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Obama -gesin eet by die plaaslike Havana -restaurant

Obama -gesin eet by die plaaslike Havana -restaurant

Die restaurant het geweet dat hulle 'n VIP sou vermaak, maar was nie bewus dat dit die eerste gesin sou wees nie

San Cristóbal Paladar is 'n gewilde restaurant wat deur die familie bestuur word en wat saam met die regering besit word.

Tydens president Obama se belangrikste besoek aan Kuba, het hy en sy gesin 'n besoek gebring aan die gewilde restaurant San Cristóbal Paladar in familiebesit.

Paladares, restaurante wat in samewerking is met Kubaanse gesinne en die regering, is 'n instelling wat onlangs deur die Kubaanse regering goedgekeur is onder ekonomiese hervormings wat klein ondernemings aanmoedig, volgens NuusBusters. Eienaars moet 'n fooi betaal aan die regering om hul besigheid te onderhou.

Die president het 'solomillo a la plancha' of steak op die rooster geëet, medium-gaar met 'n groentekant. Michelle Obama het steak en wyn in skywe geëet, en hul dogters het steak en vark geëet. Toe die kelner wyn vir die president aanbied, het hy gesê: 'Nee, nee, ek moet môre werk', berig hy WSVN.

Ander noemenswaardige VIP's wat die restaurant besoek het, is Beyoncé en Jay-Z, wat tydens 'n besoek aan die land in 2013 daar geëet het, volgens Eet.


Etes in die Withuis onder Trump vs. Obama wys twee dramaties verskillende smake

Van die verskille in hul algemene toon en houding tot hul voorkeurbeleid, Donald Trump en Barack Obama is twee dramaties verskillende presidente. In baie opsigte is hierdie verskille vir die blote oog duidelik. Maar ander ineenstortings, soos die etes van die Withuis vir Trump teen Obama, bied 'n meer subtiele ontleding van hoe ongelyk die twee mans werklik is.

Volgens 'n verslag van Desember 2018 deur Die New York Times, het die Withuis aansienlike veranderinge in die kookkuns ondergaan in die ampstermyn van Trump - en op meer as een manier. Om mee te begin, is daar net die gerapporteerde eetvoorkeure van die president, homself: terwyl Obama dit geniet het om uit te eet, eet Trump blykbaar selde in openbare DC -ondernemings.

Trump verkies eerder om by die Withuis in te eet, Die New York Times verdere aantekeninge, en sy maaltydvoorkeure kan nie verder van Obama s'n wees nie. Terwyl die kombuis van die Withuis Brusselse spruite en shakshuka ('n eiergebaseerde Marokkaanse gereg) onder Obama se oog gaargemaak het, word die vleisbrood en roomys nou vir die huidige president uitgekap.

Trump se smaakknoppies het telkens aandag getrek sedert hy tot president verkies is. Hy het veral 'n oorgaar steak met ketchup geëet vir sy eerste maaltyd as president, volgens Die Washington Post, en was in die verlede openlik oor sy voorliefde vir kitskos.

Trouens, een November 2017 Politiek gee 'n gedetailleerde verslag oor Trump se liefde vir 'n kwartponder met kaas van McDonald's-spesifiek sonder piekels en ekstra ketchup. Hy was so lief vir die maaltyd, het die publikasie berig, dat hy af en toe 'n assistent gestuur het om dit te gaan haal, want die kombuis van die Withuis kon dit nie heeltemal maak soos hy dit wou hê nie. Terwyl Obama 'n gedokumenteerde liefde vir kaasburgers het en af ​​en toe kitskos, het hy in onderhoude volgehou dat sy gunsteling kos broccoli is.

Dit is nie heeltemal duidelik of Trump se smaak enigsins verander het sedert hy sy amp aangeneem het nie. 'N Bloomberg -verslag van Maart 2018 beweer dat POTUS sy dieet radikaal verander het na sy presidensiële fisieke in Januarie 2018. Tog is een ding duidelik: Trump het nog steeds 'n spesiale plek in sy hart vir kitskos, aangesien hy 'n aandete vol daarvan aangevra het toe die Withuis die sokkerspan van Clemson in Januarie 2019 verwelkom het om hul oorwinning in die NCAA -kampioenskap te vier.

