WIN tickets to festive food fairs

Three cities play host to the BBC Good Food Show next month, and we have 10 pairs of tickets to give away. Be it Glasgow, London or Birmingham, visitors will be able to savour gourmet foods, watch the creation of gastronomic delights and have a chance to take a taste home.

The first Scottish BBC Good Food Show kicks off the events, on 2 November, and features a vast array of the best quality food and drink, plus kitchen and dining products, many with true novelty value. Visiting chefs will be cooking up a storm on stage in The Winter Kitchen, sponsored by Sainsbury's.

The show also includes a drinks section, offering matching advice for food and drink, and wine tasting with Robert Joseph, and CAMRA will offer tutored tastings to help everyone find their perfect pint and match it to different foods.

London's BBC Good Food Show opens on 16 November, and visitors can watch top chefs including James Martin and Gordon Ramsay sharing their devotion to good food.

The Great British Food Festival and Henrietta Green's Foodlovers Fair will be offering the finest quality food products and a great selection of novel ingredients for the tastiest recipes. The Dining Experience offers visitors the chance to taste mini dishes from 12 of the capital's top restaurants during specially extended hours at the end of the show.

Birmingham concludes the shows, starting on 28 November for a five-day food-and-drink extravaganza with over 600 top-quality exhibitors. Chefs on stage at this event include Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsay, Rick Stein and James Martin.

So pick your venue, get in your entries, and prepare to join the Good Food celebration this November.

For more information on the shows, visit

How to enter

Win a pair of tickets to a BBC Good Food Show

Please go to the competition area of the site.

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