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November 1, 2016

What does the future hold for Bake Off now that the smash show is moving to Channel 4?

Will Paul Hollywood have the star power to make the show work? Who will his co-stars be?

Ask him yourself this weekend as the BBC Good Food Show Scotland rolls into the SECC.

Mr Hollywood is one of the culinary stars who will be appearing in the show’s SuperTheatre alongside chefs such as John Torode, Michel Roux jnr and Tom Kerridge.

Home-grown talent

Home-grown talent includes Tom Kitchin of The Kitchin and Neil Forbes of Café St Honoré.

There is also a strong showing from the chefs and mixologists of Kained Holdings, the company responsible for innovative Glasgow restaurants such as Porter and Rye, The Finnieston and The Crafty Pig.

In some previous years, celeb chefs such as Gregg Wallace have run the show’s pop-up restaurants.

This year, the locals are in charge. Chefs from The Finnieston are rattling the pans on Friday; Gamba takes over on Saturday and, finally, Porter and Rye will be taking the reins on the Sunday.

There will also be Taste of Glasgow sessions presented by Glasgow Restaurant Association.

Local flavours

This is your chance to sample some of the city’s finest flavours from local favourites including seasonal treats from Two Fat Ladies, top quality produce from Hutchesons and fine beer from Drygate Brewery.

Each informal tasting session costs £4.

Visitors can also look forward to the delights of the Producer’s Village, the Bakes and Cakes Village, the Regional Food Pavilion and the BBC Good Food Champions.

The BBC Good Food Show Scotland runs Friday 4th November to Sunday 6th November at the SECC.

Tickets are available here.

Paul Hollywood: flour power.
Paul Hollywood: flour power.