Bucks TV chefs on the bill for top London food show

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CELEBRITY chef Tom Kerridge is one of the leading lights of the culinary scene appearing on stage at one of the UKs biggest food festivals later this year.

The Marlow chef shares the bill at November’s BBC Good Food Show with fellow Bucks star Mary Berry, and big names such as Michel Roux Jr, James Martin and John Torode.

This year’s exhibition at London’s Olympia runs from November 14 and 16.

The chef patron at Marlow’s double Michelin starred Hand and Flowers on West Street will take his turn alongside culinary colleagues cooking live on stage at the venue’s ‘Supertheatre’.

Along with his wife Beth, Tom is gearing up to open his second Marlow eatery, ‘The Coach’, which will open in the former Coach and Horses pub this autumn.

Mary, whose television career has spanned more than four decades and lives in Penn, will be demonstrating recipes from her new book Mary Berry Cooks the Perfect, set to be released in September.

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