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Published 11th October 2018
Autumn is here which means it’s almost time for the BBC Good Food Show to return to the Glasgow SEC. Read on for a round-up of exciting Scottish producers to look out for at this year’s Show.
Plus, with autumn in full swing that can only mean one thing… Christmas is just around the corner! What better way to celebrate than with a day out to our flagship Winter Show.
Get ready food lovers, #GFSScot and #GFSWinter are coming!
We’re preparing for seasonal vegetables to take centre stage at the dinner table. We think you’ll agree that nothing beats a hearty, warming dish to see in those chilly evenings.
Summer Harvest Oils are a Scotland Show favourite and old-time veteran of the BBC Good Food Show. Winning the first Producers Bursary Awards back in 2008, this year marks the tenth year Summer Harvest Oils have been exhibiting.
We fell in love with Summer Harvest’s cold pressed rapeseed oils, dressings and sauces - the perfect accompaniment for the changing seasons. From Chilli infused oil to Bramble vinegar, or Garlic mayonnaise to Raspberry dressing, you can find the perfect product to grace your table this autumn.
Looking for some warming inspiration? Try Summer Harvest Oil’s Roast shoulder of Herdwick mutton with seasonal roast vegetables.
Happy 10th Birthday Summer Harvest!
See them at the Scotland Show, stand D86.
Gin and tonic is the answer, what was the question?
New to Winter this year is NEAT Gin. An extremely versatile London Dry Gin, crafted from a 15th century recipe, containing eight carefully balanced botanicals blended together to create floral and woody notes. The taste is smooth and creamy giving hints of citrus and spice with a lengthy finish.
Created by actor Adam Woodyatt and his wife Beverley, their story is simple...they just wanted to make gin!
If you’re a gin lover then you need to stop by for a shot… or a bottle! See NEAT Gin at the Winter Show stand S116.
Looking for an authentic Scottish treat this autumn? Well, look no further than Clootie McToot Dumplings.
Aside from the brilliantly playful name, Clootie McToot produce traditional dumplings in the village of Old Abernethy.
Lovingly prepared with carefully selected ingredients, following food seasons and trends, these sweet little dumplings are boiled to perfection and vacuum sealed for freshness and long life. These lovely, old-fashioned puddings are bursting with Scottish charm and a genuine taste of Scotland.
Plus, these aren’t your ordinary dumplings. With flavours from Lemon & Pimms to Whisky & Orchard Fruit or Chocolate Orange & Bailey’s… you’ll find the perfect dumpling for pudding!
As winners of the 2017 Producers Bursary Awards, Clootie McToot Dumplings will be returning to the Show with their delicious dumplings.
See them at the Scotland Show, stand C136.
If there is one thing we cannot resist, it’s a brownie! Returning to Birmingham this November are Show favourites, The Brownie Bar.
Created from a passion of all things sweet and gooey, The Brownie Bar launched in 2010 with the humble Rich chocolate brownie. After a huge success, they developed their classic brownie into over 50 different flavour combinations of brownie and blonde. The Brownie Bar now have their own store and small bakery, selling their decadent treats to locals. (Luckily for us, they travel up and down the country to unite brownie lovers and spread the love with their brownies!)
From Salted caramel brownies to Vanilla and white chocolate blondies, every gooey treat is baked to perfection using the finest ingredients and irresistible flavour combinations.
Let’s not forget about their Brownie Bombs and Cookie Corkers (stuffed cookies!)
One visit to The Brownie Bar and you’ll fall in love like us… Stop by at the Winter Show, stand B116.
As cheese enthusiasts, we’re excited to welcome newbies Mull of Kintyre to Glasgow this year. Originating from Scotland's craggy west coast, this unique cheddar is expertly crafted in the historic Campbelltown Creamery, which has been producing cheese since 1923. The experienced and dedicated team behind Mull of Kintyre work to a long-established recipe using the finest milk from the Kintyre Peninsula.
You could say this cheese means business… It’s rugged, bold and full of character, slowly aged to perfection then hand selected by master cheese graders to ensure it’s full of flavour and packs a punch – cheddar style.
Whether you’re mature, extra mature or rather vintage… this cheese is certain to please at the Scotland Show, stand E60.
Thank us later!
Returning to #GFSWinter this November are Show favourites, Smoky Brae. Born from a love of a distinctive smoky flavour, the original idea behind Smoky Brae was to create an epic bbq sauce. This took them on a journey, experimenting in their traditional Scottish smokehouse where they crafted their smoky products, from salt and sugar to chilli rubs and sesame seeds.
The possibilities are endless with Smoky Brae! Their original cold smoked demerara sugar compliments cocktails, cooking and confection. Sprinkle into bakes and cakes or sip away in your favourite cocktails.
Check out their recipe for Smoky S’mores, the perfect recipe to welcome in the next season.
Stop by at the Winter Show and find out for yourself, stand C116.
With chocolate expertise spanning over a decade, this October we’re welcoming White Rabbit Chocolatiers to the Show. From luxury chocolate truffles to artisan chocolate bars and imaginative novelties, every piece of chocolate is beautifully hand crafted in small batches and finished with an expert touch.
The company takes its name from a 14th century stone carving in St. Mary’s Church, believed to be the inspiration for the famous White Rabbit in ‘Alice in Wonderland’.
We’re certainly in wonderland with their Yorkshire Honeycomb, Raspberry & Amaretti and Cappuccino Crunch chocolate creations.
Follow White Rabbit Chocolatiers down the rabbit hole to the BBC Good Food Show Scotland this October.
Check out their choccy Halloween creations and bag yourself some treats at the Scotland Show, stand E94.
Bringing in the autumn buzz this October are The Scottish Bee Company. Founded from a love of the environment and busy little bees, The Scottish Bee Company felt that the UK needed more home grown, bee-friendly honey. So, they brought their talented team together in the beautiful Scottish wilderness to create flavourful and unique honey products.
From smooth and floral, to luxurious and rich explore the wonderful world of honey, and get your hands on your very own honey dipper.
Get a flavour for The Scottish Bee Company and try this un-bee-liveable Brie and honey bake for a next level Camembert!
Welcome them to the Show this year and pay them a visit at the Scotland Show, stand D106.
Up next… Glasgow!
The countdown is on to Scotland’s tastiest day out this October, the only place to find these producers and more! Did we mention we’ll be joined by Tom Kerridge, John Torode, Nadiya Hussain and the King of baking… Paul Hollywood?
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