Major Dickie has been working hard improvising the required cooking implements. He’s created a steam jet using the boiler and the washing machine, fired up the towel rail heater and converted the wood burning stove into an oven.
Bring on Heston – we’re ready for anything!
How could you?
After all that incredible food and amazing courses he gave you.
Which one of you picked a fight with poor Heston Bloomin-Wonderful and bopped him on the nose?
We started well with the 2 bottles of sherry. Major Dickie found the drill and threw away the coffee so he could create the ‘cement mixer‘.
I remember we put on the Janet and John CD – as directed by the food historian chappy.
I think things started going down-hill due to the numerous tasting sessions, as I can’t remember much after pouring the second bottle of sherry into the syrup.
This morning the kitchen walls have bits of red, green and yellow birdseed stuck to them, my hairdryer is glued to the coffee tin and there’s a very interesting mix of olives and strawberry jam at the bottom of one of the saucepans. We also appear to be out of eggs.
I am not feeling very well.
Broadcast – but 1 day later to Heston himself when he was on TW’s show on Thursday 13th!
Oh dear, I have to say he lost me early on last night with all that rice cooking, drying and frying but then at last an ingredient every Tog understands – HORLICKS!
So I see you’re off to sample some Reindeer road-kill courtesy of Heston. I should have guessed you’d be first in the queue when provender is on offer!
Given the way he likes to offer a total experience when he serves his dishes I do hope for your sake that the sounds coming down the headphones are not either screeching brakes and car crash noises or the tune of Rudolph the rednose reindeer – I think either of those might put you off your food!