Prince William just took a page out of sister-in-law Meghan Markle’s (cook)book. The Duke of Cambridge recently penned the forward in a cookbook that holds a special place in his heart.

To mark the 40th anniversary of homelessness charity The Passage, Prince William wrote the introduction to “A Taste of Home,” a book commemorating four decades of charitable work, with all profits going directly towards supporting people who are street homeless. In the message, the 37-year-old royal spoke about the importance of having a place to call home and a hot meal during these trying and difficult times.

“I am the first one to admit that I am not an excellent chef,” he began. “The last time I was allowed into the kitchens at The Passage they very sensibly kept me in the role of sous-chef (aka carrot-chopper). On that occasion, I ‘made’ a spaghetti bolognaise (recipe on page 101). The dish smelt amazing—probably because I didn’t cook it. But what struck me most was how sharing a hot meal in the canteen at The Passage makes people who are experiencing homelessness feel right at home.”

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