The old boys and friends of the old boys of Queen’s Royal College came out on Saturday night to support the annual culinary fundraiser Chefs Royal. The Chefs Royal facilitates the work and contribution that the Old Boys’ Association makes to college life and activities and is key to the success of many strategic initiatives designed to foster and improve the legacy of leadership and holistic education that is the hallmark of QRC. Judging from the turnout the event was a success with a well-heeled crowd dining away on some of the sumptuous dishes available. Among those were the IOt’s Confirmed Parmesan Fish and It’s Alleged Tamarind Pork from Ian Alleyne, who turned out not to be THAT Ian Alleyene of “It’s Alleged” fame but a proud Old Boy.Richard Thompson’s family – mother Judy, Father Ruthven and brother, Junior, who is a St Mary’s past student, were all there with a dish called Dougla Pork. Pork and fish were among the two most popular dishes but there were other meat options such as stewed oxtail and rabbit. Side dishes included rice, potatoes and lasagne and one cannot forget the dessert, which included cheesecake and a minty chocolate concoction that was simply heavenly.