Much-loved dessert king Adriano Zumbo will be back in Perth in July to teach local foodies and fans some cooking tricks as part of the Good Food and Wine Show.
Zumbo won't be the only celebrity chef in town from July 13 to 15; he will be joined by MasterChef judge George Calombaris and My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel. The two cooking show judges will be travelling around Australia taking part in Good Food and Wine Shows in other capital cities also.
One of the UK's most popular TV chefs, Ainsley Harriott, will be among the celebrity chefs taking part in an on-stage live cooking demonstration during the GFWS at Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The popular event will feature a private dining room where guests will be treated to an "exclusive and sophisticated dining experience" with a three-course meal and a Q&A session. For $195 (which includes the entry fee), 16 guests will be able to meet the celebrity chefs.
The show's on-site restaurant will present a Maggie Beer menu featuring dishes such as eggplant and lentil stew with pomegranate molasses.
But enough about celebrities and their food. The GFWS will also feature a decanter bar and a wine bar and visitors will be able to learn more about their favourite drop.
Chef Andrew Fielke, who specialises in cooking food using native Australian ingredients, will be presenting cooking classes; Inglewood butcher Vince "The Prince of Flesh" Garreffa will host a butchery class; and a cheese masterclass will teach you all you need to know about ... you guessed it, cheese.
Exhibitors include pasta experts from Barilla, coffee roasters, wineries, and Perth-based French boulangerie-patisserie Jean-Pierre Sancho, which recently took out the Favourite Bakery category of the national I Love FOOD Awards.
If you've been to the Good Food and Wine Show in the past, you'll know it can be a hive of activity and the celebrity chefs add to the buzz.