BBC Good Food Show Round-Up Summer 2015

16th June 2015

I always enjoy going to the BBC Good Food Show, it’s fun to discover new producers, chat to friendly faces of those I’ve met before and find out all about new and exciting products. By the time I’ve been and got round to writing this post, the show is usually over but its still good to know all about some of the brilliant people and brands I’ve discovered – it’s likely a lot of them will be there over again in 6 months time at the Winter Show – and this will come round pretty damn fast given this year seems to be flying by!


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This year I really enjoyed watching the brilliant Michael Caines on the Stoves UK stage and also visiting the Bull Ring markets stage with some local chefs cooking up a storm with produce all from the Birmingham markets. For lunch I ate a gigantic burger from The Naked Sausage. An in amongst all this fellow blogger Laura and I did a lot of walking, talking and sampling! Here’s a snapshot of what we saw and what we tried.


Joe & Sephs Popcorn – a huge variety of flavours. I adore their Goats Cheese one and bought some of this and the ‘Cheese on Toast’ Flavour!

Dhaniya Curry Pastes

Dhaniya Curry Pastes – their website even has recipe ideas for what to do with the leftover paste that isn’t a curry!

Gregors Umami Dressing

Gregors Umami Dressing – a new and unique product thats very moreish!


The Ginger Tree

Firefly BBQ

Firefly BBQ – really great tasting sauces and rubs


Bluebird Tea Co


Fabulous loose leaf teas – I bought some Candy Floss to try

Pips Hot Sauce

Pips Hot Sauce – a local vendor

Urban Herbs

Urban Herbs – another local producer


Top quality Olive Oil from Pomora

Little Round Cake Co

Treats from the Little Round Cake Co


And their new custard range



The Yum Yum Fudge Co

The Yum Yum Fudge Co

Forest Pig Charcuterie

Forest Pig Charcuterie


Spicentice Spice Kits are a favourite of mine and I picked up a couple of their newer ones to try out!

The Tea Shed

The Tea Shed – bubbles for making bubble tea, or simply adding to drinks for a burst of flavour


Chocolate Pizza anyone?

The Black Liquorice Company

The Black Liquorice Company – really great quality and so many flavours. They even have chilli flavoured ones that comes with a disclaimer!

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And here’s some of what I got from the show!



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Did you go to the show this year? I’d love to know what you bought – let me know in the comments or on twitter! 

If you want to have a read about my previous visits then you might like to have a read of them here

Disclosure: I receive a complimentary press pass to the show as part of my role in their official blogging community. I am not paid in any other way or asked to promote specific brands. 

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  • Reply cateinthekitchen 17th June 2015 at 10:04

    I would spend SO MUCH money if I went! Great pictures.

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