Ep. 14 - Royal Consorts

Royal Recipes

Michael Buerk and chef Anna Haugh showcase food inspired by royal consorts past and present. The dishes include a favourite of Princess Diana cooked by her former chef Carolyn Robb, a chocolate soufflé said to be enjoyed by Prince Philip, and an extravagant first course named after Queen Victoria's beloved husband, Albert. Plus, historian Polly Russell attempts to prepare a Danish pudding brought to England by Queen Alexandra, the wife of Edward VII.
Aired:
Oct 12, 2021
Watch Until:
Nov 29, 2021
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