BBC Good Food Show

We are at the BBC Good Food Show at Bluewater in Kent from Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th April and if you are in the area we would love to meet you! We are at Stand E22 which is on the main perimeter aisle.

CORRECTION – just arrived at the Show and our stand has been changed to E32!

This is a brand new Spring event for the BBC Good Food Show and will feature 150 of the best producers of fine food and drink, suppliers of the best kitchenware as well as live cookery demonstrations from popular BBC TV shows and celebrity chefs as well as seek advice from wine experts.

An audience of 14,000 people are expected and every ticket includes a seat in the Supertheatre where you can see top chefs cooking live including James Martin with Saturday Kitchen. Celebrities attending are:

John Torode and Gregg Wallace with MasterChef

Gino D’Acampo – resident chef on This Morning and King of the Jungle!

Henry and Tom Herbert – The Fabulous Baker Brothers

Genaro Contaldo – He is widely known as the Italian legend who taught Jamie Oliver all he knows about Italian cooking and regularly appears on Saturday Kitchen, Market Kitchen, Jamie at Home, Jamie’s Italy and Jamie’s Kitchen.

Richard Philips – obtained his first Michelin starred restaurant at only 29 and regularly appears on Lorraine, Ready Steady Cook, Saturday Kitchen and Daily Cooks Challenge. Most recently, Richard appeared as the guest chef on GMTV.

Thomasina Miers – winner of MasterChef 2005.

Olly Smith – wine expert, television presenter, wine editor of Live Magazine in the Mail on Sunday.

Jo Wheatley –Great British Bake Off winner.

Peter Richards – Master of Wine and appears regularly on Saturday Kitchen.

Ewan Lacey – wine expert on The Cookery School.

Susy Atkins – wine expert, weekly columnist for the Sunday Telegraph Stella magazine, drinks editor of Delicious magazine and regularly appears on Saturday Kitchen.

Shelina Permalloo – winner of  MasterChef 2012

Lawrence Keogh – Chef at the renowned Wolseley restaurant located in London’s Green Park. Lawrence has cooked for a number of dignitaries and royals, including the Queen Mother, Margaret Thatcher and the late Kin Hussein of Jordan. He regularly appears on Saturday Kitchen, Market Kitchen and Food Poker.

Cyrus Todiwala OBE – Executive Chef of Café Spice Namasté and Mr Todiwala’s Kitchen, both stylish pan-Indian restaurants and appears regularly Food and Drink, UK Today, Saturday Kitchen, Drop Down Menu, and the BBC World Service.

For directions and further details, including ticket prices and booking please visit the BBC Good Food Show’s website here. Hope to see you there!

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