Spesifiek, per Die New Yorker, die banketbord het etes van McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King en meer ingesluit. Foto's van die jong atlete wat hul borde met kitskos by die Withuis stapel, het vinnig virale geword. Trump sou later twiet dat hy self vir die ete betaal het weens die destydse sluiting van die regering.

Die vergelyking tussen Trump en Obama se dieetvoorkeure handel egter nie net oor wat hulle persoonlik kies om te eet en vir gaste in die Withuis nie. Dit het ook te doen met hoe die administrasies voedsel gebruik om gemeenskappe te verenig en die kloof met ander kulture te oorbrug. Die New York Times berig dat hoewel Obama se Withuis gereeld plaaslike sjefs bevat, die Trump -administrasie hierdie poging nie meer prioritiseer nie.

Victor Albisu, 'n plaaslike sjef wat die restaurante Poca Madre en Taco Bamba besit en wat in die Withuis vir Obama en George W. Bush gekook het, het gesê Die New York Times in 2018: 'Ek het vir niemand in die [Trump] -administrasie gekook nie. Dit is 'n polariserende tyd vir mense, en 'n tafel vol kos en drank is die plek om hierdie verskille opsy te sit. Ek dink dit was 'n netto verlies vir almal. "

Die nuwe kookkuns onder Trump het selfs begin versprei na skoolmiddagete -programme regoor die land. Volgens Die Washington Post, het die Amerikaanse landboudepartement sy voorneme aangekondig om in Desember 2018 skoolmaaltye met meer sout en minder volgraan op te stel.

Sekretaris Sonny Perdue het gesê oor die voorgestelde verandering aan Die Washington Post, 'As kinders nie eet wat bedien word nie, baat hulle nie, en word kos vermors. & Quot

Toe, in Januarie 2020, stel die Amerikaanse landboudepartement nog 'n ronde reëls voor, waarmee skole die benodigde hoeveelheid groente en vrugte vir middagete en ontbyt kan sny, en terselfdertyd hul reg om pizza, hamburgers en patat aan studente te verkoop, uit te brei. in plaas daarvan. Per Die Washington Post, hierdie nuwe voorstelle sal ook ander veranderinge moontlik maak, insluitend dat skole elke dag 'n aartappel as die vereiste groente kan aanbied. Hierdie voorgestelde reëlwysigings is op 23 Januarie by die Federale Register ingedien en sal vir 60 dae vir kommentaar aan die publiek beskikbaar gestel word.

Ongeag die persoon wat tans die hoofrol in die Withuis beklee, het presidensiële sjefs in die verlede gesê dat die werk gewoonlik baie uiteenlopend is. Bill Yosses, 'n restauranteienaar en voormalige sjef in die Withuis van 2006-2014, het aan The Huffington Post gesê: 'Dit is soos om 'n hotel-sjef, 'n privaat sjef en 'n restaurant-sjef in een te wees. & Quot

Hy het verduidelik: 'U kook ontbyt, middagete en aandete vir 'n privaat gesin. U is moontlik besig om 'n heerlike proe-spyskaart met 5-6 maaltye te eet, of daar is soveel mense wat deurkom asof dit 'n banket-sjef in 'n hotel is.

Alhoewel Yosses nie vir Trump gekook het nie, het hy 'n bietjie insider -inligting gedeel oor wat die Obamas graag wou eet om hul lus vir soet tand tydens hul tyd in die Withuis te bevredig. 'Die Obamas was mal oor elke soort tert,' het hy aan The Huffington Post gesê. 'Vrugttaart in die somer, piesangroomtert, Boston -roomtert, dit is waaroor hulle gehou het. & Quot


Etes in die Withuis onder Trump vs. Obama wys twee dramaties verskillende smake

Van die verskille in hul algemene toon en houding tot hul voorkeurbeleid, Donald Trump en Barack Obama is twee dramaties verskillende presidente. In baie opsigte is hierdie verskille vir die blote oog duidelik. Maar ander ineenstortings, soos die etes van die Withuis vir Trump teen Obama, bied 'n meer subtiele ontleding van hoe ongelyk die twee mans werklik is.

