Last month was all about the cakes, biscuits and scones as the BBC hosted their Good Food Bakes and Cakes show, now they’re back with their savoury offering, the BBC Good Food Show and the annual show is bigger than ever before.
Alongside the chance to see the baking legends again (that’s Berry and Hollywood if you really couldn’t guess) there will be a whole host of other culinary greats including James Martin, John Torode, Michel Roux Jr, Tom Kerridge, Paul A Young, Anjali Pathak, we could go on and on, oh and on Friday night, Jamie Oliver we hear he’s pretty good, his Food Tube channel confirms this as it’s just hit 1 million subscribers!
With a plethora of boutique food and drink stalls presenting over the weekend there’ll be ample opportunity to not only pick up some tips and observe your favourite celebrity chef at work, but also sample some truly tasty bites, including 3000 different types of cheese on display at the World Cheese Awards, that’s right 3000. Therefore not just an event for those aspiring to be a food connoisseur, a chef supreme, but also for those who simply like to eat, so that’s everybody then.
The Handbook is a proud partner of the BBC Good Food Show London on the 14-16th November.
Get tickets here: www.bbcgoodfoodshowlondon.com