Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
6 THI LETHBRIDCE HERALD Saturday, June 16, 1973 Royal menus meticulously prepared By DOUG SMALL OTTAWA (CP) The Queen, it ieems, favors extra dry champagne with dessert. That's the only relatively con- sistent item in a variety of menus she has selected for din- ners and lunches during her June 25-July 5 royal tour. And the wines seem to be Canadian. Otherwise, the royal palate will be tickled with a variety of gastronomic treats ranging from lamb chops to exotic tour- nedo Marie fi- let and a strip of suet. The menus tend to com- pensate for the "terribly Cana- dian" habit of "burying the 'The Linemen1 Thursday, Friday, Saturday ON THE ,ECT BLOCK BiOS. TOP SALESMAN for MAY, 1973 NOY BARNABY 327-6683 "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" Phone 328-2356 1240 3rd Ave. S. 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Because of this system, offi- cials say, Her Majesty is not al- ways able to have exactly what she wishes, but suggestions from tour organizers tend to keep meals within a suitable range. Hosts are advised, for In- stance, not to "get into exotic hings like chili con carne." "And anything raw is dan- tartar steak, oy- sters and clams." PICKS AND CHOOSES Cooks are told to bear In mind that the Queen is not a heavy eater. "She picks and chooses." "A mixed grill, for instance, is a smart one seasoned official said. The Queen has an opportunity to eat what she pleases and leave aside that v.hich she does not. "It just won't do for the Queen to get upset stomach- h? said, especially when a meal is to be followed by strenuous public appearances. Financing of meals is similar to financing the entire royal tour, and officials sidestep di- rect questions of costs. The fed- eral government brings- the royal couple over and pay basic charges. Provinces and munici- palities pay for events within their purview, like meals, with the exception of some costs this year in Regina and Calgary. The Queen is visiting these capitals as part of the RCMP centennial celebrations. Since the force is a federal one, costs are borne by the federal treas- ury. Here's sampling of some of the royal meals to be faced: Civic lunch, Juns 26, Toronto: Fruit cocktails with melon balls, salad minosa, French lamb chops, mint sauce, green beans, pommes croquettes, to- mato provincial, lemon souffle, crusty rolls, petit fours, claret and extra-dry champagne. Civ lunch, June 28, London, Ont: Consomme Madrilene, El- gin county roast pheasant, wild rice croquettes, Lambton county new potatoes, Middlesex county asparagus ears, rasp- berry sherbst, Perth county cheese and crackers, crusty rolls, claret, extra-dry cham- pagne. Provincial dinner, June 26, Toronto: Aspic de fois gras, consomme Rothschild, tournedo Marie Antionette, bouguetierre de legumes, hearts of pomme minosa, strawberries sabayon, sherry, burgandy, cream port, extra-dry champagne. Civic dinner, June 27, King- ston, Ont.: Consomme royal, salad, canard de 1'orange, pom- mes dechesse, carrots Vichy, choux-seleur-au gratin, petites >ains, mousse an cafe, selection of cheese, sherry, burgandy, ex- tra-dry champagne. Menus for visit to Charlotte- ;own, Regina and Calgary are not yet available from regional ;our co-ordinators. 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