Volgens 'n verslag van Desember 2018 deur Die New York Times, het die Withuis aansienlike veranderinge in die kookkuns ondergaan in die ampstermyn van Trump - en op meer as een manier. Om mee te begin, is daar net die gerapporteerde eetvoorkeure van die president, homself: terwyl Obama dit geniet het om uit te eet, eet Trump blykbaar selde in openbare DC -ondernemings.

Trump verkies eerder om in die Withuis te eet, Die New York Times verdere aantekeninge, en sy maaltydvoorkeure kan nie verder van Obama s'n wees nie. Terwyl die kombuis van die Withuis Brusselse spruite en shakshuka ('n eiergebaseerde Marokkaanse gereg) onder Obama se oog gaargemaak het, word die vleisbrood en roomys nou vir die huidige president uitgekap.

Trump se smaakknoppies het telkens aandag getrek sedert hy tot president verkies is. Hy het veral 'n oorgaar steak met ketchup geëet vir sy eerste maaltyd as president, volgens Die Washington Post, en was in die verlede openlik oor sy voorliefde vir kitskos.

Trouens, een November 2017 Politiek gee 'n gedetailleerde verslag oor Trump se liefde vir 'n kwartponder met kaas van McDonald's-spesifiek sonder piekels en ekstra ketchup. Hy was so lief vir die maaltyd, het die publikasie berig, dat hy af en toe 'n assistent gestuur het om dit te gaan haal, want die kombuis van die Withuis kon dit nie heeltemal maak soos hy dit wou hê nie. Terwyl Obama 'n gedokumenteerde liefde vir kaasburgers het en af ​​en toe kitskos, het hy in onderhoude volgehou dat sy gunsteling kos broccoli is.

Dit is nie heeltemal duidelik of Trump se smaak enigsins verander het sedert hy sy amp aangeneem het nie. 'N Bloomberg -verslag van Maart 2018 beweer dat POTUS sy dieet ingrypend verander het na sy presidensiële fisieke in Januarie 2018. Een ding is egter duidelik: Trump het nog steeds 'n spesiale plek in sy hart vir kitskos, aangesien hy 'n aandete vol daarvan aangevra het toe die Withuis die sokkerspan van Clemson in Januarie 2019 verwelkom het om hul oorwinning in die NCAA -kampioenskap te vier.

Spesifiek, per Die New Yorker, die banketbord het etes van McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King en meer ingesluit. Foto's van die jong atlete wat hul borde met kitskos by die Withuis stapel, het vinnig virale geword. Trump sou later twiet dat hy self vir die ete betaal het weens die destydse sluiting van die regering.

Die vergelyking tussen Trump en Obama se dieetvoorkeure handel egter nie net oor wat hulle persoonlik kies om te eet en vir gaste in die Withuis nie. Dit het ook te doen met hoe die administrasies voedsel gebruik om gemeenskappe te verenig en die kloof met ander kulture te oorbrug. Die New York Times berig dat hoewel Obama se Withuis gereeld plaaslike sjefs bevat, die Trump -administrasie hierdie poging nie meer prioritiseer nie.

Victor Albisu, 'n plaaslike sjef wat die restaurante Poca Madre en Taco Bamba besit en wat in die Withuis vir Obama en George W. Bush gekook het, het gesê Die New York Times in 2018: 'Ek het vir niemand in die [Trump] -administrasie gekook nie. Dit is 'n polariserende tyd vir mense, en 'n tafel vol kos en drank is die plek om hierdie verskille opsy te sit. Ek dink dit was 'n netto verlies vir almal. "

Die nuwe kookkuns onder Trump het selfs begin versprei na skoolmiddagete -programme regoor die land. Volgens Die Washington Post, het die Amerikaanse landboudepartement sy voorneme aangekondig om in Desember 2018 skoolmaaltye met meer sout en minder volgraan op te stel.

