The paska and pyrohy were popping off of the tables at the Easter Bazaar on Saturday.
The Sacred Heart Ukrainian Catholic Church has been hosting the bazaar for over 40 years now.
As always, customers of all ages were battling to buy the best baked goods.
"We have people who come in every year and we have a lot of new people who come in as well. They like coming in and looking at the crafts and the Easter eggs," said Fr. Teodor Czabala.
"It's just something they do every year in preparation for Easter."
Nesting dollars, jewelery and hand-painted Easter eggs were just some of the items that lined the tables, as well as traditional Ukrainian food.
The food was so popular the line twined through the entire gymnasium at the church.