Heston's Feasts (2009– )
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Heston's Victorian Feast 

Heston's Victorian feast is largely inspired by Alice in Wonderland, and his want for his guests to experience the excitement and awe Alice felt going down the rabbit hole. His menu ... See full summary »

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Heston's Victorian feast is largely inspired by Alice in Wonderland, and his want for his guests to experience the excitement and awe Alice felt going down the rabbit hole. His menu incorporates the vibrant sexuality and substance induced "trippiness" of the Victorian era. His aperitif, what he calls 'Drink Me' Potion, is a five layer concoction taken straight from the story, which includes essence of turkey. His version of the drink, meant to be consumed in its individual layers, requires a specialized drinking glass complete with built-in straw. For his starter, he wants to create a turtle or mock turtle soup. After tasting turtle, he feels a mock version would be better for the meal, one made from the traditionally used cow's head. But his version is presented as the Mad Hatter's tea party. In the main course, he wants to feature a protein of the poor during Victoria times: insects. He creates a completely edible garden (including the soil and pebbles) with insects as the ... Written by Huggo

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