Prince Charles favourite meal laid bare by Royal chef – ‘He was a foodie’

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The Prince of Wales is said to have food habits that often seem unusual to royal fans. He enjoys organic produce, especially when it comes to his favourite meal, lamb with mushroom risotto.

Former royal chef Darren McGrady told Delish the Queen’s son likes to choose the “most amazing” mushrooms for his preferred dish.

Mr McGrady said: “I cooked lamb a lot at Buckingham Palace.

“He was a foodie – into organic farming before it was even invented.

“He loves wild mushrooms and would take his chefs to Balmoral to show them where best mushrooms are.

“We brought back to Buckingham Palace and they were the most amazing porcini mushrooms.”

Charles founded Duchy Organics in 1990, with the aim of championing organic farming.

The first product to be sold under the brand were oaten biscuits and the company soon began enjoying a good reputation among consumers.

In 2010, the Prince collaborated with Waitrose to setting up a new company called Waitrose Duchy Organic.

The brand has generated over £30 million for The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF) since the companies merged, according to Waitress.

In a statement, James Bailey, Executive Director of Waitrose, said: “To reach this milestone amount raised for good causes is a reflection of the success of the Waitrose Duchy Organic range at Waitrose.

“We are proud to be custodians of this brand and, after a year of record sales, look forward to further success and support for The Prince of Wales’s many charitable causes in the future.”

Former royal chef Graham Newbould, also spoke about Prince Charles’ travel habits in the documentary Secrets of the Royal Kitchen.

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He said: “Wherever the Prince goes in the world, the breakfast box goes with him.

“He has six different types of honey, some special mueslis, his dried fruit and anything that’s a bit special that he is a bit fussy about.”

Prince Charles is known to skip lunch which means his breakfast much be perfect.

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