“It sounds corny, but I knew from the outset that I’d found my soul mate,” Mrs Blumenthal, 47, said in a magazine interview four years ago.
“There was a deep connection between us and even though we were just teenagers, we knew we had found something special.
She has previously worked as a pastry chef at Jamie Oliver’s restaurant Fifteen, and has made no secret of her interests in life. Two of my favourite things, and the most powerful of all human drives,” she has said.
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Self-proclaimed “chef first, scientist second” Heston Blumenthal has been a pioneer of British cooking for over 20 years, ever since he transformed a Berkshire pub into the iconic Michelin-starred restaurant, The Fat Duck, in 1995.
After opening more restaurants, writing numerous books and newspaper columns and developing ranges for Waitrose and Sage, Blumenthal has also fronted television series such as creating his unconventional signature concoctions such as snail porridge and bacon and egg ice cream.
He said: ‘She has supported me every step of the way. We’ve had our rocky patches, but the thought of splitting up has never crossed my mind.
Heston Blumenthal was pictured at London's Chiltern Firehouse on a date night with new girlfriend Stephanie Gouveia, and her handbag certainly gave us some food for thought!
This objective perspective doesn’t make cooking a cold, calculated process - in fact it’s quite the opposite – it encourages failure and creativity.
Eating is such an essential part of everyday life that people often forget how exciting, experimental and joyful food can be. And that’s what science, and to a larger extent cooking should be about – challenging convention and asking questions.
In a wide-ranging interview the Michelin-starred chef shed light on his improved relationship with his three children after he missed seeing them grow up because he spent so many hours building his business.
Next week a Channel 4 documentary of his challenge, called Heston’s Dinner in Space, will show Major Tim Peake eating his specially-designed menu of tinned food which will include the first ever bacon sandwich.
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