Take a trip deep inside food to discover the wonders of our simplest ingredients and to the furthest reaches of culinary imagination.
Dinner at Stonehenge and Eating T-Rex
On this show the guys take a trip back in time, as they welcome in special guest archeologist Ed Simons to explore amazing new findings about how people ate at Stonehenge, they induct three new gadgets in the 'rubbish kitchen gadget hall of fame', and they set out to cook the impossible, by discovering what T-Rex would taste like 85 million years ago.
Kitchen Gadgets - the good, the bad and the useless
Join Heston, Jay and James as they crack open the kitchen cupboard and have a rummage through the remarkable variety of wonderful and rubbish gadgets we all have hidden there. From Spiralisers to electric Knives, Melon ballers to apple de-corers, this is a joyous trip inside everything good and bad about kitchen gadgets.
Dinner on a Nuclear Sub and Attacking Rude Diners - Mailbag
Delve into another mailbag with Heston as he explores everything from fried chicken and ice cream sandwiches to dining on a submarine, stories of trying to attack rude diners to the best way to eat Scandinavian fermented fish.
Join Heston and he gets all hot and bothered talking about ovens. From hundred thousand pound creations to the humble home oven, Agas to Fat Duck specials, take a deep dive inside this most important of kitchen devices to discover how best to maximise yours and the adventures Heston has had with his over the years.
Fancy a Curry?
Join Heston, Jay and James as they delve into the wonderful world of curry. From Heston's adventures in the spice markets of India to fond memories of the British curry house, they explore the unexpected history and unique cooking techniques of curry, whilst also trying to get to the bottom of the mystery of the hot towels. A spicy adventure into Britain's favourite food.
How To Build A Kitchen
Grand Designs Heston style. In this episode we explore all Heston's thoughts on the best way to build both a professional and domestic kitchen. From a £12 million pound masterpiece to a normal home kitchen, we look at what it takes to make the best space to cook in and how Heston's previous kitchen experiences have shaped his cooking completely. So grand your tool belt and get ready to rethink your culinary space.