Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Meghan Markle And The Queen Share This Same Theory About Food

If there’s one thing that can bridge the gap between generations, it’s food. And there is perhaps no better example of that than the Queen and her granddaughter-in-law. More than five decades separate the two women, but when it comes to dishing about dining, they share the same view.

Both the Queen and Meghan Markle believe that a shared meal can bring people together.

According to People, while hosting a gathering Tuesday evening, in celebration of U.K. faith and belief groups bringing local communities together, Her Majesty said “a bit of toast and tea goes a long way,” and mentioned that she had noticed that food was often a way to bring people from different faiths and traditions together.

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Queen Elizabeth said she had noticed that food was often a way to bring people from different faiths and traditions together. And, of course, we all know Meghan Markle believes the same thing.  Not only was food and cooking a major part of her former lifestyle blog, The Tig, her character Rachel Zane on “Suits” was a total foodie.

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Last year, Markle took her love of food one step further by introducing a fundraising cookbook called Together: Our Community Cookbook — a collection of recipes to benefit he Hubb Community Kitchen, a communal cooking space at the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in London, which opened following a deadly fire at the Grenfell Tower high-rise that killed 72 residents in the the summer of 2017.

The book, aimed at uniting different communities through food, raised more than $500,000.


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