A demanding household
Since the beginning of their reign in 1891, King Wilhelm II and his wife Charlotte regularly visited Bebenhausen Palace. Every year in late fall, when the mating season of the deer began, the royal couple met with relatives, friends, officers, and select guests at the palace. For two weeks, festive banquets crowned every day of hunting. Three courses, a total of nine individual dishes, and the right wine to complement each: That was the kitchen's evening schedule.