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TLC presents food series 'Heston's Fantastical Food'

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MUMBAI: Join the imaginary world of culinary alchemist Heston as he will create amazing supersized versions of meals and treats, bringing back the wonder and excitement of childhood food in Heston's Fantastical Food. The spell-binding series will rekindle the love for the most important meal of the day, by making the most amazing Breakfast Britain has ever seen.

Premiering on June 2, Heston's Fantastical Food will air Monday to Friday at 7 PM only on TLC.

In each episode of Heston's Fantastical Food, Heston will tackle the meal mum’s told us never to miss – Breakfast. Heston will create the world’s largest boiled egg and cereal on a massive scale. He will then construct the biggest ‘99 ice cream and flake the world has ever seen and large enough to feed a whole town.

Tea break will be celebrated with an enormous pyramid tea bag creating a gigantic pot of tea; not forgetting the supersized packet of Heston’s extra special dunking biscuits. Heston will turn Willy Wonka and celebrate all things ‘sweets’ - from the world’s biggest packet of Rolos to lickable paintings. These are some of the creations Heston will produce and awe the viewers in Heston's Fantastical Food

Rahul Johri, Executive Vice President and General Manager- South Asia and Head of Revenue, Pan- Regional Ad Sales & Southeast Asia, Discovery Networks Asia – Pacific said, “TLC continues to deliver extraordinary lifestyle entertainment with its eclectic programming mix. The magical series Heston's Fantastical Food will wow, entertain and enthral the Indian audience.”  

Everything is grand and created on a larger-than-life scale. The fun continues when Heston takes on great British institution by creating an entire pub inside a giant pie, an edible pool table and fruit machines dispensing snacks enough food to feed an entire village.

Heston will challenge himself by showcasing massive feats of food engineering. It’s certainly not easy cooking but Heston’s skill and scientific knowhow will be put to the test. TLC will awaken the kid in every viewer through Heston's Fantastical Food.

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