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Moshi Monsters Series 9 Countdown #14: Cooking up storm…Prof Heff

Moshi Monsters Series 9: Proff Heff

The Moshi Series 9 countdown is at it again; there is a bit of a theme here, with some of the characters from the series reminding me of either myself as Posy did yesterday, or the occasional famous brand or person. This time Heston Blumenthal seems to spring to mind when I see Prof Heff the Molecular Chef…


Our Heston is famous for his complicated sciency-like cooking, and Proff Heff seems to be no different. If you are after simple boiled egg, forget it…Prof Heff won’t be able to do it unless it requires a degree in chemsitry to get it right, he won’t even poach a gooberry unless it’s boiled under strict laboratory conditions. Despite the complicated approach to cooking though, I don’t think there is any chance that the moshlings won’t like what he makes, just a bit hard getting him to cook it. Apparently, his Slug Porridge with Vaporised Oobla Doobla is fabulous. Mmm, slimy and to die for!


He needs good ingredients for his cooking, so can be found foraging for fluffles and dissecting gooberries.


He keeps a ship-shape kitchen though, so hates dirty surfaces and as his food takes so long to cook, and is sooooo involved, fast food is out!

We are getting towards the en of the coundown, only two days to go now. Keep up to date with all Prof Heff and his friends by subscribing to the blog so you know what we have in store for you on launch day, February 14th this week. :-D


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