Sekretaris Sonny Perdue het gesê oor die voorgestelde verandering aan Die Washington Post, 'As kinders nie eet wat bedien word nie, baat dit nie daarby nie, en word kos vermors. & Quot

Toe, in Januarie 2020, stel die Amerikaanse landboudepartement nog 'n ronde reëls voor, waarmee skole die benodigde hoeveelheid groente en vrugte vir middagete en ontbyt kan sny, en terselfdertyd hul reg om pizza, hamburgers en patat aan studente te verkoop, uit te brei. in plaas daarvan. Per Die Washington Post, hierdie nuwe voorstelle sal ook ander veranderinge moontlik maak, insluitend dat skole elke dag 'n aartappel as die vereiste groente kan aanbied. Hierdie voorgestelde reëlwysigings is op 23 Januarie by die Federale Register ingedien en sal vir 60 dae vir kommentaar aan die publiek beskikbaar gestel word.

Ongeag die persoon wat tans die hoofrol in die Withuis beklee, het presidensiële sjefs in die verlede gesê dat die werk gewoonlik baie uiteenlopend is. Bill Yosses, 'n restauranteienaar en 'n voormalige sjef in die Withuis van 2006-2014, het aan The Huffington Post gesê: 'Dit is soos om 'n hotel-sjef, 'n privaat sjef en 'n restaurant-sjef in een te wees. & Quot

Hy het verduidelik: 'Jy kook ontbyt, middagete en aandete vir 'n privaat gesin. U is moontlik besig om 'n heerlike proe-spyskaart met 5-6 maaltye te eet, of daar is soveel mense wat deurkom asof dit 'n banket-sjef in 'n hotel is.

Alhoewel Yosses nie vir Trump gekook het nie, het hy 'n bietjie insider -inligting gedeel oor wat die Obamas graag wou eet om hul lus vir soet tand tydens hul tyd in die Withuis te bevredig. 'Die Obamas was mal oor elke soort tert,' het hy aan The Huffington Post gesê. 'Vrugtepastei in die somer, piesangroomtert, Boston -roomtert, dit is waaroor hulle gehou het. & Quot


Etes in die Withuis onder Trump vs. Obama wys twee dramaties verskillende smake

Van die verskille in hul algemene toon en houding tot hul voorkeurbeleid, Donald Trump en Barack Obama is twee dramaties verskillende presidente. In baie opsigte is hierdie verskille vir die blote oog duidelik. Maar ander ineenstortings, soos die etes van die Withuis vir Trump teen Obama, bied 'n meer subtiele ontleding van hoe ongelyk die twee mans werklik is.

Volgens 'n verslag van Desember 2018 deur Die New York Times, het die Withuis aansienlike veranderinge in die kookkuns ondergaan in die ampstermyn van Trump - en op meer as een manier. Om mee te begin, is daar net die gerapporteerde eetvoorkeure van die president, homself: terwyl Obama dit geniet het om uit te eet, eet Trump blykbaar selde in openbare DC -ondernemings.

Trump verkies eerder om by die Withuis in te eet, Die New York Times verdere aantekeninge, en sy maaltydvoorkeure kan nie verder van Obama s'n wees nie. Terwyl die kombuis van die Withuis Brusselse spruite en shakshuka ('n eiergebaseerde Marokkaanse gereg) onder Obama se oog gaargemaak het, word die vleisbrood en roomys nou vir die huidige president uitgekap.

Trump se smaakknoppies het telkens aandag getrek sedert hy tot president verkies is. Hy het veral 'n oorgaar steak met ketchup geëet vir sy eerste maaltyd as president, volgens Die Washington Post, en was in die verlede openlik oor sy voorliefde vir kitskos.

