Black Chefs in the White House
Presidents, families, and staffs shuffle in and out of the White House every four to eight years. But, from George Washington to Barack Obama there's been one consistency: Every president has has an African-American head chef or assistant chef in the kitchen. Author Adrian Miller serves up stories of those who cooked for presidents as attendees dine on a menu based on the favorite recipes of America's presidents. Chef Walter Scheib, the executive chef during Bill Clinton's and George W. Bush's administrations, will cap off the evening with first-person tales of planning and serving regular evening meals as well as high-pressure state dinners. Sat 7 p.m.Date: Jun 8, 2013 7:00 pm
Venue: Tivoli Student Union
For more information, call 303-917-3864.
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