What would you do if you came home from work very hungry, opened the fridge only to find a cabbage and some eggs, upon further inspection of the kitchen cupboard you find some rice and black pepper - the question is, what do you make?
This is exactly the problem we have presented to some of the best chefs in the world when we gave them all the 'FDL Bare Fridge Challenge' - a game that sees every chef conjure up their own, very personal, dishes from the same four ingredients.
After the Danish chef René Redzepi from Noma in Copenhagen, the second up to take the FDL Bare Fridge challenge was the British chef Heston Blumenthal.
Famous for using innovative techniques in the kitchen, Heston's latest restaurant Dinner in London shot to the top ten of the 2012 World's 50 Best Restaurants list and more recently was chosen as the best restaurant in London both in The Good Food Guide and the AA Hosiptality Awards.
Dinner has gained its solid reputation for presenting British classics with a modern twist, with signatures such as Heston's surprising meat fruit wowing guests...
The question that remains, however, is - what would he cook with just a cabbage, an egg, some rice and black pepper?
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