Trouens, een November 2017 Politiek gee 'n gedetailleerde verslag oor Trump se liefde vir 'n kwartponder met kaas van McDonald's-spesifiek sonder piekels en ekstra ketchup. Hy was so lief vir die ete, het die publikasie berig, dat hy af en toe 'n assistent gestuur het om dit te gaan haal, want die kombuis van die Withuis kon dit nie heeltemal maak soos hy dit wou hê nie. Terwyl Obama 'n gedokumenteerde liefde vir kaasburgers het en af ​​en toe kitskos, het hy in onderhoude volgehou dat sy gunsteling kos broccoli is.

Dit is nie heeltemal duidelik of Trump se smaak enigsins verander het sedert hy sy amp aangeneem het nie. 'N Bloomberg -verslag van Maart 2018 beweer dat POTUS sy dieet radikaal verander het na sy presidensiële fisieke in Januarie 2018. Tog is een ding duidelik: Trump het nog steeds 'n spesiale plek in sy hart vir kitskos, aangesien hy 'n aandete vol daarvan aangevra het toe die Withuis die sokkerspan van Clemson in Januarie 2019 verwelkom het om hul oorwinning in die NCAA -kampioenskap te vier.

Spesifiek, per Die New Yorker, die banketbord bevat maaltye van McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King en meer. Foto's van die jong atlete wat hul borde met kitskos by die Withuis stapel, het vinnig virale geword. Trump sou later twiet dat hy self vir die ete betaal het weens die destydse sluiting van die regering.

Die vergelyking tussen Trump en Obama se dieetvoorkeure handel egter nie net oor wat hulle persoonlik kies om te eet en vir gaste in die Withuis nie. Dit het ook te doen met hoe die administrasies voedsel gebruik om gemeenskappe te verenig en die kloof met ander kulture te oorbrug. Die New York Times berig dat hoewel Obama se Withuis gereeld plaaslike sjefs bevat, die Trump -administrasie hierdie poging nie meer prioritiseer nie.

Victor Albisu, 'n plaaslike sjef wat die restaurante Poca Madre en Taco Bamba besit en wat in die Withuis vir Obama en George W. Bush gekook het, het gesê Die New York Times in 2018: 'Ek het vir niemand in die [Trump] -administrasie gekook nie. Dit is 'n polariserende tyd vir mense, en 'n tafel vol kos en drank is die plek om hierdie verskille opsy te sit. Ek dink dit was 'n netto verlies vir almal. "

Die nuwe kookkuns onder Trump het selfs begin versprei na skoolmiddagete -programme regoor die land. Volgens Die Washington Post, het die Amerikaanse landboudepartement sy voorneme aangekondig om in Desember 2018 skoolmaaltye met meer sout en minder volgraan op te stel.

Sekretaris Sonny Perdue het gesê oor die voorgestelde verandering aan Die Washington Post, 'As kinders nie eet wat bedien word nie, baat hulle nie, en word kos vermors. & Quot

Toe, in Januarie 2020, stel die Amerikaanse landboudepartement nog 'n ronde reëls voor, waarmee skole die benodigde hoeveelheid groente en vrugte vir middagete en ontbyt kan sny, en terselfdertyd hul reg om pizza, hamburgers en patat aan studente te verkoop, uit te brei. in plaas daarvan. Per Die Washington Post, hierdie nuwe voorstelle sal ook ander veranderinge moontlik maak, insluitend dat skole elke dag 'n aartappel as die vereiste groente kan aanbied. Hierdie voorgestelde reëlwysigings is op 23 Januarie by die Federale Register ingedien en sal vir 60 dae vir kommentaar aan die publiek beskikbaar gestel word.

Ongeag die persoon wat tans die hoofrol in die Withuis beklee, het presidensiële sjefs in die verlede gesê dat die werk gewoonlik baie uiteenlopend is. Bill Yosses, 'n restauranteienaar en voormalige sjef in die Withuis van 2006-2014, het aan The Huffington Post gesê: 'Dit is soos om 'n hotel-sjef, 'n privaat sjef en 'n restaurant-sjef in een te wees. & Quot

Hy het verduidelik: 'Jy kook ontbyt, middagete en aandete vir 'n privaat gesin. U is moontlik besig om 'n heerlike proe-spyskaart met 5-6 maaltye te eet, of daar is soveel mense wat deurkom asof dit 'n banket-sjef in 'n hotel is.

