!!> Ebook ➥ Eating Royally: Recipes and Remembrances from a Palace Kitchen ➦ Author Darren McGrady – Varanus.us

Eating Royally: Recipes and Remembrances from a Palace KitchenMeals And Memories From Princess Diana S Personal Chef.All Families Have Their Favorite Foods Including The House Of Windsor Darren McGrady, Personal Chef To Princess Diana And Chef To The Royal Family For Fifteen Years, Has Collected Than 100 Recipes In Eating Royally And Behind The Scenes Stories That Offer Insight Into The Royal Family S Lives.From Hearty Cooking To Gourmet Eating, These Dishes Will Impress Even The Most Discerning Palates Recipes Include Traditional English Fare, And, Of Course, Royal Favorites, Such As Spring Asparagus Soup With Dill Poached Eggs En Croute Gleneagles Pate Earl Grey Tea Cake Gaelic Steaks Royal Tea Scones Eggs Drumkilbo Summer Pudding Iced Praline SoufflesMcGrady Witnessed The Rich History And Surprisingly Normal Family Life Of The Royals, All While Preparing Elegant Food With Classical French Influences For Their Table.Filled With Touching Photographs, Mementos, And Personal Messages, Eating Royally Chronicles One Chef S Extraordinary Experiences Within The Walls Of Buckingham Palace.

!!> Ebook ➥ Eating Royally: Recipes and Remembrances from a Palace Kitchen ➦ Author Darren McGrady – Varanus.us
  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Eating Royally: Recipes and Remembrances from a Palace Kitchen
  • Darren McGrady
  • English
  • 21 December 2017
  • 9781401603212

    10 thoughts on “!!> Ebook ➥ Eating Royally: Recipes and Remembrances from a Palace Kitchen ➦ Author Darren McGrady – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    So much dairy,eggs,meat and cheese I d be sick but I m a vegan so for someone who isn t and likes the royals this would be a fun book.Some nice stories from the author about his experience being a che...


  2. says:

    Darren McGrady began working for the Royal Family as a pastry chef and quickly moved up the ranks to serve as Diana s personal chef until her death in 1997 Here he presents many of the recipes he served the Royals, and Diana in particular Filled with artifacts, personal notes, photographs and never before seen memorabilia, this is much than a cookbook It is an opportunity to see how the Royals really live and to eat the exact recipes that graced the tables of Windsor, Balmoral, Kensington, and Buckingham Palaces.The book is filled with entertaining anecdotes about the Royal Family as well as amazing facts about the royal residences For instance, I think it is Windsor Castle where the kitchen is a 20 minute walk from the dining room, and the food still has to arrive hot and fresh Aboard the royal yacht Britannia now decommissioned , they were w...


  3. says:

    I would have liked information about day to day life, cooking for and serving the royal family I m not looking for tales, but anecdotes, relationships between the staff


  4. says:

    Interesting stories about British food and the Royal family and what they eat I wish I had a personal chef


  5. says:

    If you want to know what the Queen eats or what Princess Diana ate this is the book for you It was written by one of the royal chefs who then went to work as the private chef of Princess Diana.The book is broken down into 7 chapters The Royal Year, Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, HMY Britannia, Balmoral Castle, Ssandringham House...


  6. says:

    I really liked this cookbook His stories from the kitchens of the various palaces and castles that the royal family lived in is very interesting I was surprised to learn they eat so much of what s grown on their own land from fruit, vegetables, to dairy and game meat I have two problems with this cookbook I have a first edition so possibly, hopefully, they are corrected in later editions On page 64 is a recipe for Pommes Fondantes Only half of the instructions are printed, they left half off ...


  7. says:

    The concept of the book is good And despite the silly title and a few typos in the cookbook, I enjoyed it Darren McGrady was a cook and pastry chef for the British royal family, soon after Princess Di married Charles Before her death, he was Princess Di s personal Chef Besides recipes of things I don t think I d ever cook of royal favorite dishes, there s a lot of...


  8. says:

    This book was visually stunning and so well written what very pleasantly surprised me was, even though the dishes listed were the favorites of royalty, they were really simple dishes just made well with fresh Ingriedients The remembrances made me smile It was obvious By the way darren speaks of Princess Diana and by the notes sh...


  9. says:

    Who wouldn t want to know what the Queen eats This is a great book written by a former Palace chef who started out peeling carrots for the Queen s horses and graduated to Princess Diana s personal chef before she died Interesting anecdotes about the Royal Family, the...


  10. says:

    I very much enjoyed reading this book However, as good as the recipes sounded, this does not seem to be family fare for North America And I would have liked a few personal remembrances of royal events from the author Still, I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys cooking or reading about chefs.

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