Work for the Prince of Wales! There are two positions available, however the heir to the throne establishes the regulations.
PRINCE CHARLES is looking for two individuals who are passionate about organic food and can “keep confidentiality and discretion at all times.”
Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall’s household has advertised two kitchen staff positions. The first is for a sous chef post, while the second is for aspiring Chef de Parties.
While the jobs have varied qualifications, they all have a few things in common.
In both advertisements, Charles and Camilla stressed the necessity of maintaining their family’s privacy.
Candidates for both jobs must be “tactful and respectful.”
Given that they would be working for the future King and Queen Consort, applicants must also have the “capacity to maintain confidentiality and discretion at all times.”
Furthermore, a “excellent understanding” of organic food, which the Prince of Wales has been enthusiastic about for decades, is one of the requirements shared by these roles.
“Be adept in all four parts of the kitchen: Larder, Veg., Sauce, and Pastry with an excellent understanding and working knowledge of organic food, locally produced, and food sustainability,” according to the sous chef job description.
According to the applicable job requirements published on the Royal Household’s website, a prospective chef de partie for the royals must have “a good awareness and working knowledge of organic produce and ethos, or an interest to learn more.”
A permanent contract will be provided to the best candidates for these posts.
Prince Charles has long been recognized for his passion for organic food and farming.
In a video for online food platform Delish, Darren McGrady, who worked as a chef at Buckingham Palace for several years before joining the Kensington Palace staff in the 1990s, said the Prince of Wales was a lover of organic farming before it became trendy.
Mr McGrady added of the prince’s eating habits, “When it comes to eating, no two days are the same for the Prince of Wales.”
“He usually starts the day with fruit, skips lunch on occasion, and has afternoon tea of boiled eggs in the afternoon, followed by something more substantial in the evening.”
“He was a foodie, into organic farming before it was even established,” Mr McGrady recalled of one of Prince Charles’ favorite dinners, lamb with mushroom risotto.
“Brinkwire Summary News” says, “He loves wild mushrooms and.”