(by peter & susie)
It’s that time of year when the chill has just slunk into the air, the Pinot Noir is on pour and floating on the wind comes the unmistakeable smells and sounds of those most delicious of events – the BBC Good Food Shows.
We’re both hugely excited to have a full season this autumn/winter. Peter’s up in Glasgow this weekend, chatting to fascinating people like Tom Kitchin, Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry, John Torode and James Martin. Then it’s onto London and finally Birmingham for the both of us – details are below.
We can’t wait! The one thing we love more than anything at these events is saying hi to everyone, so please do come and have a chat, we’d love to see you there.
Peter’s hosting the Interview Stage, grilling the likes of Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood, James Martin, John Torode, Tom Kitchin, Hairy Biker Si King and recent Masterchef winner Ade Edmonson. It should be a lot of fun – and the show of course has loads of delicious action, including live shows from the Great British Bake Off and Masterchef. Pop along, tuck in and don’t forget to say hi – especially if you have some juicy questions for these guys!
BBC Good Food Show London 2013, Olympia
It’s looking tasty! And it’s not just about the foodie delights including the Great British Bake Off, Michel Roux Jr, Masterchef and our very own Saturday Kitchen featuring James Martin, Lawrence Keogh, Antonio Carluccio and Ben Tish. Nor the celebs, or countless delicious pop-ups and nuggets of deliciousness. No, it’s about the wine too! Because this London show incorporates The Wine Cellar and Drinks Tasting Theatre, where we’ll be appearing for all three days, with sessions matching all kinds of delicious wines to Green & Black’s chocolates a particular highlight. Come say hi! (For ticket info and prices, please click here, and use this link for our blog after last year.)
We just can’t stay away! This is the biggest of the BBC Good Food Shows and it’s always really enjoyable, a kaleidoscope of flavour and fun. There’s headline action on the Supertheatre stage, lots of laughs on the Saturday Kitchen stage and plenty more in the way of tasty titbits to get stuck into. You can read our slightly breathless report from last year’s show via this link, and this year promises to be even better. We’ll hope to see you there! (For ticket info and prices, please click here.)