Cooking for the Queen and royal family members would be anxious to most.
Failure to present a delicious meal would not mean you're walking on eggs, or out of a job.
Although the Queen is not eating foods, there was one chef in the class line when he received a confident enthusiastic note from Her Majesty to find a dead slug in her salad.
According to the report, the Queen said a page of the comment book that it is giving back to the cooker after each meal.
After drawing a page away, he placed the dead slug on the paper, writing "I can find this in the salad – could you eat it?" before sending it away to the kitchen, the Daily Mail& S Weekend magazine.
It is believed that the Queen often leaves the comments writing blank as there is not one to complain.
Her Majesty enjoys simple food despite an interesting collection of recipes and menus in the red-leather leather book, written by the current royal chef, Mark Flanagan.
According to the Daily Mail, the Queen sets out her selection in a pencil, crossing dishes they do not want and often writes in other options.
"The menu book offers three courses of food – fish, meat and sweet or savory to finish – but when the Queen alone does not often order one course, or Even just a snack like a small hedge had to smoke in an egg after trying to trial, "the Daily Mail reported.
The old royal chef, Darren McGrady, has raised the boxes on the favorite Queen's foods and eating habits in his book Eat Royally.
The Queen himself sends any meals that depart from his personal standards back.
McGrady explained that the Queen is a hands-on approach with the menu and does not fear vetoing meals, especially if they are out of season.
"You can send strawberries every day to the Queen during the summer in Balmoral and will never say a word. Try to include strawberries on the menu in January and she will roll up the line and says you should not send your genetically modified strawberries It's absolutely eating seasonal, "he said in an interview with the media.
In a separate interview with Daily Mail, her grandmother revealed her garlic avoidance and only meat consuming a specific way.
"We can never serve anything with garlic or gingerbread. We can not serve scarce meat, because she likes her meat more well.
"We can never serve the garlic for the queen but Prince Philip loved him. If we were at Balmoral and she was out, we would kill her steak in garlic. But when she was on the table, no garlic at all. It was very Victorian and believed when it was raised that you do not eat garlic – because if you were holding an audience the next day, you did not want to breathe garlic .It was considered anti-social. "
Queen's favorite food included grilled or chicken fish, with two types of vegetables and a fan of fresh salad and fruit.
Her favorite cake is chocolate biscuits, and McGrady explained she was breaking her tops and parts of bananas before cutting and eating with a fork.