Taste it

With tasty treats to buy and cookery tips from your favourite celebrity chefs, we invited you to step into the world of the food lover


Child eating at a showMalvern Autumn Show was just the place to find something to suit every palate. From biltong to yoghurt, you could pick up a treat from the host of Food Hall exhibitors, and if you were in the mood for a spot of interactive cookery, you could take part in the many talks and demonstrations.

Food Hall

BreadSandwichPiesInside the specialist Food Hall, you could pick up something delicious for lunch or take home for tea. The Hall was also host to the Cookery Theatre, where we invited you to catch up with your favourite chefs throughout the weekend.

Cookery Theatre 

Hosted by celebrity author and broadcaster Mark Diacono, this was the place to be if you love cooking with local, seasonal produce. Throughout the weekend Mark rustled up delicious harvest-inspired dishes with the help of the food producers exhibiting in the hall.

You could also catch TV chef Andi Oliver as she shared her passion for cooking, while Judith Hann, the former Tomorrow's World presenter, joined Mark to talk about her career while making some tasty herb treats.

On Sunday Selasi Gbormittah, star of Great British Bake Off 2016, created food with the theme of fruit and flowers.

Find out more about the celebrities that appeared at the show.

Specialist drinks

There were beer brewers as well as suppliers of top quality spirits at this year's show. Returning to the show, and just outside the Malvern Autumn Pavilion, the Westons Cider Visitor Centre invited you to take a break and put your feet up.

More to see

The RHS Flower Show was a must-see at Malvern Auumn Show, and you had the opportunity to see fabulous displays as well as getting all of the latest horticultural tips from the experts in the Grow It area.

The Raymond Blanc Cookery School treated show-goers to a culinary journey from plot to plate, discovering heritage fruit and vegetables along the way.

Local Arts, Crafts and Food Market was just outside the Food Hall, where there was an array of local arts, crafts and food stalls selling artisan products.

Shopping to delight - with something for everyone in our specialist outlets, you could shop to your heart's content.

Celebrities galore hosted a range of talks and workshops with tips from the experts to get the best from both your garden and kitchen.


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