) or a gift," she said.
"I'm looking forward to it, it should be another really good event for us."
Miss Iannelli has already held several successful fundraisers as part of the quest, including a back to uni night last week, bingo on Australia Day and a dumpling night to name a few.
She has several big events coming up, including a comedy night and a St Patrick's Day celebrations.
Being part of the quest is something Miss Iannelli is already finding to be rewarding.
"Just getting out into the community and getting to meet lots of new people has been a lot of fun," she said.
"Everyone has been so supportive.
"Of course you are raising money for a charity as well, so that does make you feel good as well.
"It's going so quickly and we've got so many events left to do, so hopefully everyone continues to come out and support them."
The street stall will be held from 9am onwards on Friday.
Miss Iannelli is being supported by her committee, the Hungry Fox, with residents wanting to pre-order an item able to contact Manuela Gatt from this organisation to do so.
Deliveries will also be able in the Leeton CBD area.