Super chef Heston Blumenthal creates a magnificent feast inspired by the excesses of the Roman Empire, an age when food really was theatre. He wants to lay on a gastronomic spectacle for his celebrity guests the likes of which hasn't been seen for 2000 years.
Three Michelin starred cooking maestro Heston Blumenthal creates an extraordinary feast inspired by the remarkable food of the Medieval age. This was a time when food was all about trickery and illusion, and Heston's celebrity diners are certainly in for a meal they'll never forget. On the menu: a bowl of fruit that is actually made of bull's testicles, blood sucking eels, live birds in a pie and edible cutlery and candles.
In Heston's Feasts, top UK chef Heston Blumenthal does what he does best: cooks up a feast. The future of cooking, Heston tells us, lies in the secret recipes of the past. So, the gastronomic adventurer heads back in time through a myriad of historical and mythical culinary worlds on a mission to recreate famous period dishes for the ultimate 21st century banquets.
Cooking magician Heston Blumenthal creates his ultimate feast for Christmas using majestic dishes from history to create his menu. Heston's bored with the ingredients we call Christmas dinner, so he's going to completely reinvent it for some very lucky celebrity diners using the incredible Christmas feasting dishes of our ancestors.
Tonight, Heston picks his favourite dishes from his first series of Feasts, including meat fruit from the middle ages, a mesmerising mock turtle soup from his trippy Victorian Feast, an ejaculating cake from Ancient Rome, and an edible monster from the times of Henry VIII called a cockentrice.
Tonight, Heston is going back to the mad food and gadgets of his teenage years to bring serious 1980s style business to the dinner tables. "This was an extra special time for me," he explains, "inspired by the gadgetry of the 80s, I started my unique approach to cooking."
Heston Blumenthal sets out on a series of gastronomic adventures reinventing famous past or imagined feasts for celebrity diners. Tonight, Heston goes 70s retro, plundering the technicolour wonderland of his boyhood culinary experiences for a feast featuring savoury ice lollies, a luxury school dinner of spam fritters, lumpy mash and cabbage, and a flying dessert.
Tonight, Heston creates a banquet based on favourite 19th century horror novels like Dracula and Frankenstein, including blood risotto and an edible monster, and polished off with an edible graveyard for dessert with edible breasts.
Heston Blumenthal sets out on a series of gastronomic adventures reinventing famous past or imagined feasts for celebrity diners. Tonight, Heston lays on an adventurous Edwardian feast worthy of being served on the Titanic. The menu features an Antarctic roll served on edible snow, inspired by Scott of the Antarctic, and a camel burger, inspired by Lawrence of Arabia.
Tonight, Heston makes a fairytale meal featuring a Cinderella pumpkin, a stuffed boar's head inspired by Snow White, and an edible Hansel and Gretel house for pudding.
Renowned chef Heston Blumenthal returns with a second series of Heston's Feasts where he creates six modern day banquets inspired by history. Heston's philosophy is that food should be fun: a delicious, spectacular adventure in which every bite is a surprise to the senses. To Heston, the future of cooking lies in the secret recipes of the past, so he's travelling back in time to explore all manner of culinary worlds.
Henry VIII was fat for a reason - Tudor feasts were mammoth spreads and great spectacles of the culinary world, combining the finest ingredients with innovation, fantasy and showmanship. Tonight, top British Chef Heston Blumenthal pushes his own crazy creations to the limit, serving Tudor splendour to celebrity guests.
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