In two weeks time the BBC Good Food Show Winter will be back at the NEC.
Whether you are going for the first time or are a seasoned visitor, here are my top tips for making the most of the show
Download the iPhone app
The BBC Good Food Show app helps you to plan your day, with the latest theatre timetables, the show floorplan and current exhibitor list, ticket offers plus tips on accommodation and where to eat.
Talk to the producers
They all have great stories to tell and one of the main reasons for them being at the show is to elicit customer feedback. Many producers launch new products at the show, so you can be among the first to try something different. Look out for Pip’s Hot Sauces, made in Moseley. Pip has won a BBC Good Food Show Bursary to appear at the show.
Watch a demonstration
The atmosphere in the theatres is buzzing and you get to see TV chefs in action. This is the biggest consumer food show in the country, where 41 chefs and food personalities appear on seven different stages.
If you’d like the chance to win a pair of tickets, just answer this question – Which producer from Moseley has won a BBC Good Food Show bursary to appear at the show?
Send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday 16 November. Winners announced on Monday 17 November.
- Each winner will receive a pair of tickets to the show valid on Thursday 27 or Friday 28 or Sunday 30 November.
- The tickets do not include a super theatre seat.
- Tickets will be posted to the winners by a third party acting on the behalf of the GFS.
- Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Ticket terms and conditions apply.