TV chef Rosemary Shrager will be cooking up a treat in the Roberts Bakery Food Live Theatre at this year’s Cheshire Show later this month.
The celebrity chef will be showcasing her culinary expertise by hosting two demonstrations each day.
The show will also be welcoming back local chef Sean Wilson for his third year.
Rosemary will also be holding two shorter appearances on both days, one in the Agri-Centre and another in the Reaseheath College exhibition.
Working under Pierre Hoffmann at the prestigious London restaurant, Tante Claire, Rosemary began running her own cookery courses at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle and Swinton Park before opening a cookery school in Tunbridge Wells in Kent.
Rosemary has become a household name following her appearance on I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here as well as being a judge on The Big Family Cooking Showdown.
Show director and Cheshire Agricultural Society CIO, Rob Davenport comments: “The Cheshire Show gets bigger and better each year and this year is not an exception.
“We’re really pleased to have Rosemary Shrager as our celebrity chef at this year’s Cheshire Show.
“We can’t wait to see her mouth-watering demonstrations, along with a long list of exciting attractions that the public have to look forward to.”
The Cheshire County Show is a family-friendly event which celebrates Cheshire’s agricultural heritage ingrained within the local community.
It hosts exhibitions which include trade stands, food stalls and farmers’ markets, as well as holding many exciting competition classes for cattle, sheep, pigs and dairy goats.