Foodies, the unmissable event on Scotland’s gastronomic calendar is back.
Watch celebrity chefs cook live, dine at top Glasgow restaurant pop-ups, and fill your bags with delicious artisan local produce.
Today’s Big Deal invites you to the epicurean event of the year – the BBC Good Food Show at Glasgow’s SEC on Friday 19th and Sunday 21st October.
Get your taste buds ready for a delicious weekend. The line-up for this year’s BBC Good Food Show is more jam-packed than ever.
The event will feature cooking demonstrations, interviews and book signings from the UK’s top celebrity chefs, including Tom Kerridge, John Torode, Paul Hollywood and Nadiya Hussain.
Best Scottish restaurant and produce
The show will also include interviews from Glasgow’s most highly regarded chefs, including Helen Vass, the patisserie chef at Number 16, and Dr Katerina Vasilaki, a dietician expert.
Pop-up restaurants from Two Fat Ladies and Chez Mal will be on hand serving their signature dishes.
As every chef knows, quality ingredients are everything and the BBC Good Food Show will give you the chance to browse hundreds of stalls from the best artisan producers in Scotland.
Those who have attended the BBC Good Food Show in recent years have left rave reviews on TripAdvisor and Yelp.
Some of the reviews (edited for length) include:
“The Good Food show is such a good day out! There are so many stalls and a good variety of foods and drinks to try, sampling is definitely one of the highlights of the day. Aside from nibbling and shopping, you get to see celebrity chefs doing their thing. A new addition is the local restaurant pop up which I think is a great idea. To be honest I didn’t really try anything I didn’t like, bring on next year’s show!”
“I love getting to talk to all the producers in the producers village and most are keen for you to sample their goods before you buy. There is a huge range of food and drink on sale and also kitchen tools and appliances. We booked seats at the Supertheatre to see a cookery demo from Michel Roux Jr. So glad we did, as he was excellent and comes across as a sincerely lovely person.”
“A truly wonderful day out, and we came home with an obscene amount of food and drink purchased from friendly stall holders.”
No self-respecting foodie would want to miss the BBC Good Food Show.
It’s a fantastic chance to learn from the best chefs in the country and sample the finest Scottish dishes and ingredients.
Snap up today’s Big Deal for tickets while you have the chance.