So your face is plastered across your nation’s currency or etched into the side of a mountain? Big deal. Even before their nuptials are official, the likeness of William and Kate are showing up on a much more intimate medium—food. Pizza is the new $100 bill.
Last week, Papa John’s debuted a Royal Wedding Pizza featuring a mushroom, cheese and pepperoni mosaic of the couple. The pie, designed by a Gloucester-based food artist, will be available for delivery to one lucky U.K. customer. (You can enter the royal pizza lottery by e-mailing Papa John’s and committing to the £500 fee — about $820.)
Dessert lovers can get their fix of edible royalty in both cookie and cupcake form. Eleni’s bakery in New York is selling a Royal Wedding cookie gift box, complete with mini Will and Kates in full wedding regalia. For DIY-ers, edible cupcake toppers allow you to transform your favorite red velvets into Windsor wonders. Georgetown Cupcake is also marketing a royal dozen, albeit sans Will and Kate’s smiling faces.
Perhaps a little harder to come by, the now infamous mango-flavored Kate Middleton jelly bean is reportedly being auctioned on eBay. However, so far, a search for the original bean only turns up a suspicious Will-and-Kate emblazoned copycat.
While there aren’t any royal faces showing up on beverages just yet (although we’d love to see some Will and Kate latte art), wedding-inspired booze is making a splash on both sides of the pond. Castle Rock Brewery in Nottingham will distribute its Kiss me Kate ale in pubs throughout April. Alcohol labels, such as Grey Goose and Chambord have released signature royal wedding cocktail recipes for toasting the happy couple. Of course, you could always keep things traditional with a Pimm’s Royale.