BBC Good Food Show in Belfast

The BBC Good Food Show will return to the Belfast Waterfront this November.

A fantastic line up of home-grown food and drink producers will be exhibiting at the show this year, including Ballymaloe Foods from Cork, Barry John Gourmet Sausages from Cavan, Brady Family Ham from Kildare, Mienas Irish Handmade Nougat from Wicklow, Naturally Cordial from Wexford, The Foods of Athenry from Galway and The Jungle Food Company Ltd from Laois.

With a line-up of top celebrity chefs and culinary experts the weekend will be full to the brim with demonstrations, tastings, chef interviews, book signings and more.

Highlights of the event include:

The Big Kitchen

This unique theatre experience will bring guests closer to the celebrity and expert chefs who will be cooking up a storm and uncovering top tips for warming autumnal foods. Michelin-star chef Michel Roux, alongside Nadiya Hussain, The Hairy Bikers and MasterChef’s John Torode are the top chefs and experts bringing recipes to life, live on stage.

Eat like a Local

BBC Good Food’s uniqueEat like a Local’ demonstrations will also take place in the Big Kitchen theatre. These sessions will showcase home grown talent using the best of Northern Ireland’s produce to create inspirational dishes.

The BBC Good Food Stage

After watching the chefs create mouth-watering recipes live on stage, the BBC Good Food Stage is the place for visitors to go get culinary queries answered as Good Food’s Editor-at-large Barney Desmazery, invites questions from the audience and chefs reveal the secrets of their success.

A visit to the show offers a range of tasty eating and drinking options throughout the weekend including food-to-go, the Good Food’s own Pop-Up restaurant and delicious street food. Likewise, visitors can browse, sample, chat and buy from local producers at The Producers’ Village and The Food NI Pavilion or get great deals from big name cookery brands.

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