Taste your way through SAA beautiful Saturday in March dawned cloudless and warm as the Stellenbosch Slowmarket prepared for an exciting morning of celebration inspired by the Eat In DStv Food Network Produce Awards. The awards acknowledge and celebrate outstanding, independent South African producers, food markets and outlets for their innovation, passion, integrity and care for the environment.Take a tour with us in this gallery of the most delicious moments caught on camera!Click here to read more about the Eat In Awards. From beautifully iced and packaged biscuits......to mouthwatering variations on pesto......and even a few unusual goodies to boot, this year's Eat In Awards market was a treat.After a hearty welcome to all from the jolly Jenny Morris of Giggling Gourmet, the Eat In Awards got going.Eat In editor Anelde Greeff wasted no time in getting to the point so that we could all continue tasting our way through the stalls.Best new product went to the understated Karma jams. Eat InCrusty homemade loaves of bread were a hit at the Oude Bank Bakkerij - winner of the Eat In Best Bakery award.Delicious dhania chutney from Quality Pickles got a nod from the judges too.The organic and free range award went to Croft Chicken - a first time contender at the Eat In Awards.Here's one of Croft's chickens done to perfection. Earthshine was the winner of most innovative product award for its delectable kale chips.The awards were judged by six well-respected individuals in the foodie industry, including Chef Pete Goffe-Wood and Melissa's food buyer Deon van Wyk.Of course, we made sure to taste each and every product we could get our hands on.Nectar of the gods? We weren't sure. It's a sort of honey wine - only 12 percent in alcohol volume. A good one for after-dinner quaffing.Delicious little tartlets waiting to be gobbled up.Buffalo mozzarella - creamy and delicious!Talk about teamwork - these gorgeous little jams and sauces are made from scratch by a husband and wife team - pottery jar and all!Willow Creek's delicious olive oil was on display too.Salt of the Karoo. Quite literally.Do cookies on the run with this ready-to-go cookie dough!Rudi's was there in full force - a veritable heaven for sausage lovers.