Alhoewel Yosses nie vir Trump gekook het nie, het hy 'n bietjie insider -inligting gedeel oor wat die Obamas graag wou eet om hul lus vir soet tand tydens hul tyd in die Withuis te bevredig. 'Die Obamas was mal oor elke soort tert,' het hy aan The Huffington Post gesê. 'Vrugttaart in die somer, piesangroomtert, Boston -roomtert, dit is waaroor hulle gehou het. & Quot


Etes in die Withuis onder Trump vs. Obama wys twee dramaties verskillende smake

Van die verskille in hul algemene toon en houding tot hul voorkeurbeleid, Donald Trump en Barack Obama is twee dramaties verskillende presidente. In baie opsigte is hierdie verskille vir die blote oog duidelik. Maar ander ineenstortings, soos die etes van die Withuis vir Trump teen Obama, bied 'n meer subtiele ontleding van hoe ongelyk die twee mans werklik is.

Volgens 'n verslag van Desember 2018 deur Die New York Times, het die Withuis aansienlike veranderinge in die kookkuns ondergaan in die ampstermyn van Trump - en op meer as een manier. Om mee te begin, is daar net die gerapporteerde eetvoorkeure van die president, homself: terwyl Obama dit geniet het om uit te eet, eet Trump blykbaar selde in openbare DC -ondernemings.

Trump verkies eerder om by die Withuis in te eet, Die New York Times verdere aantekeninge, en sy maaltydvoorkeure kan nie verder van Obama s'n wees nie. Terwyl die kombuis van die Withuis Brusselse spruite en shakshuka ('n eiergebaseerde Marokkaanse gereg) onder Obama se oog gaargemaak het, word die vleisbrood en roomys nou vir die huidige president uitgekap.

Trump se smaakknoppies het telkens aandag getrek sedert hy tot president verkies is. Hy het veral 'n oorgaar steak met ketchup geëet vir sy eerste maaltyd as president, volgens Die Washington Post, en was in die verlede openlik oor sy voorliefde vir kitskos.

Trouens, een November 2017 Politiek gee 'n gedetailleerde verslag oor Trump se liefde vir 'n kwartponder met kaas van McDonald's-spesifiek sonder piekels en ekstra ketchup. Hy was so lief vir die maaltyd, het die publikasie berig, dat hy af en toe 'n assistent gestuur het om dit te gaan haal, want die kombuis van die Withuis kon dit nie heeltemal maak soos hy dit wou hê nie. Terwyl Obama 'n gedokumenteerde liefde vir kaasburgers het en af ​​en toe kitskos, het hy in onderhoude volgehou dat sy gunsteling kos broccoli is.

Dit is nie heeltemal duidelik of Trump se smaak enigsins verander het sedert hy sy amp aangeneem het nie. 'N Bloomberg -verslag van Maart 2018 beweer dat POTUS sy dieet radikaal verander het na sy presidensiële fisieke in Januarie 2018. Tog is een ding duidelik: Trump het nog steeds 'n spesiale plek in sy hart vir kitskos, aangesien hy 'n aandete vol daarvan aangevra het toe die Withuis die sokkerspan van Clemson in Januarie 2019 verwelkom het om hul oorwinning in die NCAA -kampioenskap te vier.

Spesifiek, per Die New Yorker, die banketbord het etes van McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King en meer ingesluit. Foto's van die jong atlete wat hul borde met kitskos by die Withuis stapel, het vinnig virale geword. Trump sou later twiet dat hy self vir die ete betaal het weens die destydse sluiting van die regering.

Die vergelyking tussen Trump en Obama se dieetvoorkeure handel egter nie net oor wat hulle persoonlik kies om te eet en vir gaste in die Withuis nie. Dit het ook te doen met hoe die administrasies voedsel gebruik om gemeenskappe te verenig en die kloof met ander kulture te oorbrug. Die New York Times berig dat hoewel Obama se Withuis gereeld plaaslike sjefs bevat, die Trump -administrasie hierdie poging nie meer prioritiseer nie.

