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Seven fine dining secrets

The very concept finds a new meaning in the culinary dictionary of chef Bobby Geetha
Bobby Geetha, a London-based chef has trained and worked at Michelin-star establishments like Noma, Raymond Blanc and Heston Blumenthal
Bobby Geetha, a London-based chef has trained and worked at Michelin-star establishments like Noma, Raymond Blanc and Heston Blumenthal
Updated on Aug 02, 2020 08:46 AM IST
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Rude Food by Vir Sanghvi: A bit of cheesecake

There is more than one kind but a good cheesecake is hard to find
Cheesecakes seem to be catching on in India and Annamaya at the Andaz does some outstanding ones like this peanut butter one
Cheesecakes seem to be catching on in India and Annamaya at the Andaz does some outstanding ones like this peanut butter one
Updated on May 09, 2020 10:13 PM IST
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Rude food by Vir Sanghvi: Molecular is meaningless

A great chef and innovator like Heston Blumenthal uses science to make his food better; not to create foams and soils. Our chefs still don’t get that.
Heston Blumenthal is now more interested in the effect of the brain on taste and in the properties of water(Rohit Chawla)
Heston Blumenthal is now more interested in the effect of the brain on taste and in the properties of water(Rohit Chawla)
Updated on Feb 22, 2020 11:42 PM IST
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HTLS 2019: Chef Heston Blumenthal on personalisation of food, mindfulness and more

HTLS 2019: Chef Heston Blumenthal spoke to celebrity chef Sarah Todd about experimenting with food, mindfulness and the personalisation of food at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit’s 17th edition on Friday.
HTLS 2019: Chef Heston Blumenthal during the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit at Taj Palace in New Delhi.(Sanjeev Verma/HT PHOTO)
HTLS 2019: Chef Heston Blumenthal during the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit at Taj Palace in New Delhi.(Sanjeev Verma/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Dec 06, 2019 04:11 PM IST
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Heston Blumenthal

Heston Blumenthal is best known for his award-winning London restaurant, The Fat Duck, and his rather terrifying appearances on the reality TV show MasterChef. He’s the man with the Midas Touch — it’s not just that his restaurants top the charts, he alchemises the food itself turning it into something that either tastes marvellously familiar but looks other-worldly, or the other way around.
Updated on Nov 27, 2019 01:27 PM IST
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Heston Blumenthal

Published on Nov 11, 2019 09:32 PM IST
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The gastronomic perfectionist

Of all of the world’s greatest chefs, Heston Blumenthal is the hardest to categorise. From scientific breakthroughs to recreating medieval cuisine, he has done it all
Heston Blumenthal sprang to fame two decades ago and has had three Michelin stars for over a decade now(Rohit Chawla)
Heston Blumenthal sprang to fame two decades ago and has had three Michelin stars for over a decade now(Rohit Chawla)
Updated on May 04, 2019 10:27 PM IST
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Hustling it out with Heston: What happened when British celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal got a taste of a Mumbai sabzi mandi

We took the celebrated Michelin star chef on his maiden trip to a bustling Indian vegetable market where he ended up frying bhajiyas at a roadside stall.
The iconic chef Heston Blumenthal, who recently made his debut dinner for people in India; Make-up and hair: Ashwin Shelar(Rohit Chawla)
The iconic chef Heston Blumenthal, who recently made his debut dinner for people in India; Make-up and hair: Ashwin Shelar(Rohit Chawla)
Updated on Apr 28, 2019 04:48 PM IST
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Nothing Scotch about this egg

How the Brits took our delicious Nargisi koftas and turned them into their industrial Scotch eggs
The first British recipe for a Scotch egg turned up in 1826 and calls for the dish to be eaten with gravy, a theory that fits in with the Indian origin theory(iStock)
The first British recipe for a Scotch egg turned up in 1826 and calls for the dish to be eaten with gravy, a theory that fits in with the Indian origin theory(iStock)
Updated on Aug 04, 2018 10:21 PM IST
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