The soil at the White House is only freshly-turned, not a single fruit or vegetable has yet to be harvested, but that's not going to stop everyone from trying to push their own agenda on the Presidential harvest. Bill Niman and Nicolette Hahn Niman, writing for The Atlantic's The Food Channel, suggest that the "logical [...]
Photograph from New York Times
On Sunday, Michelle Obama gave students from a local culinary school and reporters a preview of the official White House dinner for governors. In this video from C-SPAN, the students pepper White House Chef Cristeta Comerford with questions about how to get a job in the White House kitchen, locally sourcing [...]
Last week in a letter to the New York Times' dining section, Walter Scheib defended the culinary practices of the White House saying that "The presumptions of Ruth Reichl, Alice Waters and Danny Meyer, that the admirable agenda they espouse is not currently the practice in the White House kitchens, are false."
Today he made an [...]