The Wedding Cake and brunch menu

The Cake and the Menu! What the Royal Wedding Party Is Eating Right Now

Vanity Fair
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That’s the wedding cake! It’s eight tiers, designed by Fiona Cairns, and decorated using a style known as the “Joseph Lambeth Method”—so, it’s probably not Funfetti. There are 17 different varieties of floral motifs on it, including the white rose (the symbol of England), the daffodil (the symbol of Wales), the shamrock (the symbol of Ireland), and the thistle (the symbol of Scotland). For a look at other, many-tiered royal wedding cakes, see our survey of history’s best. As for the savory offerings that the wedding attendees are enjoying right now at Buckingham Palace, read on—we’ve taken the liberty of arranging them from least to most British-sounding.

23. Roulade of Goats Cheese with Caramelised Walnuts
22. White Chocolate Ganache Truffle
21. Milk Chocolate Praline with Nuts
20. Dark Chocolate Ganache Truffle
19. Passion Fruit Praline
18. Blood Orange Paté de Fruit
17. Gateau Opera
16. Rhubarb Crème Brulee Tartlet
15. Assortment of Palmiers and Cheese Straws
14. Scottish Langoustines with Lemon Mayonnaise Pressed Confit of Pork Belly with Crayfish and Crackling
13. Wild Mushroom and Celeriac Chausson
12. Raspberry Financier
11. Scottish Smoked Salmon Rose on Beetroot Blini
10. Quails Eggs with Celery Salt
9. Cornish Crab Salad on Lemon Blini
8. Pressed Duck Terrine with Fruit Chutney
7. Miniature Watercress and Asparagus Tart
6. Cornish Crab Salad on Lemon Blini
5. Grain Mustard and Honey-glazed Chipolatas
4. Poached Asparagus Spears with Hollandaise Sauce for Dipping
3. Miniature Yorkshire Pudding with Roast Fillet of Beef and Horseradish Mousse
2. Smoked Haddock Fishcake with Pea Guacamole
1. Bubble and Squeak with Confit Shoulder of Lamb

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