James Martin took over Prince Charles kitchen as royal warned blow our heads off!07/17/2021
James Martin tells guest not to 'mess around' with recipe
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James Martin, 49, is not unfamiliar with royal encounters and has met Prince Charles on a few occasions over the years. The Saturday Morning host had the opportunity to take over the Prince of Wales kitchen for an evening as he hosted an event at Clarence House.
The TV chef confessed it can often be “awkward” when cooking for notable people including royals and celebrities.
Speaking on Saturday Kitchen, James was later joined by the Prince of Wales where the latter made a cheeky comment.
It comes after the TV chef detailed to the royal what he planned to cook for him ahead of the banquet.
James began: “This is Clarence House. Home of Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall.
“In five hours time, I’m about to cook for 40 people including Prince Charles himself and some of Europe’s leading chefs.”
He added: “No pressure there, then.”
Prince Charles then made an appearance while James and his cooking team were preparing the meal.
The ITV favourite then turned to the royal to assure him that his favourite foods are being cooked.
“We’ve got roasted parsnips,” James remarked. “And you like roasted potatoes… is that right?”
Prince Charles nodded, as he commented: “Yes. Crispy ones.”
James replied: “I’ve been told you like crispy [potatoes]. So, I’ll save you two crispy ones.”
The small-screen star then introduced the royal to another chef on his team who had been preparing the roast beef.
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“He’s making fresh horseradish sauce,” James explained.
While the royal appeared impressed by the meal he couldn’t help but issue a warning to the chef for making a fresh condiment sauce.
“Oh my God. Well, that will blow our heads off,” Prince Charles joked, in reference to the horseradish sauce.
Later in the clip, James praised the royal for his passion for food and supporting homegrown British products.
The event took place in 2014 when James previously worked as a presenter on BBC’s Saturday Kitchen.
The Yorkshire-born chef quit the programme in 2016 and now fronts his popular self-titled cooking programme Saturday Morning.
Taking to Twitter, James explained that he will be back filming new episodes next month.
He penned: “Sorry but we always have a summer break as sport is on normally and the Olympics… back in the studio next month.”
James Martin’s Saturday Morning airs today on ITV at 9.25am.
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