The Queen is keen the royal kitchens cook a wide range of cuisines from different worlds, though she is particularly fond of earth food. Her favourite dish is a properly prepared old fashioned roast chicken dinner followed by raspberry crumble and icecream. Some food snobs do look down their noses at their monarch for such humble tastes but they never do it in her presence so she considers she’s won that argument. She tunes into The Great British Bake Off using her crystal ball as a kind of laptop fitted with I-player device and insists her Head Housekeeper and team of chefs watch too. Recent developments from the royal kitchens have included getting to grips with cooking a Victoria sponge. Even L'Evallier, no fan of humanity, conceded this cake had its merits when it was served with drinks at a recent Council meeting.
The Queen also argues that the griffin and dodo are endangered enough without her Household cooking them as well. Eileen likes Italian food and her favourite dish is seafood lasagne. Jenny is a good cook and her favourite dish is honey pepper beef with mangetout and fresh pasta. Jenny makes a wonderful Victoria sponge (and to the Queen's amazement without any magic being used at all).