This year's BBC Good Food Show in London is bigger than ever with an all-star line up of celebrity chefs on hand to share their top tips and favourite recipes.
From Friday November 9 until Sunday November 11, this action-packed event will also feature a wine show, book signings and a speciality food market.
Live cooking demonstrations
The new 600-seat Supertheatre will feature celebrity chefs live on stage, starting on Friday with The Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.
The following day, James Martin takes to the stage with Saturday Kitchen and Masterchef duo John Torode and Gregg Wallace take over on Sunday. Michel Roux Jr and Monical Galletti will also take to the stage with MasterChef: The Professionals. Tickets for Saturday are selling fast so don't miss out.
The "MasterChef Demo Pod", hosted by 2009 winner James Nathan, will also feature former finalists from the show cooking live. This year's champion Shelina Permalloo will join Monica Galetti, Ash Mair, Eamonn Hunt and Aki Matsushima on the hot plates.
Packed with small speciality storeholders who specialise in artisan produce and seasonal ingredients, the Producers' Village is the perfect place to taste good-quality ingredients you can take home and experiment with in your own kitchen.
The Wine Show
Opening each day at 11am, this section will showcase new and exciting wines you can try before you buy. Leading wine experts Oz Clarke, Ewan Lacey and Susy Atkins will be offering expert tasting tips and menu-pairing suggestions. There will also be a "wine market" with boutique wines from small producers and retailers that are usually hard to find.
The restaurant experience
Here's your chance to sample signature dishes from some of the capital's top restaurants, including thai cuisine from popular Blue Elephant, oysters and scallops from Kensington Place and Indian street food from Chutney Mary. Open every day from 11am.
November 9-11, 2012; Olympia London
To book tickets, visit www.bbcgoodfoodshowlondon.com.