Friday, 13 November 2015

5 things to look forward to at the bbc good food show winter 2015 + a ticket giveaway!

It's that time of year again... the BBC Good Food Show Winter is upon us! Full of festive treats, jam packed with kitchen gadgets and brimming with baking goodies, foodies, chefs and food bloggers alike gather to explore the latest offerings from the food community. Here are five things to look for this Winter 2015. Plus a little ticket giveaway and discount code for my readers...



Renshaw Christmas Cake Decorating School
Get in the Christmas spirit and become a star baker all in one go at the Renshaw cake decorating school. This hour long workshop, which runs from Thursday to Sunday will take you through the cake decorating basics with a sweet treat to take home. Prices start from £12.

CAMRA's Great British Beer Experience
Beer lovers - this one's for you. Hosted by Roger Protz & Adrian Tierney-Jones and sponsored by Campaign for Real Ale, this is an unmissable experience for those who love their British beer. From the art of brewing to hands on testing, this is not one for the designated drivers. Tickets start from £6.


The World Cheese Awards
You had me at cheese. From the stinkiest of varieties right through to melt-in-the-mouth luxury, no cheese will go unturned for this prestigious award. Get involved with cheese tours and talks as we find out who will win the title of world class cheese. Plus now there's a cheese emoji, you can tweet about it in style.

The Midlands Best Deli Winners
After searching the corners of the Midlands for the best deli or farm shop, we can finally announce the winner as Legges of Bromyard in Herefordshire. A well deserved award, the shop has won its very own stand at the show.

"As you walk into Legges of Bromyard you don't know which way to turn; join the queue for one of the glistening hot sausages, peruse the range of local craft beers and ciders or marvel at the meats on offer in the butchery and cold meats counters," explained the judges. 

"Discover new local producers from the Midlands, along with fresh fruit, vegetables and baked goods. Its beautiful displays, buzzing atmosphere, great range of produce and excellent customer service made it stand out as this year's winner."


Mary Berry
Last but by no means least... the Queen of baking! You'll find Mary Berry at the Supertheatre along with Paul Hollywood on both Friday and Saturday of the show, where it looks like they'll be creating a mix of seasonal and festive showstoppers. They'll also be some real talent and GBBO alumni on the Bakes and Cakes stage, which is not to be missed! I even made my own puff pastry recently, which I'm sure Mary would be rather proud of!

What are you most looking forward to at the BBC Good Food Show 2015? Let me know in the comments and enter your details via Rafflecopter for a chance to win a pair of tickets for the show. 

Or for 15% off tickets, use the promotion voucher code BL15.

Giveaway ends 22nd November 2015 - good luck!


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26 comments:

  1. Mary Berry! :D Because who doesn't think she'd be great to see in live, creating festive treats HEAVEN! :D

    Emmie x

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  2. I am insanely jealous! We need a major Christmas show like this in Ireland. Have ALL of the fun :)

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  3. I'm looking forward, as I always do, to sampling the food and drink at all the stalls! Tipsy by 11am (and, of course, a taxi home!) is my idea of fun!

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  4. I'm looking forward to finding new products that I've never even heard of before, especially exciting Gluten Free products.

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  5. While I love going to the BBC Good Food Show every year to sample all the new products, get some great recipes and inspiration for Christmas, this year it has to be simply for Mary Berry! I love her!

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  6. having a lovely day with my girlfriend trying lots of food

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  7. Seeing Mary Berry of course!

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  8. Maybe bumping into Greg Wallace, and the cheese awards, and tasting yummy new tihngs! x

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  9. I love ebi raisukaree: a wagamama inspired recipe.

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  10. Trying all the lovely food, mmmm yummy in my tummy :P

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  11. all the free samples, great place to try new things

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  12. I think the CAMRA beer experience sounds pretty awesome!

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  13. Mary Berry is a must see the shows line up looks fantastic and the atmosphere will be amazing can wait to go

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  14. Cheese...cheese, and more cheese. Did I mention the cheese? (😁- cheesey grin)

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  15. So many good things to see

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  16. I love sampling new food and drink and trying to spot the famous faces

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  17. I would love to see how the Winter show compares to the summer one x

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