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How to make Heston’s Leg of Lamb with Anchovy, Rosemary and Garlic served with Pommes Boulangère and Glazed Carrots

Search through this website and you won’t find too much mention of the word ‘lamb’; I’m here, in part, to set this straight. I love lamb, I often argue it’s […]

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How to Make Heston’s Potted Duck with Date, Fig and Apple Chutney Recipe

Either as a starter or a snack for the gluttonous, making Heston’s Potted Duck and Date Fig and Apple Chutney recipes is a great idea around Christmas time.

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Heston from Waitrose Earl Grey & mandarin hot cross buns review

It’s a hot cross bun, right? Yet another example of Waitrose sticking the word ‘Heston’ on a product and jacking up the price in order for people to help them […]

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Heston V Hawksmoor: Macaroni Cheese recipe

Pitting Heston’s silky smooth Macaroni Cheese recipe against the Hawksmoor Macaroni Cheese recipe, as gutsy as everything else at the London Steakhouse.   See this: It’s a portion of Macaroni […]

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How to make the Heston at Home Beetroot Spelt Risotto recipe

We love eating risotto, but cooking them is soul-crushingly depressing! But thanks to the guys Modernist Cuisine there’s now a tolerable way to make them, which gives us the perfect excuse to try Heston’s Beetroot Spelt Risotto recipe.

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How to make the Heston at Home Acidulated Butter recipe

Let’s all try a homework project: making Heston’s Acidulated Butter recipe. It’s a key ingredient in his risotto dishes.

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How to Make Heston’s Edible Christmas Lights recipe

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.