We'd make a corny joke about a recipe for love, but that seems way too easy.
Prince William and Kate Middleton spent day three of their Canadian tour taking part in a cooking workshop Saturday. So what exactly was on the royal menu?
Wills and Kate, outfitted in personalized chef's whites, visited the Institut de tourisme et d'hotellerie du Quebec in Montreal to learn some classic cooking techniques. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge prepared a souffl, learned to sear a loin of lamb and piped some meringue. Yum!
The newlyweds are in the midst of their first joint overseas tour. Still ahead for the duo: a search and rescue demonstration at Summerside Harbour in Prince Edward Island, where Prince William can show off his flying skills, and a tour of the University of Calgary.
They'll be busy, but don't worry, we'll be sure to keep track of their Canada-hopping schedule.