BBC Good Food Show Scotland Opens today
Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, stars of the BBC Two hit series The Great British Bake Off, will open the doors of the BBC Good Food Show Scotland on Friday. The Show will celebrate Scotland’s fantastic food heritage as Scottish producers head to the SECC, Glasgow from all over the country to sample and sell their specialties to thousands of food loving visitors.
Several renowned chefs and experts will gathering in Scotland for the three day event to demonstrate their skills and recipes on the 950-seat Supertheatre, sponsored by Tesco finest* including James Martin, Si King: The Hairy Biker, Tom Kitchin, John Torode and Ade Edmonson, winner of Celebrity Masterchef 2013.
Highlights of the show include:
The Great British Bake Off Village
An exciting new addition to the show for this year, devoted to all things baking. A place to learn new techniques and buy everything needed to bake like the experts.
Producers Bursary Awards
Four Scottish producers were rewarded with the opportunity to and showcase their products in front of thousands of food fans. We’re delighted to welcome this year’s winners; The Wee Tea Company, St Andrews Brewing Company, The Wee Pie Company, and The Little Herb Farm to the show.
Scotland Regional Village
The Scotland, Land of Food & Drink Regional Village highlights the richness and diversity of the country’s natural larder, giving visitors the chance to meet producers and taste and buy interesting local products from the various regions of Scotland including Perthshire, East Lothian and the Highlands.
BBC Good Food Kitchen
Serving deliciously satisfying breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea dishes from BBC Good Food’s recipe collection matched with superb Hardys wine options.
Love Food Hate Waste
The team are back helping visitors make the most of the food they buy, waste less, save money and help the environment at the same time. Free cookery demonstrations from much loved Scottish chefs, along with Love Food Hate Waste advisers on hand to answer queries and offer great tips and recipes.
Free sessions will be held where visitors can discover the secrets of our experts' success at the intimate interactive stage.