Saturday, 20 April 2013

Free Giveaway~ BBC GOOD FOOD SHOW TICKETS


BBC Good Food Show Summer



The BBC Good Food Show Summer is running from 12–16 June at the NEC in Birmingham and to celebrate we have teamed up with the organisers to offer you this fantastic prize! Win 5 pairs of general admission tickets to enjoy a day at the Show. (1 pair of tickets per winner only)

The Show is packed full of celebrity chefs including Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry, James Martin, John Torode and Gregg Wallace demonstrating live on the Supertheatre sponsored by Tesco Real Food. Plus see your favourite TV programmes brought to life including The Great British Bake Off, MasterChef and Saturday Kitchen. 

Shop till you drop from over 200 food stands. Visit the Producers’ Village and the Good Food Champions area to find small and artisan produce that you won’t see on the high street and Don’t forget your ticket also gets you free entry to BBC Gardeners’ World Live where you can learn how to grow your own from some of the nation’s top gardening experts!





To book tickets and for more information on the BBC Good Food Show Summer please visit bbcgoodfoodshowsummer.com or call 0844 581 1341

Again this year BBC Good Food Show have teamed up with simply.food and  they are offering FIVE pairs of tickets to Five lucky simply.food readers .The Giveaway is open to all UK residents and you must be over 18 years of age to participate. All tickets are general admission excluding Saturday.Tickets are non refundable and non-exchangeable



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76 comments:

  1. I would love to shop at the 200 food stalls Oh my goodness where would you start! xxx

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  2. No contest - would have to be JAMES MARTIN

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  3. I would head over to the demo area to see James Martin.

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  4. I want to see The Great British Bake Off.

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  5. Anything cheese - every time I go I head straight to the cheese stalls!

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  6. Love the sights and smells when I first walk into the hall - just know I'm going to have an amazing day

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  7. The producers village - I love talking to the people who are passionate about their product.

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  8. The Chef's theatre demonstrations

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  9. The Chef's Theatre demonstrations

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  10. I would like to shop the stalls & food tasting too

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  11. I love walking into the halls, the smells and the anticipation of the day ahead. So exciting

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  12. The Chef's Theatre demonstrations

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  13. I look forward to the demonstrations

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  14. Would love the live demonstrations, would be amazing

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  15. THe best bit of the Good Food Show for me is checking out the stalls, I especially enjoy buying great quality spices.

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  16. I love talking to all the stallholders about their produce - you learn so much about people's passions!

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  17. Look forward to seeing Mary Berry's demostrations. Her recipes are delicious. Never fail. Working my way through her Cookbook.

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  18. Would love to see Masterchef brought to life!

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  19. went a couple of years ago and would love to go again

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  20. Seeing expects in action and the great product testers bound to be there

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  21. The celebrity demonstrations and the great product tests!

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  22. I love the food stalls and the samples

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  23. I love all of it, but particularly like the demonstrations and tastings.... x

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  24. Anything to do with The Great British Bake Off! :)

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  25. Cheese,Cheese and more cheese. There is nothing better than tasting new cheeses.

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  26. I love watching the demonstrations and particularly enjoy James Martin's easy humour. I'm also on the look out for new small kitchen gadgets - quirky if possible as they make great conversation pieces and Christmas presents for friends/family :)

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  27. I love tasting all the food
    karen s
    twannywun at hotmail dot com

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  28. I love watching the demonstrations

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  29. All the lovely food to sample - fantastic!

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  30. The independent food producers who always seem to come up with unique and clever foodie products and ideas which are different to the mainstream producers.

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  31. I love the combination of Good Food and Gardening Shows. You can grow it, then eat it, with no food miles, and as few chemicals as you want.

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  32. Sorry, didn't answer the question properly. I would really enjoy going round the plant sales, buying unusual herbs to grow and try in my cooking.

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  33. The demonstrations as you get lots of good ideas!

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  34. Mary Berry - can't fail with her recipes!

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  35. Definitely the food and drink stands for lots of tasters and nibbly bits - nothing more decadent than sipping an alcoholic sample at 9am LOL

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  36. It would have to be the race to get the best seat to see the ever so beautiful James Martin :)

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  37. Looking forward to visiting the food stalls

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  38. I love sampling different foods from the many stalls there, delicious!

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  39. I love sampling the different foods from the many stalls there, delicious!

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  40. Trying all the samples - Yum!

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  41. I'd love to visit the show - especially the supertheatre!

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  42. The live chefs' deomonstrations -- they must be sensational x

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  43. Anything to do with MasterChef having just been addicted to the show and now suffering from withdrawal symptoms!

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  44. All the product demo's and food tastings.

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  45. I like the producers village and to pick up tips for grow your own

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  46. I'd love to try all the food and drink (I won't be driving that day!)

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  47. all of it , its all good that why its called the GOOD food show

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  48. i love tasting all the different samples and trying all the recipes

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  49. the whole experience, the food, chefs, tasting and trying, yum!

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  50. I went for the first time last year and it was a fantastic day out. Quite expensive (not the ticktes but all the stuff I ended up buying).

    Would love to win tickets.

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  51. The live demonstrations, oh and the wine tasting!

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  52. I just like to try some great new produce!

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  53. I would love to see The Great British Bake off

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  54. All of it and the experience of visiting.

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  55. Last year I really enjoyed the demos by the professional cooks - for example the M&S theatre had Monica Galetti and she was so funny and lovely. So this year I'd love to attend some of these live demos again

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  56. I love visiting all the cheese stalls - you can never have enough cheese!

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  57. to see the producers and talk to them, to see the passion they have for their product

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  58. to talk to the producers, to see their passion for their product....

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  59. chance to try lots of tasty delights and gain inspiration for cooking and baking at home - always drawn to the tasty bread stall - the onion bread is fabulous

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