The rest of the Premier League are in for a real Lancashire treat when they visit Turf Moor next season, according to the club's caterers.
Following a successful three year sponsorship deal, the club will be sticking with Holland's Pies, including the legendary Holland's steak and kidney pudding, served of course with real mushy peas prepared and cooked on site, and not the rubbish tinned variety available in supermarkets.
The caterers are sticking with Lancashire tradition by supplying black puddings from Nuttall's off Burnley Market - served boiled with English mustard and malt vinegar, none of that fried in slices malarkey like they do down south.
It was also revealed that tripe, cowheel, and elder had been ruled out on the grounds of storage and shelf life, or lack of it, but hot Bovril will remain on the menu, as will fish and chips wrapped in authentic 1960's Daily Mirror sports pages.
"We'll show these big city fancy dans what proper catering is all about," chef Beverley Hillbilly told us. "Turf Moor will be a gastronome's paradise next season. And no, we won't be serving prawn sandwiches. We'll leave that to the more pretentious outfits."
More as we get it.