LONDON, England (KTRK) -- Calling all chefs! If you're looking for a little adventure abroad, the newest job opening at Buckingham Palace may be for you.
Queen Elizabeth is looking for a new assistant chef who can whip up delicious meals for receptions and state dinners.
The full-time job pays about $27,000 a year with 33 holidays and benefits that include pension, free meals and accommodations at Buckingham Palace.
"It's being encouraged to learn new skills. And it's helping to deliver extraordinary service in incredible surroundings. This is what makes a career with the Royal Household exceptional," according to the job description.
The assistant chef will prepare classical and contemporary menus for a variety of events and work with quality ingredients and highly skilled colleagues.
The person must have a "clear passion for food and the catering industry."
The royal household is accepting applications through New Year's Day.
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Queen Elizabeth hiring for new assistant chef at Buckingham Palace