The White House is looking for a new chef. The old one quit. Anyone going to apply? The President's favorite food is peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Not too hard. But you also have to prepare the state dinners.
I think it be kind of cool to swirl pasta in the White House. Don't you have to be in the military though? I saw a program, and not too long ago btw, about the First Family and the White House kitchen and banquet staff and all the preparations that go into official lunches, desayunos and other comidas. My God, it looked like a lot of work, even though Laura Bush was pretty much ready to eat whatever they "fix" for them. My father worked as a head chef in such environments several times, not nearly that high up the ladder, but still I have to say, there are some good perks, especially if they really fall in love with your cooking style. You can pretty much weave baskets out of them with your sole meunier.
I read once that Grant's chef served 29 course meals. Kind of 19th century tapas.
Then there was the recent story of a First Lady who was busy redecorating and was caught of guard by what was a serious question: Mrs. X, what do you think of Red China? She allegedly replied: "It might go well with a yellow tablecloth".
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