Heston Blumenthal’s carbonara

Heston Blumenthal’s carbonara

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

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.

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

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

Heston Blumenthal at home - graphicthoughtfacility 16

Heston Blumenthal at home - graphicthoughtfacility 16

Heston Blumenthal's macaroni cheese

Heston Blumenthal's macaroni cheese

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

Name: Heston Blumenthal's Garden Salad with Sauce Gribiche • Description: "Gribiche is a classic French sauce similar to tartare. It traditionally accompanies fish and chicken, and can also be used as a dip for chips or scotch eggs. Here, though, it forms the base layer of a miniature edible garden, complete with vegetables that appear to be bedded in soil." — "Heston Blumenthal's Garden Aalad with Aauce Gribiche Recipe", The Guardian (Retrieved: 4 February, 2014)

Garden salad with sauce gribiche recipe

Name: Heston Blumenthal's Garden Salad with Sauce Gribiche • Description: "Gribiche is a classic French sauce similar to tartare. It traditionally accompanies fish and chicken, and can also be used as a dip for chips or scotch eggs. Here, though, it forms the base layer of a miniature edible garden, complete with vegetables that appear to be bedded in soil." — "Heston Blumenthal's Garden Aalad with Aauce Gribiche Recipe", The Guardian (Retrieved: 4 February, 2014)

Joutes with bone marrow, green gazpacho, pea puree, verjus jelly, and cheese toasts by chef Heston Blumenthal.

Joutes with bone marrow, green gazpacho, pea puree, verjus jelly, and cheese toasts by chef Heston Blumenthal.

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