You’ve likely seen photos of state dinners at the White House. Presidents, first ladies, heads of state and various celebs and political types dress up real nice and enjoy some seriously haute cuisine.
A new book Dining at the White House by chef John Moeller offers a behind-the-scenes look at these dinners. Moeller was White House chef from the last few months of Bush 41’s term, through the Clinton regime and until halfway through Bush 43’s presidency.
Chef Moeller writes about the food he served during his 13 years in D.C. as well as the first families he worked for.
To look at a sample of the book or to order the book (list price $35.00) click on this link to diningatthewhitehouse.com.