You are welcome to experience the royal meal of your life. Just a week before the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Kensington Palace revealed menu items for the Royal Wedding and anyone who even looks at them will feel a little more refined. After all, the Royals and their guests can only be served by the best of the best.
The eagerly awaited wedding will take place on Saturday, May 19, at Windsor Castle and the chef has given the fans a glimpse of what the royal wedding menu arrangements are all about. The photos alone are drooling. But before fans get a taste, they should probably know that Prince Harry and Markle were indeed very involved in choosing the menu. According to chef Mark Flanagan, the bride and groom were "involved in every detail". In fact, they visited several tastings in the castle's kitchen in March and tried every possible dish that was made from scratch. Your 600 guests will not eat anything before Prince Harry and Markle have tried it for themselves, because yes, they are really so considerate.
The first type of article suggesting chef Mark would find his way to the royal plates, which produce fresh produce that gives the menu glowing colors and flavors. (OK, vegetables may not sound like the most appealing item, but by appearance this kitchen will make them beautiful and tasty.)
Chef Mark just insisted on being the "freshest" Products that are available are used in various dishes, and the vegetables are supplied by the best farms in the English counties. Photos preview Artichokes, peas and asparagus, all with beautiful, different green colors. And the taste will not disappoint. "Luckily, the seasons just went perfectly, and that became the main focus in making the menus," the chef pointed out to the specific menu options.
If you're not drooling yet, the next preview of the menu was dessert. Desserts prepared for the recent Windsor Horse Show are a good indication of the sweets being served on Saturdays. Chef Mark and his team prepared dishes such as bite-sized crème brûlée, biscuits with mango panna cotta topping and yellow macaroons.
On the official royal website the confectioner of the castle Selwyn Stoby gave a glimpse of how he makes the delicious chocolate truffles (which are favorites in Windsor Castle). He and his team fill each individual chocolate dish with a "special" chocolate sauce that has been carefully mixed in a bowl. Photos show trays of hollow chocolate bowls with nearby bowls filled with melted chocolate. It basically sounds like a sweet tooth cat. Then the truffles are capped before being dipped in more melted chocolate. Hopefully no one attending this wedding has a strict diet.
Back in 2015, the Internet has the menu at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton (because why not true?) And maybe it can be used as a preview until further Details are revealed. The Marie Claire three-course meal at their wedding began with marinated South Uist salmon, Lyme Bay crab, wild Hebridean langoustine and a fresh herbal salad. The second course had familiar items that the kitchen is now preparing (note: asparagus). It consisted of saddles from North Highland Mey Select organic lamb, highgrove spring vegetables, English asparagus, Jersey Royal potatoes, and a secret "Windsor sauce." The dessert consisted of a trio of Berkshire honey ice cream, sherry trifle and chocolate parfaits served with coffee and mint tea.
Now, if any royal wedding visitors smuggled some remnants back into the States, that would be fabulous.