Good Food Day

What an amazing day I had at the BBC Good Food Show yesterday. For any ‘foodie’ it really is heaven in an exhibition centre. If you’ve never been I urge you to go next year. Whether you like cooking at home or prefer eating out there’s something for everyone. My friend Shamli and I started our day watching a live performance by the talented James Martin. With his brash Yorkshire mannerisms he makes elegant food unpretentious. He did a mini version of Saturday Kitchen Live with the help of the excellent Theo Randall and with guest star radio presenter Chris Evans. I know they say sarcasm is the lowest form of wit but Evans had me in fits of giggles yesterday.

We followed Martin through to a question and answer session and then on to a book signing. I did feel like we were stalking him slightly but it was worth it to have my photo taken with him. Shamli’s very helpful comment to interrupt my glee was that Martin’s head looked twice the size of mine! On looking at it I agree. I’m not sure if he has a particularly large head or me a small one. I suppose it’s because he is over a foot taller than me, it’s a good thing he was sitting down or we may have looked like we were at a photo event promoting The Hobbit!

Our little circuit of following Martin was repeated with a similar one for Michel Roux Jnr. What a superb chef and actually a lot less scary in real life! The rest of the day was as you can imagine. Some great food, a wander round the stalls and some souvenir shopping…a bit of cheese, some kitchen gadgets and a very fun replica Masterchef apron. I don’t think I’m quite at the Masterchef level (yet!) but a girl can dream…

One Comment Add yours

  1. SS, London says:

    Excellent blog enjoyed reading it. And James Martin does seem to have an enormous face. Looking forward to the next posting!

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