Sunday, 11 October 2015

BBC Good Food Show Scotland Preview, Discount Code & Ticket Giveaway

I'm delighted to share that this year I'm one of the official bloggers for the BBC Good Food Show Scotland. I've always wanted to attend one of the Good Food Shows and at last I get to do it in style. You can find out more about all 14 of the handpicked Scottish bloggers in the BBC Good Food Show Bloggers Community. In the lead up to the show we'll be giving you the latest news plus exhibitor product reviews, sneak peaks of the on stage recipes and much more.


The show takes place from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th November at the SECC in Glasgow. You can get 15% off advance tickets online by using code BL15
Ticket Code Terms and Conditions:
15% off valid on Adult & Over 65s Standard Entry tickets only. Not valid with any other offer. Not valid on VIP or Gold theatre tickets. Offer valid 02/10/15 – 08/11/15. All admin and transactional fees included. 1 Standard Supertheatre seat included with advance tickets, subject to availability. Gold seats available for an extra £2. Not all celebrities appear on all days, see website for details.


Now for a quick rundown of what to expect over the three days of the event. Check out www.bbcgoodfoodshowscotland.com for full details of who will be appearing where and when and on which day so you don't miss your favourites. With 2015 celebrating the Year of Food and Drink Scotland there will be an abundance of delicious regional flavours round every corner. Treat yourself to a day out at the show and experience a true taste of Scotland in 2015. #TasteScotland



Supertheatre
The Supertheatre is the highlight of the show, where you can watch the best celebrity chefs in the business cooking delicious dishes live. The all star line up appearing over the three days are Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood, Michael Roux Jr, James Martin and Tom Kitchin.


Interview Stage
Discover the secrets of your favourites chefs' success as they take to the Interview Stage with the chance to get your own culinary queries answered as the host invites questions from the audience. 


Book Signing
Not only can you shop for all the latest cook books,but you could also get your copy signed by the authors themselves


Retail Therapy
This is your opportunity to browse, shop and sample from hundreds of exhibitors. Plenty of different areas to explore including 
Producers Village
Bakes & Cakes Village
Eat Well Pavilion
Regional Food Pavilion
BBC Good Food Champions
Drinks Cabinet
There's even a "shop and drop" area where you can leave your shopping for collection later whilst you go and buy more!
The full list of exhibitors can be found here.


Pop-Up Restaurants
Glasgow Restaurant Association are showcasing three of the city's top restaurants over the course of the show. The Pop up Restaurants will offer tasters size dishes. Simply order and pay for your chosen samples at the servery, pick up your food and take a seat to enjoy.


BBC Good Food Show Scotland have provided two tickets as a giveaway for readers of Foodie Quine. Entry is via the Rafflecopter widget below.
The tickets are general admission excluding Saturday. Tickets do not include a seat in the Supertheatre.
To enter, let me know in a comment "Which celebrity chef would you most like to meet?" For additional bonus entries you can follow me on Twitter, Tweet about the Giveaway or like me on Facebook.
Giveaway ends 24th October 2015 12:00am. Good Luck!

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24 comments :

  1. I'm a bit far to attend myself but shared link to my followers :)

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  2. Jamie Oliver, I love the focus he has given to healthy school meals. As a teacher I have been saddened at times to see schools serve chicken nuggets and smiley faces. It is especially sad in areas where children do not always have the chance to try tasty, healthy home cooking.

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  3. Tom Kitchin-great Scottish chef. Evelyn Johnston

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  4. I'd like to meet Tom Kitchin (nominative determinism!)

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  5. love making bread, so would like to get some tips from Paul Hollywood

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  6. I would love to meet Mary Berry - she is such a cutie, would love to get tips on how to make a really light sponge

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  7. As a fan of Saturday Kitchen it has to be James Martin

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  8. Not one but two, The Hairy bikers

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  9. I'd love to meet Mary Berry! Who wouldn't?

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  10. Mary Berry, she seems to down to earth.

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  11. Definitely Mary B :) - Leanne w

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  12. Lorraine Crawford23 October 2015 at 13:09

    Would love to meet Mary Berry!

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  13. I'd like to meet James Martin. My wife used to have a crush on him so I could warn him to stay away. :D

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  14. Simon Rimmer. Love his inventive veggie recipes

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