A PIE maker from Penistone can be seen on television this week.

Jacqui Marsden, of Penistone Pies and Puddings, will show viewers how to make her pork pies on ITV's 'Food Glorious Food', which celebrates the best family recipes in the country.

Every dish featured in the series is competing for the chance to appear in a new Marks and Spencer cookery book and to be made and sold on the shelves of the company's premier store.

"I entered the food show to share my pork pie making secrets handed down from my dad and his dad before him," she said. "It has been a wonderful experience to have the TV cameras in my kitchen and raise the profile of my number one product."

Jacqui bakes and sells more than 100 pork pies a week - plus assorted savouries and puddings. She works in a professional kitchen at her home in Millhouse Green and uses a trusted family pie recipe and a vintage pie making machine.

The device was first used by her grandfather, a local butcher who kept a shop on Smithy Hill in Thurgoland. He bought it at an auction of World War Two army surplus equipment in the 1940s.