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BBC food show to feature top celebrity chefs

DUBAI, December 15, 2015

The first international edition of the BBC Good Food Show is set to feature three action packed days with live cooking demonstrations, retail therapy, indulging in the finest festive treats and mingling with household celebrity chefs.
The show will run from December 17 to 19 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, alongside the Dubai Winter Fest.
The event's star attraction will be the Supertheatre where James Martin, Paul Hollywood, Andy Bates, Silvena Rowe, Ed Baines and Atul Kochhar are set to wow the crowds.
With an additional Interview Stage hosted by Lotte Duncan and Book Signing sessions with the chefs, visitors will have more than a chance to chat to their favourite chefs and find out some top kitchen secrets.
Meanwhile, the selection of stalls featuring the very best in seasonal and regional products will be sure to grab attention with a huge array of tasty treats and festive gifts for family and loved ones. 
The brands at the show will offer everything from authentic Italian products to dairy, gluten and soy free chocolate to sweet treats from the Middle East’s largest candy store ensuring there’s a product to satisfy each visitor’s individual taste.
Once the shopping is complete, a well-earned break is in order and the Tea Salon with its selection of high tea and the finest desserts, provided by Gossip Café, is the perfect place to sit back and relax after a busy day taking in all the show has to offer.
Super tickets are now available, with 30 per cent off when purchased in advance, which includes a day pass entry to the event and a guaranteed seat to watch the celebrity chefs perform their magic in the Supertheatre.
VIP Gold tickets are also available which includes VIP seating in the first five rows of the Supertheatre, access to the VIP lounge, a glass of bubbly or a pot of tea and valet parking. - TradeArabia News Service

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