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Heston Blumenthal creates his no-boil boiled egg. Just add buttered toast.

How to boil an egg, the Heston Blumenthal way

Heston Blumenthal creates his no-boil boiled egg. Just add buttered toast.

Heston Blumenthal’s carbonara

Heston Blumenthal’s carbonara

Heston Blumenthal’s Lemon Tart Recipe by My Cooking Hut at http://www.mycookinghut.com

Heston Blumenthal's Lemon Tart Recipe

Heston Blumenthal’s Lemon Tart Recipe by My Cooking Hut at http://www.mycookinghut.com

Molecular Gastronomy || Moss Forest || by Heston Blumenthal || The Fat Duck Restaurant || via Margot's Kitchen Blog

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Molecular Gastronomy || Moss Forest || by Heston Blumenthal || The Fat Duck Restaurant || via Margot's Kitchen Blog

Tiramisu pots by Heston Blumenthal - nature plant pot food - environmental ?

Tiramisu pots by Heston Blumenthal - nature plant pot food - environmental ?

Heston Blumenthal’s triple cooked chips - Don’t be tempted to fry the chips only once, the key to a deliciously crispy and golden chip is in cooking them in three stages.

Heston Blumenthal’s triple cooked chips - Don’t be tempted to fry the chips only once, the key to a deliciously crispy and golden chip is in cooking them in three stages.

edible white chocolate "candle" filled with caramel Previous note: Heston Blumenthal

edible white chocolate "candle" filled with caramel Previous note: Heston Blumenthal

Spaghetti Bolognese. A creation by Heston Blumenthal.

Heston Blumenthal: The Culinary Geek [Part 1]

Spaghetti Bolognese. A creation by Heston Blumenthal.

Heston Blumenthal's edible garden. The dish consists of a mayonnaise type sauce, with olive ‘soil’ on top, into which you ‘plant’ the baby veg.  The home cook says: "There was nothing particularly difficult about it, but the olives took four hours to dry out to make the soil.  We also couldn’t get hold of the cereal required to give the soil a bit of extra colour, so we added toasted pinenuts instead."  An interesting dinner party dish.

Heston Blumenthal's edible garden. The dish consists of a mayonnaise type sauce, with olive ‘soil’ on top, into which you ‘plant’ the baby veg. The home cook says: "There was nothing particularly difficult about it, but the olives took four hours to dry out to make the soil. We also couldn’t get hold of the cereal required to give the soil a bit of extra colour, so we added toasted pinenuts instead." An interesting dinner party dish.

Heston Blumenthal's Beginners Guide to Molecular Gastronomy - the scientific study of food and cooking (or innovative modern cuisine!)

Heston Blumenthal's Beginners Guide to Molecular Gastronomy - the scientific study of food and cooking (or innovative modern cuisine!)

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