BBC Good Food Show London opens for business

Michel Roux Jr, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry opened the doors of the BBC Good Food Show London at Olympia yesterday (Friday November 15).

At the three-day show, which runs until November Sunday 17, visitors have the opportunity to sample and buy from over 300 food and drink brands and artisan producers, and to see celebrity cooks in action.

Highlights include: The Supertheatre – with celebrity faces from The Great British Bake Off, Saturday Kitchen and MasterChef cooking live; The Great British Bake Off Village – a new addition to the show, this area is devoted to all things baking, and is a place where attendees can learn new techniques and buy equipment; The Interview Stage, sponsored by Tesco finest, featuring The Great British Bake Off winner Frances Quinn, Phil Vickery, Gregg Wallace, MasterChef winner Natalie Coleman and many more; and The Winter Kitchen, sponsored by Hellmann’s, which is hosting demonstrations from the faces of TV hits MasterChef and The Great British Bake Off as well as hosting the live finals of the Hellmann’s ‘Sandwich of the Century’ competition.

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