He said this was a “foolproof” way of working, but reiterated that “whenever you put a new recipe on for the Queen, she likes to see the recipe”.
Most of the time, the Queen eats the same food, but when it’s a new dish, and the chef forgets to “send the recipe up” they would receive a note in return.
“This is what I got from the Queen,” Darren revealed and held up a “handwritten note” which read “What or who are the Veiled Farmer’s Daughters?”
As for what the dessert Veiled Farmer’s Daughter is, Darren was inspired to make it by the “abundance of strawberries in the garden” at Balmoral Castle.
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