THE BBC Good Food Show is back with more live action than ever before!
This year’s event, at Birmingham’s NEC from November 25 – 29, will see Jamie Oliver, James Martin, The Hairy Bikers, and Gordon Ramsay, all cooking live in the Supertheatre – which is sponsored by Sainsbury’s – or you can take part in the iconic MasterChef Invention Test, sponsored by Plenty, and see if you can wow the judges, John Torode and Gregg Wallace, plus live demonstrations from previous finalists including Thomasina Miers, James Nathan, Andy Oliver, Hannah Miles, Steve Groves, and Chris Gates.
The Miele Cookery Experience offers the chance to cook alongside your culinary heroes, and learn a variety of techniques, or pop into The Magimix Theatre to see how the experts whiz up the perfect smoothie, and demonstrate how to make perfect ice cream, cakes, and so much more.
The Grow Your Own Food with NS&I – is an interactive vegetable garden for information, tips, and techniques about growing your own fruit and vegetables, and Taste Workshops presented by Slow Food – savour food grown and cooked naturally.
The Market Kitchen Theatre is hosted by programme regulars Rachel Allen, Matt Tebbutt, Tom Parker-Bowles, Matthew Fort, Amanda Lamb, and Aaron Craze. Guest chefs include Jamie Oliver’s mentor Gennaro Contaldo, Ching-He Huang of Chinese Food Made Easy fame, Dragon’s Den entrepreneur Levi Roots, Executive Chef at Gordon Ramsay’s Maze restaurant Jason Atherton, Jun Tanaka, Michael Caines, Theo Randall, and Galton Blackiston.
In the Drinks Theatre experts are on hand to help you choose the perfect wine. You can also join a CAMRA master class to taste and learn all about real ales.
Shop from 100s of specialist, independent, and artisan producers in the Producers’ Village. Tickets booked in advance cost less! Book today at bbcgoodfoodshow.com or call 0844 579 3181.