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Heston Blumenthal's Perfect Christmas

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About the Show

Culinary alchemist Heston Blumenthal turns his attention to the biggest meal of the year - Christmas dinner. This one-hour special is not going to be one of those Christmas cookery programs that lead to a rush on cranberries. This is hardcore Heston. This is his idea of what the Christmas dinner should be. Heston pushes the boundaries of multisensory cooking to the limit, taking inspiration from the past, present and future of Christmas. Cooking for six special guests who all have one thing in common, a genuine love of food, Heston’s aim is to make them feel like children again albeit with some very sophisticated tastes. Guests Terry Wogan, Kirsty Wark, Dara O’Briain, Rob Brydon, Richard E. Grant and Sue Perkins have no idea what to expect. Sourcing ingredients from Oman, Paris and Siberia, Heston treats his guests to a spectacular Christmas dinner like no other in Heston Blumenthal’s Perfect Christmas.

 
 

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Posted by Linda167Report
Where can I buy a DVD of the BBC 'Perfect Christmas' Program ?????
Posted by Rosanna7Report
Where the recipes??????????????? Please!
Posted by Fairycake BakerReport
Truly not what you could recreate at home! Wish I had the 150 pounds per head to eat at his London restaurant!
Posted by Bec43Report
Heston is the mad scientist of the kitchen i love his approach
Posted by MelReport
Amazing show.
Will the other Heston's Feasts be shown soon? (Victorian, Tudor, Roman, Medieval) Their a Channel$ series rather than BBC, but still......
Posted by DR27Report
HAS TO BE THE MOST AMAZING SHOW ON COOKING EVER WATCHED
Posted by RD12Report
I have to say i am not overly impressed with this guy. I appriecate what he is doing however it seems cooking is now a science and not a luv.
Posted by SpreezaReport
Heston really earns his Michelin stars. He go's to extraordinary lengths for the dishes he creates. Just when you think he couldn't do any more to a dish he has another little trick up is sleeve to wow you again.
Posted by pam-44Report
I am waiting in anticpation to view the dinner that Heston is going to produce.
Posted by MelReport
Whoops, my comment above should say Channel4, not $