Monday, 25 October 2010

BBC Good Food Show Winter NEC Birmingham + Giveaway news

Woohoo!!!

I love the BBC Good Food Show, its a chance to taste new products, meet Dragon's Den winners such as Levi Roots promoting the latest new product backed by the fearsome entrepreneurs.

Meet tastier chefs and see the live demonstrations, in summer we watched James Martin, The Hairy Bikers and both were wandering around the show too.
This winters show promises to be as exciting with celeb chefs and new features, try making a 3 egg omelette and beating Paul Rankin's record.
Now wheres my whisk?

Its a great day out and for families my kids adore it, you would think that perhaps its not an ideal child event, but this summer my two gorged on ice cream a new Carte D'Or flavour, tasted sausages, pizza, chocolate, yogurt, they liked the new soft drinks, while mummy tries the alcohol next door. They were thrilled to see Dhruv, John and Greg from Masterchef.
They also planted courgettes to bring home and made candles, plus came home with a goody bag of their own and lots of samples.

Thanks to Haymarket I will be giving away tickets to this years show in the next day or so.



The BBC Good Food Show Winter will play host to some of the country’s top chefs and culinary stars, including Gordon Ramsay, James Martin, Rick Stein and Gary Rhodes at the Supertheatre at the NEC, Birmingham from the 24 – 28 November.

Supertheatre sponsored by Sainsbury’s – This 2000 seater theatre holds live demonstrations from the top chefs in the business. Purpose built and enclosed from the general public it really gives visitors a chance to get up close and personal with their kitchen heroes. Plus the Supertheatre will also play host to the star-studded BBC Radio Food and Farming Awards ceremony.


Masterchef Experience sponsored by Miele – In the iconic Invention Test visitors have the chance to see if they have what it takes to be a MasterChef. They have the chance to live the culinary dream and possibly have their creations judged by John Torode and Gregg Wallace in The Invention Test. There are also opportunities to brush up on their culinary skills and take a Masterclass with past MasterChef winners and judges including Dhruv Baker and Monica Galetti.

*NEW* MasterChef Restaurant sponsored by Hardys – NEW this year after being launched to huge acclaim at the BBC Good Food Show 2009. The Restaurant will give visitors a chance to enjoy fine dining in style, with dishes inspired by creations from the hit TV series.
The Producers’ Village - The very best in specialist suppliers and artisan producers all under one roof. Featuring Henrietta Green’s FoodLoversBritain.com fair and Slow Food UK this area will be packed full of new and exciting food and drink products that cannot be found in high street stores.


Drinks – Exhibitors from all over the world will be showcasing the very best wines and spirits they have to offer. Guests can fill their cabinets for Christmas with everything from Australian and Chilean wine to artisan-produced London Dry Gin and Barley Vodka. Oz Clarke will also host drinks tasting Masterclasses where visitors can learn how to really appreciate what they are drinking.

*NEW* Saturday Kitchen Live - Don’t miss this new feature with wine tastings, demonstrations by culinary legends plus your chance to take ‘the omelette challenge’ – have a go at cooking a 3 egg omelette to see if you can you beat the all time champion Paul Rankin’s 15.12 seconds.

BBC Good Food Show Winter, 24 – 28 November, NEC Birmingham, 9am-6pm

bbcgoodfoodshow.com / 0844 581 1360

Advance adult ticket prices start at:
General admission

Advance  Wed- Fri £20.50

Advance Sat £21.50

Advance Sun£20.50

General admission with the Supertheatre – standard seat

Advance Wed-Fri £23.50

Advance Sat £24.50

Advance Sun £23.50

VIP

Advance Wed-Fri £80.00

Advance Sat £85.00

Advance Sun £80.00


£1.75 booking fee applies per ticket.


BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming Awards: Visitors can add a ticket to this onto their booking for free. Takes place on Wednesday 24 November at 2pm.

FAMILY SUNDAY: Up to two children under the age of 16 may come to the show for free on Sunday, accompanied by a paying adult and discounted prices on Saturday. Children under 5 free every day.

All tickets include a showguide recipe collection (value £10) with recipes from the Show.

Full details of pricing and price packages are available at http://www.bbcgoodfoodshow.com/ or by calling the team on 0844 581 1360












2 comments:

  1. Oooh I love good food!! I wanna take my mum to this x

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  2. Love the food show, been every year for years and my favourite chef.... why Delia of course... Who else??

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