Holy Family Bazaar pleases the palate

By Julianne Peixoto

August 8, 2014 Updated Aug 8, 2014 at 11:42 PM EDT

Endicott, NY (WBNG Binghamton) The Church of the Holy Family's annual bazaar kicked off Friday night -- boasting a huge selection of homemade treats.

"You name it ,we’ve got it here!" said bazaar organizer Todd Trencanski. "We really perfected it last year, so we kept it simple but we did add a few new foods, we added kielbasa and we added fried pierogies, our new items this year."

While most festivals serve their food out of a truck, at the Holy Family's Bazaar food is cooked up and prepared fresh right in front of you.

"We make it homemade, hardworking people make it all week long," said grilled pizza-making volunteer Gabriel Marcello.

The tireless chefs are all volunteers.

Bazaar-goers can find anything from clams, chowder, spiedies and strawberry shortcake on the extensive menu.

"They have everything and it's all so good," said Gabby Metolka. "My favorite is the fried Oreos!"

The bazaar continues through Sunday, when things finish off with a chicken and rib barbecue.

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