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Culinary Stars To Join Princess Cruises’ First Ever Good Food Show!

Culinary Stars To Join Princess Cruises’ First Ever Good Food Show!

A trio of well-known, and loved, culinary and TV personalities – John Torode, Lisa Faulkner and Gennaro Cantaldo – will be setting sail with Princess Cruises as part of the very first Good Food Show at Sea!

Departing from Southampton on 2nd November 2024 with Sky Princess for 14 nights, this ideal cruise for foodies is being hosted in partnership with Immediate Media Live to bring the renowned Good Food Show to high seas for the very first time. Princess Cruises say that they will reveal more details about the special cruise, in the next few weeks. 

Guests onboard the cruise can expect to hear from the top three food and drinks stars during a range of cooking demonstrations, tutored tastings, cocktail classes, hands-on workshops, and more.

“Renowned for our exceptional onboard cuisine and captivating immersive experiences, Princess Cruises is extending our culinary reputation with this exciting partnership to bring the Good Food Show to the high seas.

Just like its well-established land-based counterpart, this maritime edition offers unparalleled access to UK food heroes through immersive experiences, cooking demonstrations and onboard entertainment.”

Eithne Williamson, vice president Princess Cruises UK and Europe

John Torode is a familiar face on British television, including ITV’s This Morning, and is beloved for his straight-talking judging of BBC 1’s Masterchef. He’ll be doing his own cooking demonstrations onboard Sky Princess, alongside his colleagues Lisa Faulkner and Gennaro Contaldo. 

Actress, cookery writer and presenter Lisa Faulkner is best known for her stellar performance on Celebrity Masterchef in 2010, and has since gone on to sell hugely popular cookbooks, present alongside her husband John Torode on John & Lisa’s Weekend Kitchen, and contribute to ITV’s Lorraine programme with a number of delectable insights. 

Widely recognised as the Italian legend who taught superstar chef Jamie Oliver, Gennaro Contaldo regularly features on popular series Jamie Cooks Italy, BBC2’s Two Greedy Italians alongside the late, great Antonio Carluccio, and BBC1’s Saturday Kitchen. 

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