Friday, 5th May 2017, 00:00 AM - Sunday, 7th May 2017, 00:00 AM

The BBC Good Food Show returns to Harrogate from 5th to 7th May with top names from the world of cooking

This year’s event has some exciting new features and a regional focus highlighting Yorkshire’s very own producers, experts, chefs and restaurants as well as featuring some of the UK’s top chefs cooking live in the beautiful Royal Hall. Back by popular demand, Michelin-starred chefs Michel Roux Jr and Tom Kerridge will be demonstrating delicious dishes live in the Royal Hall, alongside Antonio Carluccio and Lorraine Pascale. Visitors can be further inspired by simple demos and get their culinary queries answered in live interviews on a new feature this year – the BBC Good Food Stage – hosted by BBC Good Food’s Senior Food Editor, Barney Desmazery, offering visitors the chance to watch chefs close-up, cooking live and being interviewed, plus get the latest cook books signed at the WHSmith Book Shop. This year there’s also a bigger focus on the regional food scene, showcasing local artisan producers in the Deliciouslyorkshire Market and Producers’ Village, and offering new ‘Eat Like a Local’ sessions in the Royal Hall. These will take in some of Yorkshire’s latest food trends and newest restaurants, firmly cementing the Show as a must for all foodies. The Show is set to attract 15,000 food lovers this year and bring over 100 specialty and artisan producers to the Show in the Bakes and Cakes village, Producers’ Village, Deliciouslyorkshire Market and will allow visitors to meet and hear the stories behind the winning producers from the BBC Good Food Champions and Producers’ Bursary Awards. Tickets for BBC Good Food Show Harrogate are on sale now and start at £19.00.

Visit www.bbcgoodfoodshow.com/harrogate for more information.

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