Carolyn Robb was the top chef at Kensington Palace, cooking up some eye-pleasing creations for the royal family — including Princes William and Harry when they were boys. She's sharing some of her best recipes in her new book, "Tea at the Palace: A Cookbook: 50 Delicious Afternoon Tea Recipes." This is her second book, with a third slated to be released around the holidays. The South African chef got her start early: She was just 21 years old after she impressed Prince Charles and the late Diana, Princess of Wales during a dinner service. She became the first female chef for the royal couple. "I was so inspired I just threw myself into the job," Robb told CBS News' Roxana Saberi As part of her training, Robb said that she got a crash course in royal protocol. "The first time you see a member of the royal family each day, you curtsy to them, which can be a bit awkward if you're in the kitchen with the potato peeler in your hand," she said. As . . . read the full article here.