Elizabeth II has created a range of sauces and dressings in which you can find ketchup and steak sauce. According to People, all the ingredients for the products are grown in the village of Sandringham, where one of the Queen’s residences is located.
The royal family’s marketers assure that Elizabeth II’s ketchup is “perfect for breakfast and any time of day” and the brown sauce’s flavour is “full of spice and vinegar”. A bottle of this product will cost the average Brit $9 for 10oz. It is not yet known when the Queen’s recipe ketchup will be on sale.
Former royal chef Darren McGrady told the publication that Elizabeth II loves burgers. However, she eats them without buns and with cranberry dressing, using a knife and fork. Perhaps the Queen couldn’t find the perfect sauce for her favourite dish, so she decided to create one herself.
The Queen has already proved herself in the field of gastronomy: Buckingham Palace launched her own gin in 2020 and last year Elizabeth II approved the production of two types of beer. The ingredients for all the drinks are also grown in the backyard of the royal residence in Sandringham.