The Food Roadshow is a smaller theatre marquee where specialist chefs will be demonstrating throughout the day. A more intimate setting where you can ask questions and get a bit closer to the action!
I have the best job in the world: I’m a food adventurer. I know that sounds a bit odd, but there’s really no other way of explaining it. I spend my life working to inspire fascination with food and I do it by cooking, exploring and occasionally blowing stuff up. Actually, I do quite a lot of blowing stuff up.
I live in North London with my family and a menagerie of crazy animals but spend a lot of my time travelling or on tour. I graduated from Oxford University with a degree in English and worked in TV and film production as well as the BBC’s New Comedy Department before I realised that all I really cared about was exploring extraordinary food stories and talking to people about them.
I develop half of my own TV shows, and I’ve made some pretty wild series to get people excited by what they eat: Food Factory (BBC1), Gastronuts (CBBC), Incredible Edibles (CBBC), Full on Food (BBC2), Cooking in the Danger Zone BBC2) and also lots of serious documentaries about hunger, conflict and anthropology: Can Eating Insects Save the World?, Feasts, Calves Heads and Coffee: The Golden Age of English Food (all BBC4). I love food science: Food Factory, E Numbers: An Edible Adventure (BBC2) and I particularly enjoy staging big live food stunt shows. Basically, I like cooking food that will blow your mind.
The Crabstock Boys
Andy and Adrian with their tales of the open sea and what got away, leading into their specialist cookery demonstrations. Learn how to prepare and cook shellfish. If you are like a lot of people who would like to indulge in fresh crab or lobster but dont quite know how, enjoy their entertaining and factual demonstration.
Andrea trained at Leith’s School of Food and Wine, following her training she worked as a chef for several years gaining critical real life catering experience which has given her a wide range of knowledge. She then became a Senior Teacher at Leith’s teaching year diploma courses, part time and specialist courses. This role gave rise to media appearances both in TV and Radio and at the Good Food Show. You can now find her imparting her fun and informal demonstration style at Food Festivals and Game and Country Fairs around the UK.
Car Parking at this event is Free
Sandringham estate have released details of Visitor Centre Redevelopment and Car Park Charging from February 2020 ( Reference www.sandringhamestate.co.uk/news )
Car Parking at our Christmas event remains FREE. Please follow the AA signs into both the event car parks