Heston takes his inspiration from Alice in Wonderland , the quintessential Victorian novel, to create a version of the Mad Hatter's tea party but with creepy crawlies on the menu.
In the Middle Ages, food was used as a source of entertainment and escape from the harsh realities of everyday life. In this episode, Heston creates a magical feast for celebrity diners.
Heston Blumenthal creates an extravagant, flamboyant and spectacular Tudor feast for a group of celebrity diners including frog blancmange, a mythical beast and bone marrow rice pudding.
Heston Blumenthal creates a Roman feast of pig nipple scratchings, calf's brain custard, a hog filled with edible intestines and an unusual ejaculating cake for a group of celebrity diners.
Christmas is the ultimate feast. A celebration based around food, merriment and more food so Heston invites his celebrity guests for a festive meal to remember. Taking inspiration from the magnificent meals of Christmas past, the menu includes Ambergris, otherwise known as Sperm Whale vomit, one of the few ingredients that Heston has never cooked with; Dormouse lollipops, Christmas venison and a spectacular finale of an edible King Wenceslas wonderland.
Heston explores the 1960s, an amazing age of food experimentation, with a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory feast for celebrity diners - Some strong language
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