BBC Good Food Show Summer returns to Birmingham

The BBC Good Food Show Summer is back at the NEC in Birmingham from June 12-15, with an array of housewares, a spread of local and regional produce, plus live cooking, book signings and tastings, all under one roof.
Highlights will include The Supertheatre, where visitors can see live cooking demonstrations from celebrities including The Hairy Bikers, Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry and John Torode.

New for this year, its popular Saturday Kitchen Live sessions (on Sunday June 15) will be hosted by Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge, along with wine expert Peter Richards.

Other fresh features include Summer Kitchen, where new faces, renowned chefs and winners from TV cookery programmes will appear on this brand new interactive stage, and BBC Good Food Kitchen, where dishes from the BBC Good Food recipe collection, matched with wine options, will be served in a fine dining setting.

Other attractions are the Good Food Bakes & Cakes Village, dedicated to all things baking. including equipment, and The Producers’ Village: a huge speciality food market at the heart of the show, packed with small artisan producers.

Tickets to the show include free entry to BBC Gardeners’ World Live! Here, gardening experts including Monty Don, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Diarmuid Gavin will be live on stage sharing their expertise.

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