In ‘Cooking for the Crown’, celebrity chef Christian Bauer travels around the globe to interview and prepare specific home-cooked dishes for the Royal Families of Balasinor, Cambodia, Bali, Solo, Rajpipla, Maori, Nagoya, and Japan, taking them down memory lane and learning their history with food, culture, and family, before introducing his own take on their renowned cuisine.
During his short-lived career as a TV Producer, Prince Edward, the Queen’s youngest son using the name ‘Edward Wessex’, filmed ‘Crown & Country: A Royal History of Britain’, in which he gave a personal tour of some of the most famous landmarks in British history, telling us how intrigue and treason, violent death and treachery shaped the great warriors and leaders of Britain’s past.
Windsor Castle is the magnificent seat of the British Monarchy which is the world’s oldest and largest inhabited Castle, and where the Queen has spent much of the Pandemic, so today we are featuring the lovely documentary ‘Windsor Castle: A Royal Year’, which filmed the behind-the-scenes of life at the Castle in 2005!
The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and their daughter-in-law, the Countess of Burlington, allowed exclusive access to the extensive Devonshire Collection at the historic Chatsworth House, the family seat of the Cavendish Family for centuries, for the ‘Treasures from Chatsworth, Presented by Huntsman,’ an original video series produced by Sotheby’s, which features a plethora of works from the family collection. Continue reading