They’re part of Heston’s Fantastical Food Christmas episode, but when we saw Heston’s Edible Christmas fairy Lights recipe on the Channel 4 website we knew we had to serve them as part of our early Christmas Dinner.
Yet more Christmas products in the Heston from Waitrose range. This time it’s the new Tangerine Sugar Shortcrust Mince Pies. Hopefully they’ll be better than last year’s disappointing Puff Pastry efforts.
The latest Christmas novelty from the Heston at Waitrose range are his Pine Sugar Scented Puff Pastry Mince Pies. We bought some and were hugely disappointed.
In the age of austerity both of the UK’s top chefs go back to basics with classic roast turkey Christmas dinner. Christmas dinner: the biggest and most important meal of […]
Why pay hundreds of pounds on eBay when you can use this Heston Blumenthal Hidden Orange Christmas pudding recipe to make your own instead. UPDATE: After the Lidl taste-test and […]
I feel a right pudding, but not the pudding I want. Me & my mates were in Manchester’s new city-centre Waitrose late last Sunday (attacking the 19p sandwiches with gustoafter […]