Queen Elizabeth eats the same thing every day: a private chef

According to the former private chef, Queen Elizabeth II has been eating jam sandwiches every day since she was a little girl.

Darren McGrady Claims on his YouTube channel The Queen prefers to preserve strawberries made from fruit picked from the grounds of Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

“The Queen has been serving jam to pennies in the nursery as a little girl. I’ve had her for afternoon tea ever since,” he said in a recent video that appeared in a video posted in July last year. into circles the size of an old British coin.

According to the former private chef, Queen Elizabeth II has been eating jam sandwiches every day since she was a little girl.
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The royal family prefers to keep strawberries made from the fruit cut in the grounds of Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
The royal family prefers to keep strawberries made from the fruit cut in the grounds of Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
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Sandwiches are made of bread with a little butter and a dash of jam, then cut into circles the size of an old British coin.
Sandwiches are made of bread with a little butter and a dash of jam, then cut into circles the size of an old British coin.
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Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and King Hassan eat with their hands while attending a feast in the desert on October 27, 1980 in Morocco.
Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and King Hassan eat with their hands while attending a feast in the desert on October 27, 1980 in Morocco.
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As part of the delicate tradition of afternoon tea, McGrady, from He says he’s been the Queen’s chef for 11 yearsHe also revealed the King’s solution to a problem familiar to fans of British cakes: jam first or cream?

“The Queen has always been first,” he said in a separate video. “The jam continued, followed by that delicious clotted cream.”

In addition to the preserve, the 96-year-old king has always been privy to fresh strawberries. “The Queen would eat strawberries three or four nights a week at Balmoral if they were in season,” he says.

"The Queen would eat strawberries three or four nights a week at Balmoral if they were in season," McGrady said.
“The Queen would eat strawberries three or four nights a week at Balmoral if they were in season,” McGrady said.
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For scones, the queen is said to put the jam first before the cream.
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McGrady He says it was Queen Elizabeth II’s chef for 11 years.
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Queen Elizabeth II He also reportedly drinks alcohol daily.
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But woe to anyone who tried to give her berries out of season. McGrady joked that the January batch at the dinner table meant “get your head out”.

The palace did not comment on the Queen’s favorite sandwiches.

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