Running until Sunday, the show will be packed with all things sweet and savoury and includes demonstrations from James Martin, John Torode, Hairy Biker Si King and Great British Bake-Off gurus Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry. To get you ready for a weekend of feasting, here are 10 tracks about food.
The Just Brothers
Released in 1965, this track by Jimmy and Frank Bryant became a dancefloor hit in 1972, when it was re-issued by Music Merchant. It's also sampled in Fatboy Slim's global hit, The Rockafeller Skank.
Everybody Eats When They Come to my House
Cab Calloway and his Orchestra
A master of scat singing, Calloway led one of America's most popular bands during the 1930s & 40s. His band, which included trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, had strong links with the Cotton Club in Harlem.
Released in 1952, the melody of this track is based on the Cajun song Grand Texas. It has been covered by artists including The Carpenters, Jerry Lee Lewis, The White Stripes and Van Morrison.
Booker T and the MGs
Asked about the track's name, Booker T said: "The bass player thought it was so funky, he wanted to call it Funky Onions, but they thought that was too low-class, so we used Green Onions instead."
The Beach Boys
Written by Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks, this track was released on the 1967 album Smiley Smile. Its discarded bridge section was later turned into the a cappella song Mama Says.
Roast Fish and Cornbread
Lee 'Scratch' Perry
This track appeared on Perry's 1978 album Roast Fish, Collie Weed and Corn Bread. Produced at his Black Ark studio, it was Perry's first album which consisted entirely of songs sung by him.
Senegal Fast Food
Amadou & Mariam, featuring Manu Chao
Taken from their fourth album, Dimanche a Bamako, this track was released in 2005. It was listed 39th in Observer Music Monthly's best albums of the 2000s.
Released on Wyatt's third solo album in 1975, this track derived from the Wilde Flowers song Slow Walking Talk. The album consists of Wyatt's adaptations and arrangements of other people's music.
Neeps Tae Pluck
Born in Aberdeen, Elrick was a musician, impresario and presenter, known as The Smiling Voice of Radio. He presented the popular BBC radio request show, Housewives' Choice in the 1950s & 60s.
Cheese and Onions
Written by Neil Innes, this track appeared in the Beatles parody band's film All You Need is Cash. The group was created for a sketch on Eric Idle's Rutland Weekend Television comedy series.