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But what's best - a Little Chef or a Fat Duck? There's only one way to find out . . . . . FIGHT!
27 Mar 2010
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This fat duck looks like an animated character that is coming towards you to attack you. Would you be scared or laugh?
30 Dec 2020
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Heston Blumenthal overturns expectations with a gastronic doubletake
20 Dec 2007
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Fizzy Blackcurrant Sorbet World–Leading Chef And Gastronomic Alchemist Heston Blumenthal Spearheads A Nationwide Search For The British Innovator Of The Future World-leading chef and culinary innovator Heston Blumenthal is spearheading a nationwide search for the British innovator of the future. Heston Blumenthal is heading up the expert judging panel and is inviting the nation to get behind their passion for kitchen perfection and innovative design. Entrants need to submit a new idea that they believe could be the invention to revolutionise the future of culinary life and the way we live and work in the kitchen. The competition is inviting Britons of all ages to unite in their passion for kitchen perfection and innovative design. The overall winner of the challenge will be awarded a once–in-a-lifetime package estimated to be worth £50,000. The winning package includes a £10,000 cash prize, as well as the opportunity to develop the product and work towards putting it on sale, with the winner receiving royalties on any future sales nationwide. For more information and further tips from Heston, visit www.Finish****** Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Jun 2009
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Experts Judge Inventors In National Culinary Kitchen Challenge Heston Blumenthal is at the forefront of the final stage of a nationwide culinary competition to find the most innovative Brit, who will transform our kitchen experiences. Since its launch in April the 'Innovation Challenge', has seen hundreds of new ideas submitted from across the UK. The ten chosen finalists presented their idea in a 'Dragon's Den' style pitch to Heston and three other judges, all renowned for creativity in their chosen fields including Paul Pankhurst, Chair of British Design Innovation. The final ten innovative product ideas caught the eye of the judges because their ingenious ways of helping to achieve 'perfection' in the kitchen, such as a 'rotating cake tray' and an 'easy clean sieve'. When the 'Challenge Winner' is announced they will receive a £10,000 cash prize, with their idea brought to market and sold in stores nationwide including royalties on any future sales. The finalists ranged in age from 30 to 65 and travelled to Central London from Derbyshire, Sunderland, Shropshire, Kent, Solihull, Essex, Nottingham and Hull to present their ideas in the final judge-off. Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Aug 2009
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Fit After Thirty, Where Sexy, Fun & Fitness Collide!