This weekend means feasting with our favourite foodie names at Harrogate’s BBC Good Food Show. There’ll be top chefs, fab shopping opportunities, demonstrations and more local inspiration than ever before, using ingredients that brings it all back home.
This season’s spectacular line up includes Antonio Carluccio and Lorraine Pascale who are set to join Michelin Masters Tom Kerridge and Michel Roux Jr. The celebrity chefs will be cooking up seasonal dishes live in the Supertheatre – and visitors will be able to get involved in some unique ‘Eat Like a Local’ sessions – celebrating local produce in all the glory that is North Yorkshire.
It’s a real celebration of Yorkshire’s food and drink with a whole host of artisan and independent producers getting involved. A local, culinary journey where you’ll learn, taste and be able to take your favourite bits away with you!
Visitors can be further inspired by demonstrations, Q&As and live interviews hosted by BBC Good Food’s Senior Food Editor, Barney Desmazery.
Inspired by quaint, Yorkshire villages, this year visitors will be able to while away the afternoon in the brilliant Deliciouslyorkshire Market and Producers’ Village. With a huge focus on the regional food scene, the village will showcase local artisan producers and news on some of Yorkshire’s newest food trends and restaurants, firmly cementing the show as a must for all foodies.
This fabulous, foodie event will run from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th May 2017. Tickets are on sale now and start at £19.
Visit bbcgoodfoodshow.com/harrogate for more information.