The Royal Wedding was the talk of the world this past weekend. And while everyone was obsessed with Meghan’s wedding dress, and the sweet moments between the two, the food department made sure everyone is happy as well.
There is no royal wedding without a royal feast. And as the wedding was approaching, the employees at the Windsor Castle were preparing for one of the most important meals served in the Royal family.
There were more than 600 guests at Harry’s and Meghan wedding. They were served classic British dishes made from seasonal British ingredients. The sweet and sour canapé dishes were made so that they can be consumed in two bites. Dishes in the deep bowls were made so that they can be consumed while standing.
Mark Flanagan was the royal chef who led the team. In the days before the wedding, cooks already began washing and peeing the vegetables, as well as preparing other ingredients for the wedding. This short video gives you a glimpse of how the food at the wedding was prepared.
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