The celebrity chef believes our sight has become the more important sense, "rather than smell or taste”.
Michelin Star meals don't need to come with the hefty price tag. Use the ideas of surprise and slow cooking to upgrade your meals at home, while still enjoying low prices at supermarkets.
Our current education system both avoids and punishes failure, whilst the creative process actively encourages it. If you haven't failed, you haven't tried. Creativity is an opportunity to explore and learn, and children should not be afraid to fail or ask questions. Schools must carve time out for their pupils to express what they think and feel. To be creative without fear of being judged or rejected by a group of peers. It's incredibly important to facilitate exploration, curiosity, playfulness and imagination. Our ability to imagine things that do not exist is fundamentally what makes us human.
Heston Blumenthal may have out-Blumenthaled himself with his latest avant-garde Christmas creation. The chef, known for
Schools should probably stock up on the dry ice.
Heston Blumenthal has joined that very exclusive club of celebrity gingers after debuting a full head of lovely strawberry
As unlikely bedfellows go, Jeremy Clarkson under the sheets with Heston Blumenthal is certainly up there. Is #WakeUpCall
Despite failing his O-Level chemistry, Heston Blumenthal is famed for his scientific approach to cooking. From fish n' chips
Heston Blumenthal's gourmet restaurant has been closed after a vomiting virus outbreak. The TV chef apologised to customers