Royal Wedding Party

Giddy about the upcoming Wills and Kate nuptials? On April 29, celebrate Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding and host your own Brit-style royal event. Our menu features William and Kate's favorite foods and English fare.

Grand Champagne Cocktail

Toast to William and Kate with Bobby's colorful cocktail, made with an entire bottle of bubbly, orange-flavored liqueur and fresh strawberries.

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Slow-Cooker Pork Stew

Food Network Kitchens' recipe for Pork Stew is a contemporary version of the 13th Century Norman British dish mawmenny, a chicken- and pork-based dish with wine, spices and fried almonds.

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Lamb Chops with Fennel and Tomatoes

This hearty lamb dish is similar to the fancy French entree Carre d'Agneau Palois that was served at Prince Andrew's 1986 royal wedding to Sarah Ferguson.

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Haricots Verts With Shaved Parmesan

Sandra Lee's haricots verts are an American take on the French side Feves au Beurre that was served at Prince Andrew's royal wedding. Serve with lamb chops for a meal fit for royalty.

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Champagne Risotto

Serve this elegant, creamy dish alongside a simple arugula salad and you will have a romantic dish that newlyweds William and Kate would enjoy.

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Shepherd's Pie

British Cottage Pie is said to have been "William's all-time favorite" as a child. Topped with mashed potatoes and melted cheese, it is no wonder that the young prince loved it.

Get the Recipe: Shepherd's Pie

Smoked Salmon on Irish Soda Bread with Chive Butter

Fancy enough to serve at the most lavish of royal affairs, this traditional English recipe will surely impress your guests but is still a breeze to make.

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Honey Soy Grilled Salmon with Edamame

A lean dish full of fresh flavors, health conscious bride-to-be Kate would surely approve of this simply grilled fish with a salty bite and hint of sweetness.

Get the Recipe: Honey Soy Grilled Salmon with Edamame

Free Range Fruitcake

With dried fruit and rum, Alton Brown's fruitcake is similar to that which will be served at William and Kate's reception. Often eaten around Christmastime in Britain, fruitcakes can take "four weeks to mature."

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Quinoa with Garlic, Pine Nuts and Raisins

Future Princess Kate prefers healthy dishes that leave her feeling satisfied. Packed with protein and fiber, quinoa will keep you feeling full for hours.

Get the Recipe: Quinoa With Garlic, Pine Nuts and Raisins

Sausage Phyllo Rolls

Serve these flaky roll-ups as finger food while watching William and Kate exchange vows.

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Fried Fish with Smashed Chips

This version of the English pub favorite is lightly breaded and flash fried in a beer batter. Serve alongside a scoop of peas for a truly authentic experience.

Get the Recipe: Fried Fish with Smashed Chips

British Meat Pies

British meat pies are the old-time version of modern-day Hot Pockets. Made with store-bought biscuit dough and filled with sausage, fresh vegetables and silky mashed potatoes, these make an easy wedding-watching snack.

Get the Recipe: British Meat Pies

Italian Wedding Cake

At their 1840 royal wedding, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's cake weighed more than 300 pounds and was more than 3 yards wide! Sandra Lee's cake, however, is light and fluffy but every bit as decadent.

Get the Recipe: Italian Wedding Cake

Ginger Honey Tea

Re-create the timeless English practice of teatime in your own home by steeping chamomile tea in piping hot ginger water.

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Orange Glazed Blueberry Scones

Serve these lightly sweet and crumbly treats in addition to a cup of Rachael Ray's Ginger Honey Tea for a truly authentic English snack.

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Hot Cross Buns

Although these sticky buns are traditionally eaten on Good Friday in England, whip up a batch anytime of the year for a warm sweet treat.

Get the Recipe: Hot Cross Buns