Food Show Glasgow is Smelling Good…mmm

Food — By maryaldoseri on September 26, 2010 at 3:53 am

The BBC Good Food Show Scotland rolls into Glasgow on 22nd October till 24th October, 2010, giving the ultimate recognition to the evolving heritage of Scotland’s food and drink. This event ties in sweetly with the The Homecoming Legacy Years. The legacy years builds on the success of Homecoming Scotland 2009( a call to people with Scottish ancestry, as well as those who simply love Scotland, to “Come Home” in 2009). The legacy theme of this year is Food & Drink.

The legacy years (4) will  culminate in another Homecoming Celebration where Scotland will invite the world to join us in celebrating the Ryder Cup and Commonwealth Games in 2014. So lets wet your appetite with a taster of the things you can devour at the Glasgow food show taking place at the Glasgow SECC, celebrating the first legacy year..Glasgow Food Show

Do Some Food Shopping

Drop in on the Producers Village to mingle with local craftsmen showcasing fresh, seasonal produce. It is a superb place for foodies to pick up hard to find ingredients, speciality meats, cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables to raunch up their recipes or be inspired to whisk up something entirely new!

Are You Foodie Voyeur? …You Are Not Alone

  • Peep in on top chefs including James Martin and Gordon Ramsay live on stage in the Supertheatre cooking some of their favourite dishes
  • Peep in on MasterChef Cook-offs in the Supertheatre ( Hosted by John Torode and Gregg Wallace) champion Dhruv Baker will be cooking live on stage, alongside Lisa Faulker, the new winner of Celebrity MasterChef… find out if they still have what it takes!
  • Meet the MasterChefs – Get expert advice from John Torode and Gregg Wallace and find out what goes on behind the scenes.
  • Seats at the food show cost just £4 for standard seats and £6 for Gold seats (front area).

Gordon Ramsay cooking live in glasgow

Are You Hungry Yet?

Indulge your senses in dishes inspired by the TV programme in the MasterChef Restaurant. The restaurant will operate as a pop up restaurant, serving small, tapas sized dishes based on winning recipes featured on the programme.Dishes cost between £4 and £6.

Hot Tip

All events in the Supertheare are enormously popular so book early to bag a seat to see your favourite chef.

Fancy a Snifter?

Drinks from all corners of the world will be available, enjoy the moment or stock up for Christmas. Exhibitors will be offering drinks from all around the world. It is an opportunity to bag products not available from your normal stores and get special deals on all your favourite drinks at the Glasgow food show.

Competition Time…Who Doesn’t Want a Freebie?

Kitchen appliance supplier Miele are offering you chance to experience and win a free standing steam oven or coffee machine by visiting the team on their stand F62.

Get a Discount

Use the code OMR in the voucher code area of shopping cart at the official BBC site and get £2.00 off the price of  your ticket! Enough said get your tickets for the Glasgow food show now…hurry! Or head out into the city and indulge in a dish or 2. Glasgow is the UK curry capital, but there are a variety sizzling places to enjoy, visit our restaurants in Glasgow section to see our top 10 picks.

Tags: BBC, Celebrity MasterChef, food show, glasgow, Gordon Ramsay, Gregg Wallace, Homecoming, James Martin, John Torode, Lisa Faulker, scotland