The TOG team’s favourite Glasgow event is once again rolling in to town. It is the reason we starve ourselves for at least a day or two as we get to spend the weekend sampling some tasty food and mingle with some big wig celeb chefs.
Here is the low down:
Continuing to grow and shine, the BBC Good Food Show will be at the SECC Glasgow from 21 – 23 October with celebrity chef demonstrations, cookery master classes, whisky and food tastings and the finest local and international produce.
James Martin and MasterChef judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace will headline the Supertheatre sponsored by Sainsbury’s, which offers thousands of visitors the chance to see the best chefs in the business in action, passing on their skills, kitchen secrets and recipes.
Highlights of this year’s show:
- Supertheatre – the highlight of the show, the Supertheatre sponsored by Sainsbury’s brings all your favourite celebrity chefs to the stage in a mixture of exciting cook-offs and brilliant demonstrations. Join James Martin, Tim Anderson and Antony Worrall Thompson to name a few as they cook a variety of festive recipes and warming winter foods. (tickets from £4)
- NEW! – The MasterChef Restaurant – The MasterChef Restaurant sponsored by Hardys Wine brings some of the most iconic dishes from the TV series right to your table. Indulge in a sumptuous three-course menu for only £20 per person in the brand new restaurant at this year’s show.
- Scotland, Land of Food & Drink Regional Village – sure to be one of the highlights of this year’s show, focusing on Scottish producers, the village offers visitors an opportunity to try, taste and buy from the nation’s finest. The Village offers show visitors a unique experience, with the opportunity to meet producers and taste and buy products from the various regions of Scotland. It is an interesting and enticing food and drink tour of Scotland’s people and places.
- Nick Nairn Cook School – The Nick Nairn Cook School will once again be bringing the “pop up Cook School” to the show in 2011. Tickets for sessions cost £15 and include a hands-on cooking session where you’ll create your very own taster lunch dish.
- Seasonal Tasting Theatre – Meet the best producers and sample the finest ingredients, including food from Ramsay of Carluke and Seafood Scotland, all for just £3.
- Winter Kitchen – hosted by Lisa Faulkner, the Love Food Hate Waste team are back for a fourth year to help visitors make the most of their food and reduce waste. With chefs including Simon Rimmer, Tom Kitchin, Kennedy Leitch, Sara Denesin-Medio plus MasterChef contestants live on stage.
Ticket prices start at just £16.50.
For more information and to book tickets visit – http://glasgow.bbcgoodfoodshow.com/ or call 0844 581 1362
The good folks over at the Food Show have given us a whole bunch of tickets to give away every day next week. Full details can be found by following this link.