BBC Good Food Shows 2016
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Experience the buzz of meeting your favourite chefs at a BBC Good Food Show! Enjoy a day out with friends tasting exciting new flavours, stocking up on the latest kitchen kit and seeing the best in the business cooking mouth-watering dishes in live demos and sharing their tricks of the trade in interviews.
Don’t miss out on the tastiest day out this autumn and winter season, plus for a limited time only save 15%* on tickets – quote BB15 when booking.
BBC Good Food Show Scotland
Join us to celebrate the 10th year of our Scotland Show! Taste some of city’s best cuisine in pop-up restaurants, plus sample signature tasting drinks in the Finnieston bar.
BBC Good Food Show London
We head back to the capital in November. See Michelin masters creating magic in the Supertheatre including Tom Kerridge and Michel Roux Jr, plus enjoy Saturday Kitchen Live sessions.
BBC Good Food Show Winter
Come along to our flagship Show for a stellar line up – Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry, and the Hairy Bikers will all be cooking live. Plus, you can stock up on everything you need for the festive season!
To find out more about all our Shows or to book tickets, visit the BBC Good Food Show website or call 0844 581 1345.
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BBC Good Food restaurant events
Exclusive lunch at Le Manoir
Date: Wednesday 25th January 2017
Place: Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, Oxfordshire
Belmond Le Manoir, a 15th-century manor house in the Oxfordshire village of Great Milton, is one of the few restaurants in the world to retain two Michelin stars for more than 30 years. Raymond’s menus evolve with the seasons, and his team sources the finest ingredients, many from their two-acre kitchen garden, which produces 90 types of vegetables and more than 70 varieties of herbs.
For our special BBC Good Food event, you will start the day with a cookery demo in the Raymond Blanc Cookery School and a flower-arranging demo with award- winning florist Fabulous Flowers. Then you’ll be welcomed with a champagne reception, followed by a three-course lunch with wine, co ee and petits fours, plus you will receive a signed copy of Raymond’s new book, Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons: The Story of a Modern Classic, to take home with you.
Wild mushroom risotto with truffle cream
Roast fillet of Angus beef with chargrilled shallots & Bordelaise sauce
Roasted Romano pepper with bulghar wheat, fennel & garden leaves (vegetarian)
Delicate lemon cream on a crumbly linzer sable with grapefruit & basil
Coffee and petit fours
Cookery demo in The Raymond Blanc Cookery School and flower-arranging demo in the La Belle Epoque conservatory, followed by a champagne reception, three-course lunch with wine, co ee and petits fours. Plus a copy of Raymond’s new book, worth £50.
The day costs £210 per person and is restricted to 48 guests. You will be seated with fellow guests.
To book, call 01844 277200, quoting Good Food lunch, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunch at Simpsons - SOLD OUT
Date: Thursday 24th November 2016
Place: Simpsons, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Simpsons has long been recognised for its seasonal take on top-quality ingredients and has held a Michelin star since 2000. For 23 years, chef-director Luke Tipping’s passion and imagination has been evident at this relaxed restaurant with rooms, which also has a cookery school. Last year, the Grade II-listed building underwent a major refurbishment, giving it a natural, modern style that is reflected in the food and service.
For our unique Good Food lunch, Luke and head chef Nathan Eades will serve a very special menu – see the sample menu below to get a taste of what’s in store. Before lunch, we’ll take a tour of the kitchen where we’ll have the opportunity to watch the menu being prepared. Luke will also introduce each of the five courses, highlight the provenance of key ingredients and explain the wine choices.
Your goody bag, worth £50, will include Simpsons’ hugely popular, nostalgic ‘pick & mix’, so you can savour the Simpsons experience a little longer.
As the restaurant is just five minutes from Birmingham city centre, why not combine it with a visit to the BBC Good Food Show at the Birmingham NEC, 24 – 27 November. Join a stellar line up of chefs and experts including Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry and Michel Roux Jr as they bring their favourite seasonal dishes to life in the Supertheatre. Be inspired with ideas for festive entertaining, tempting tastes and great shopping from hundreds of regional and seasonal producers. Plus, diners can claim an exclusive 50% off* tickets to the Show – ask a member of Simpsons staff for your offer code when booking your table.
Scallop, cucumber, horseradish & kohlrabi
Ox cheek, anchovy, watercress, wood sorrel & caper jam
Guinea fowl, smoked carrots, hen of the woods mushrooms & tarragon
Celeriac, malt & barley
Quince tart Tatin with burnt butter ice cream
Coffee, tea & infusions
£80 per person (£70 for subscribers), including a glass of champagne on arrival, five-course lunch and wine, plus a goody bag worth £50.