The BBC Good Food Show rolls into Glasgow for the eleventh time this weekend.

Taking place at the SEC, the show launches on Friday and runs for three finger-licking days.

As always, one of the biggest draws will be the celeb chefs appearing on the BBC Good Food Stage and the Big Kitchen theatre.

Tom Kerridge, Nadiya Hussain, John Torode and the Hairy Bikers are the big names off the telly this year.

There is also a good show from locally-based talents such as chef Tom Kitchin; cookery writer Ghillie Bassan and pastry queen Helen Vass.

Other notables include Marcello Tully, Chef Director of Kinloch Lodge Hotel on the Isle of Skye, and Gary McLean, winner of MasterChef The Professionals.

Good Food Show Scotland: local pop-ups

As you would expect, there will be plenty of opportunities to sample great produce as well as enjoying sit-down meals from local pop-ups.

There will be pop-up restaurants from fantastic 5pm Dining restaurants such as The Drug Store Social, Red Onion and Two Fat Ladies.

The event has an interesting new strand called Eat Like a Local. These are cookery demos in which Glasgow chefs and one of their key suppliers come on stage to explain how they work together.

John Quigley of Red Onion is pairing up with Andrew Ramsay of Ramsay of Carluke. As you know, Ramsay of Carluke are family butchers who have been in the bacon biz for more than 150 years.

Chef Quigley has long been ahead of the game when it comes to dietary requirements. A good proportion of his demo with Andrew Ramsay will look at inventive ways to cater for vegan, gluten-free, gluten-free vegan and dairy-free diets.

Good Food Show Scotland: foraging expert

As part of the same strand, Chef David Hetherington of The Drug Store Social and professional forager, Maxime Jay, will be at the show on Sunday 22 October.

Founder of Coeur Sauvage specialist foraging company, Maxime will be talking with David about how his wild food is used in the restaurant’s menus.

BBC Good Food Glasgow is at SEC, 20-22 October 2017. Advance tix.