The Good Food & Wine Show (GF&WS) promises culinary stalwarts in abundance.

GF&WS has so many treats in store for you, that we wouldn’t be surprised if you kept coming back for more over its three-day run at the CTICC. There’s a host of local and international cooking personalities waiting to blow you away.

First of all, you still have the opportunity to catch a live Open Theatre cooking demonstration by ‘The Godfather of Modern Cooking’, Marco Pierre-White. Extra seats are available, and even if you don’t get ta seat, you can watch him work his magic on any one of the big screens that are located around the event’s venue – it's not enclosed, so standing room will also be available!

Then there’s the dynamic duo of South African Jenny Morris and UK-born Reza Mahammad, who collaborated on the television programme Reza and Jenny’s Food Academy. They’ll both be at GF&WS, cooking together as part of the Chefs Table and Chefs Open Theatre programmes. Added to that, they’ll be opening up their very own pop-up restaurant at the event.

You can also catch one of South Africa’s most in-demand private chefs, Neill Anthony, in action. He’ll be appearing as part of the Baking Theatre, and in collaboration with fellow TV cooking personality Sarah Graham (of Sarah Graham’s Food Safari) as part of the Cooking with Chefs programme. In addition, his new cookbook, Private Chef: Neill Anthony Defined, will be on sale, and he’ll be on hand to sign your copy.

Milanese chef and restauranteur Giorgio Nava will also make an appearance in the Chefs Open Theatre. Nava moved to South Africa in 1999 and has since opened several restaurants, 95 Keerom Restaurant, whose menu is inspired by Milanese cuisine, and three branches of Carne SA, which feature a combination of local and Italian flavours.

If you’re looking for a passion for cooking that has been born and bred in South Africa, then check out KZN's Lentswe Benghu, host of the US series Africa on a Plate, and The Gourmet Bushie himself, Sherwyn Weaich. Each of these home-grown gents will be giving solo demonstrations. Benghu is part of the Chefs Open Theatre and Baking Theatre programmes, while Weaich is part of the Baking Theatre. And, if you thought it couldn’t possibly get better, they will be cooking together at two of the Cooking with Chefs demonstrations.

The health-focused Eat Well, Live Well segment of GF&WS features an array of SA cooking talents. They include Institute of Culinary Arts-trained chef Vanessa Marx, health expert Lisa Raleigh, food writer Vickie de Beer, chef and Drum magazine writer and stylist Hope Malau, and foodie influencer Clint B. Sarah Graham, Jenny Morris and Reza Mahammad will also make appearances.

Buy a ticket to show, and step into a world of culinary wonders, all served to you by local and international cooking experts!