Chefs dish on first families’ likes, dislikes
WASHINGTON – As cities go, the nation’s capital is as food newsworthy as any in this land. What with all those embassies keeping a spotlight on international cuisine, ever-present buzz about first family dining forays or official state dinners, the food policy role of the government, and a diverse restaurant scene, a food lover has no excuse to be bored.
So it was for members of the Association of Food Journalists gathered here early this month for their annual conference.
Regardless of party affiliation, election year or not, everybody wants to know what and how (and where) the first family eats. A panel of current and former White House chefs shed some delicious light on that subject.
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