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Royal Chef remembers cooking for princes William and Harry

4:22 PM, Jul. 11, 2013
Darren McGrady cooked at the palace for Prince William and Prince Harry when he was Princess Diana's personal chef. One of the young boys' favorite treats was peanut butter and jelly muffins.
Darren McGrady cooked at the palace for Prince William and Prince Harry when he was Princess Diana's personal chef. One of the young boys' favorite treats was peanut butter and jelly muffins.
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Like every mother, the late Princess Diana wore many hats (and in her case, tiaras) when she was raising her sons, William and Harry. But she didn't, apparently, have one to hang in the kitchen.

"Princess Diana couldn't cook," her former chef says, laughing. "No, she couldn't cook at all. She was just the worst cook."

Fortunately for her and her sons, the Princess of Wales had chef Darren McGrady to take culinary control. McGrady, who now makes his home in North Texas, served as the Kensington Palace personal chef for four years until Diana's death the summer of 1997. Before that, he cooked in the ...

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