A “California girl foodie,” as the Duchess of Sussex once referred to herself on her now-defunct blog, The Tig. Meghan has continued to be passionate about it, and her children—in particular, three-year-old Prince Archie—seem to be doing the same.
One incredibly precious moment from Harry and Meghan’s Netflix docuseries, which aired in December, featured the young boy baking with Meghan’s niece, Ashleigh Hale.
The Duchess previously revealed on her podcast Archetypes what her kids’ favorite foods were, saying: Fortunately, my children adore vegetables.
Given that Harry and Meghan grow their own vegetables at their Montecito home, it is not surprising that Archie and 1-year-old Princess Lilibet are developing into little foodies.
Prior to her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry, Meghan frequently posted recipes for her favorite dishes on her blog.
The Duchess recently shared a recipe for a lemon olive oil cake with an upcoming charity cookbook.
Meghan is one of several famous people who will contribute to The World Central Kitchen Cookbook by Jose Andres, the Spanish chef and founder of the nonprofit World Central Kitchen (WCK).
On Tuesday, a post on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Archewell website announced Meghan’s inclusion in the cookbook: “The World Central Kitchen Cookbook: Feeding Humanity, Feeding Hope will be released soon, Chef Jose Andres, a stalwart supporter and partner of The Archewell Foundation, announced this past weekend.
“The cookbook is an engrossing compilation of tales and dishes contributed by well-known chefs, regional cooks, and friends of the international nonprofit organization that provides food to communities affected by natural disasters and humanitarian crises.
“Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is pleased to have contributed a recipe, and all author proceeds will support WCK’s emergency response efforts.
“The Duchess sent a Lemon Olive Oil cake, which is included in the book, to a group of female restaurateurs in March 2021 who worked with WCK to feed their neighborhood during the pandemic,” according to the book.
A recipe from former first lady Michelle Obama will also be included in the Penguin Random House book.
Meghan previously collaborated with The Hubb Community Kitchen, a group of women who were displaced by the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, on the charity cookbook Together: Our Community Cookbook.
For the cookbook, which featured 50 recipes from the west London neighborhood, she wrote the foreword.