THE latest Masterchef winner, BBC Saturday Kitchen regulars, celebrity chefs and some of the best street food in the UK will be on offer at Countryfile Live this weekend.

For four days the event will take over Blenheim Palace and it looks set to be a haven for foodies once again.

The familiar face of BBC’s Ready Steady Cook, Brian Turner CBE will be heading up a mouthwatering line-up of top chefs in the Countryfile Kitchen Theatre, sponsored by Le Creuset, conjuring up live recipes and offering inspiration when it comes to new recipes and ideas.

James Martin, former BBC Saturday Kitchen presenter and star of his own ITV weekend cookery show, is known for his down-to-earth but delicious cooking, and unique twists on British favourites. Fellow celebrity chef Ed Baines, judge on Britain’s Best Dish and a regular TV chef, will also be appearing in the Kitchen Theatre.

Rachel Green is a passionate ambassador for British produce and her renowned recipes and cooking style is based around the best the UK has to offer.

Tim Maddams is not only a keen country sports fan but also an expert in game. Fans of a field-to-fork philosophy will no doubt enjoy his sessions.

Chocolate and sweet treats expert Will Torrent, Scottish spice genius Tony Singh, legendary London chef Jose Souto and Adam Bennett, winner of the Master of Culinary Arts Award, the highest honour given to UK chefs, will all add their talents and expertise to the programme.

If all that wasn’t enough Ruth Hansom, the first female winner of National Young Chef of the Year award, will also make an appearance in the Kitchen Theatre.

Elsewhere at Blenheim, the National Trust Cookery Theatre will also play host to some big names from the food world.

Saliha Ahmed found time in her busy medical career to be a competitor on Masterchef this year, beating all the competition to land the title with her modern and exciting take on South East Asian food.

Award-winning chef and food writer Tom Hunt is a champion of sustainable, ethical dining. Having spent many years working alongside Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall he now writes regularly for national magazines and newspapers and is working on his second cookbook.

Paul Ainsworth has been a regular on our TV screens since 2011 when he won BBC 2’s The Great British Menu. Saturday Kitchen, Sunday Brunch, This Morning and Yes Chef are just a handful of the shows he regularly appears on.

Another chef with a Cornish connection is Richard McGeown, Chef Patron of Couch’s Great House Restaurant in Polperro. Having trained under Raymond Blanc, Gordon Ramsay and Marco Pierre White, he is the only chef in the world to have cooked a lab-grown beef burger at an eyewatering cost of 264,000 euros.

Marcus Bean shares daily recipes and tips on ITV’s This Morning and is a popular host at the BBC Good Food Show.

Holly Bell is a regular on ITV, and reached the final of The Great British Bake Off in 2011. Her blog Recipes From a Normal Mum is not only award-winning but earned her a massive online following.

Claire Thomson’s The Art of the Larder was named as one of the top cookbooks of 2017. As well as working for high-profile restaurants across the world, her daily Twitter updates are seized on by her army of fans.

Clive Goudercourt has been helping the National Trust cook in tune with the seasons, experimenting with different ingredients and trying out new flavours. Henrietta Inman will be bringing her patisserie expertise to the National Trust Cookery Theatre and possibly the most famous bakers in the UK, or enjoy Henry and Tom Herbert, aka the Fabulous Baker Brothers, are positively local hailing from the Cotswolds.

Away from celebrity chefs, a culinary wander around Countryfile Live will help ticket holders go on a flavour journey around the world from authentic Italian Pizza, Indonesian curries, Cuban Sandwiches and Portuguese meats to a good old full English breakfast.

The British Charcuterie Tent boasts a huge range of meats under one roof. Sample the wares of the best British charcuterie producers, snack at the Charcuterie Bar and get inspiration on which ciders and beers to best pair with meats.

Finally, to celebrate the best of British, some of the finest British food and drink producers from around the UK will be gathered in the Countryfile Kitchen Marquee so visitors can try everything from chocolates and cured meats to cider and cheese.