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MacAulay and Co at the BBC Good Food Show

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Karen Miller Karen Miller | 15:14 UK time, Friday, 22 October 2010

The BBC Good Food Show is currently taking place at the SECC in Glasgow. Today MacAulay and Co and Brian Taylor's Big Debate came live from the show and I popped across to take some photos and try to avoid being distracted by all the delicious food and drink that surrounded me!

Fred challenged Richard Cadey to purchase 13 items available at the show, one for each letter in "MacAulay and Co", and gave him £20 to pay for them. The Easy Orchestra were the house band, and comedians Teddy and Scott Agnew shared the Five Things we Didn't Know last Week.

Fred MacAulay, Richard Cadey, Teddy and Scott Agnew during MacAulay and Co from the Good Food Show.

Fred MacAulay, Richard Cadey, Teddy and Scott Agnew during MacAulay and Co from the Good Food Show.

Fred was joined by BBC Radio Scotland presenters Gary Robertson, Brian Taylor, Judith Ralston and Gillian Marles for a blind taste test. As you can see from the facial expressions below some of the samples proved unpopular!

Blind food tasting with Radio Scotland's Gary Robertson, Brian Taylor, Judith Ralston and Gillian Marles.

Blind food tasting

Nick Nairn is running his cookery school at the show and invited Kaye Adams (a former celebrity masterchef contestant) and members of Stirling Albion to cook a dish.

Kaye Adams and members of Stirling Albion participating in a Nick Nairn cookery class at the BBC Good Food Show.

Fred was treated to the delights of raw seaweed, but turned down eating raw garlic grown at Scotland's only garlic farm.

Seaweed and garlic cloves

Of course on outside broadcasts such as this the production team need some extra help from volunteers...

The volunteers helping out on MacAulay and Co from the BBC Good Food Show

You can listen again to the show via the BBC Radio Scotland website, and see photographs from Brian Taylor's Big Debate on his episode page.

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