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Chicken and lettuce: a Heston repro

So this is a shameless reproduction of a course I had at Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, which means that unfortunately I can’t take any sort of genius points for this one. As with many knock offs there were some things which the original had that mine did not. Firstly, I couldn’t find any oyster leaves and I also couldn’t be bothered to pipe little extra bits of celeriac purée around the plate. Continue reading


Sous vide celeriac purée

This is my first post about the sous vide machine and I’m  very pleased to be writing it about celeriac. As far as the sous vide goes I’ve found that they excel at getting flavour out of vegetables and fruits. Their second best function is the cooking of chicken, other poultry and pork. Continue reading