A meal has been delivered to Buckingham Palace after a former Royal chef has bared all about the Monarch's supposed burger preferences.
Darren McGrady, who used to cook for Her Majesty, has recently let slip that our monarch enjoys a burger – but not in the way we can all relate to.
The Queen is said to prefer her burgers served without a bun, so she can eat it with a knife and fork.
She also reportedly prefers cranberries served as a dressing instead of dollops of ketchup.
In response, Foodhub has created the 'Ma'amburger', which features two beef patties, cranberry sauce and salad.
Considering Her Majesty can't just stroll into any fast-food restaurant she chooses, the online food delivery service pushed the boat out and delivered the Queen's favourite burger to Buckingham Palace.
It was reported by the company earlier in the year that the hotly debated gherkin was voted into Brit's top ten burger toppings.
While this kicked up a fuss among pickle haters, the Queen's choice of cranberry as a topping could lead to even further debate.
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The royal creation will be available via the app and website at selected takeaway partners for a limited time only to celebrate National Burger Day which lands on 26 August.
Ardian Mula, CEO of Foodhub, said: “With it being National Burger Day, we had to do something special to celebrate everyone’s favourite tasty treat.
"We know the public love tasting new burgers, so we thought we’d introduce them to one of the Queen’s favourite snacks – which we’ve called the Ma’amburger.
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“We’re used to seeing unique food pairings, so we’re always looking out for the next innovation. Once we found out Queen Elizabeth loved a burger with no bun and smothered in cranberry sauce, we knew we had to recreate it and offer our customers the chance to live like royalty for the day. We know the Queen often has her burgers made from venison.
“We made the decision not to use venison in our Ma'amburger because we are making this burger available to the masses and venison is not as readily available as beef and is also such an acquired taste. However, we have added in an extra patty to make up for the missing bun, so Brits can give their tastebuds a royal treat, without going hungry!
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“As for the Queen, we’re sure she’ll be happy to see her unique culinary creation being enjoyed by customers nationwide.”
Also, as an extra celebration for National Burger Day Foodhub are offering all customers 10 per cent off burgers on the app and website from 23rd August – 26th August – simply add code: NBD21 at the checkout (T&Cs apply*).
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