World-renowned Chef Heston Blumenthal creates amazing, supersized versions of meals and treats, bringing us back to the sensations of wonder and excitement for food. From the world’s largest boiled Egg and Cereal on an epic scale, to a gigantic Tea Pot, to creating the magic of Willy Wonka’s edible world, and a festive look at how the Henry VIII court ate, this magical series will wow, entertain and enthrall.

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Season 1, Episode 1

Breakfast

In this episode Heston tackles the meal our mom's told us never to miss, breakfast. From the delight of finding the toy in the cereal box to dipping toast in a boiled egg, it was a time of real excitement and joy. Nowadays for most adults breakfast has become a chore, a cereal bar grabbed on the run or something we skip altogether. Now Heston wants to bring back the excitement and rekindle the love for the most important meal of the day. In a massive feat of food engineering, Heston challenges himself to make the World's largest boiled egg. Then Heston caters to the busy commuters by serving breakfast on the go in his very own express train. Their journey to work will never be quite the same again, as Heston reminds us how wonderful breakfast can be.

Monday
Aug 28
10pm | 9c
Season 1, Episode 1

Breakfast

In this episode Heston tackles the meal our mom's told us never to miss, breakfast. From the delight of finding the toy in the cereal box to dipping toast in a boiled egg, it was a time of real excitement and joy. Nowadays for most adults breakfast has become a chore, a cereal bar grabbed on the run or something we skip altogether. Now Heston wants to bring back the excitement and rekindle the love for the most important meal of the day. In a massive feat of food engineering, Heston challenges himself to make the World's largest boiled egg. Then Heston caters to the busy commuters by serving breakfast on the go in his very own express train. Their journey to work will never be quite the same again, as Heston reminds us how wonderful breakfast can be.

Tuesday
Aug 29
2am | 1c
Season 1, Episode 2

Heston's Giant Ice Cream

The Ice Cream truck provides the soundtrack to so many childhoods, and the frozen treats every kid dreams of. To bring back the magic of the ice cream van, Heston plans to build the world's biggest ice cream cone, over 16 feet tall, and serve it from the back of his very own ice cream truck, to a whole town at once!. This is the biggest challenge he has ever faced as his ice cream will weigh over 2,000 pounds, that's the equivalent of 10,000 normal sized ice creams and will take a month to freeze. With a whole town willing him on, Heston struggles to realize his biggest ever ambition, and bring a great British tradition back to life for everyone.

Monday
Sep 4
10pm | 9c
Season 1, Episode 2

Heston's Giant Ice Cream

The Ice Cream truck provides the soundtrack to so many childhoods, and the frozen treats every kid dreams of. To bring back the magic of the ice cream van, Heston plans to build the world's biggest ice cream cone, over 16 feet tall, and serve it from the back of his very own ice cream truck, to a whole town at once!. This is the biggest challenge he has ever faced as his ice cream will weigh over 2,000 pounds, that's the equivalent of 10,000 normal sized ice creams and will take a month to freeze. With a whole town willing him on, Heston struggles to realize his biggest ever ambition, and bring a great British tradition back to life for everyone.

Tuesday
Sep 5
2am | 1c
Season 1, Episode 3

Tea Break

In this episode Heston celebrates the most notable of British occasions, the tea break, by bringing it back on such a massive scale when a whole town is brought together for a brew. Tea and biscuits are still a staple of Britain, with 185 million cups washed down a day. The tea break was once a time for families, friends and work colleagues to get together. It was once so important

Monday
Sep 11
10pm | 9c
Season 1, Episode 3

Tea Break

In this episode Heston celebrates the most notable of British occasions, the tea break, by bringing it back on such a massive scale when a whole town is brought together for a brew. Tea and biscuits are still a staple of Britain, with 185 million cups washed down a day. The tea break was once a time for families, friends and work colleagues to get together. It was once so important

Tuesday
Sep 12
2am | 1c