Palace cook releases line of royal-inspired baby food

Damian Wawrzyniak, who previously cooked for royal banquets and Danish Michelin star restaurant Noma, is utilising his culinary skills to create incredible gourmet meals for babies. 

Through a partnership with British organic baby food brand Piccolo, Damian drew inspiration from signifcant royal meals for each simple yet indulgent mix.

He considered baby Archie, who, hitting six months, will most likely be introduced to solid foods. A nod to Meghan's rumoured vegan diet, the first blend is of peas, blanched cauliflower, roasted carrots, and sweet potato.

Another option is a simplified version of a traditional British roast chicken dinner, including small pieces of chicken breast and skin, beetroot, onion and pickle. It is known that this is the meal that was served immediately following the Duke of Sussex's proposal to Meghan Markle. 

Chef Damien also made sure to skip the garlic in each gourmet sachet, as the Queen has banned it from palace kitchens due to her dislike for the smell. 

Damien was thrilled to be a part of the partnership, as he understands the struggle of introducing new foods to fussy babies. "I am a father of two and I know first hand how exciting but also daunting the weaning process can be."

Previously working at ultra-fancy restaurant Noma, he has an incredible knowledge of experimental food preparation. 'It was so much fun to combine my knowledge of royal cuisine with purees.'

These amazing regal meals are limited to the UK and not yet available in Australia, but sometime soon Aussie bubbas might get to have a royal puree.

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