Victor Albisu, 'n plaaslike sjef wat die restaurante Poca Madre en Taco Bamba besit en wat in die Withuis vir Obama en George W. Bush gekook het, het gesê Die New York Times in 2018: 'Ek het vir niemand in die [Trump] -administrasie gekook nie. Dit is 'n polariserende tyd vir mense, en 'n tafel vol kos en drank is die plek om hierdie verskille opsy te sit. Ek dink dit was 'n netto verlies vir almal. "

Die nuwe kookkuns onder Trump het selfs begin versprei na skoolmiddagete -programme regoor die land. Volgens Die Washington Post, het die Amerikaanse landboudepartement sy voornemens aangekondig om in Desember 2018 skoolmaaltye met meer sout en minder volgraan op te stel.

Sekretaris Sonny Perdue het gesê oor die voorgestelde verandering aan Die Washington Post, 'As kinders nie eet wat bedien word nie, baat hulle nie, en word kos vermors. & Quot

Toe, in Januarie 2020, stel die Amerikaanse landboudepartement nog 'n ronde reëls voor, waarmee skole die benodigde hoeveelheid groente en vrugte vir middagete en ontbyt kan sny, en terselfdertyd hul reg om pizza, hamburgers en patat aan studente te verkoop, uit te brei. in plaas daarvan. Per Die Washington Post, hierdie nuwe voorstelle sal ook ander veranderinge moontlik maak, insluitend dat skole elke dag 'n aartappel as die vereiste groente kan aanbied. Hierdie voorgestelde reëlwysigings is op 23 Januarie by die Federale Register ingedien en sal vir 60 dae vir kommentaar aan die publiek beskikbaar gestel word.

Ongeag die persoon wat tans die hoofrol in die Withuis beklee, het presidensiële sjefs in die verlede gesê dat die werk gewoonlik baie uiteenlopend is. Bill Yosses, 'n restauranteienaar en voormalige sjef in die Withuis van 2006-2014, het aan The Huffington Post gesê: 'Dit is soos om 'n hotel-sjef, 'n privaat sjef en 'n restaurant-sjef in een te wees. & Quot

Hy het verduidelik: 'Jy kook ontbyt, middagete en aandete vir 'n privaat gesin. U is moontlik besig om 'n heerlike proe-spyskaart met 5-6 maaltye te eet, of daar is soveel mense wat deurkom asof dit 'n banket-sjef in 'n hotel is.

Alhoewel Yosses nie vir Trump gekook het nie, het hy 'n bietjie insider -inligting gedeel oor wat die Obamas graag wou eet om hul lus vir soet tand tydens hul tyd in die Withuis te bevredig. 'Die Obamas was mal oor elke soort tert,' het hy aan The Huffington Post gesê. 'Vrugtepastei in die somer, piesangroomtert, Boston -roomtert, dit is waaroor hulle gehou het. & Quot


Etes in die Withuis onder Trump vs. Obama wys twee dramaties verskillende smake

Van die verskille in hul algemene toon en houding tot hul voorkeurbeleid, Donald Trump en Barack Obama is twee dramaties verskillende presidente. In baie opsigte is hierdie verskille vir die blote oog duidelik. Maar ander ineenstortings, soos die etes van die Withuis vir Trump teen Obama, bied 'n meer subtiele ontleding van hoe ongelyk die twee mans werklik is.

Volgens 'n verslag van Desember 2018 deur Die New York Times, het die Withuis aansienlike veranderinge in die kookkuns ondergaan in die ampstermyn van Trump - en op meer as een manier. Om mee te begin, is daar net die gerapporteerde eetvoorkeure van die president, homself: terwyl Obama dit geniet het om uit te eet, eet Trump blykbaar selde in openbare DC -ondernemings.

Trump verkies eerder om by die Withuis in te eet, Die New York Times verdere aantekeninge, en sy maaltydvoorkeure kan nie verder van Obama s'n wees nie. Terwyl die kombuis van die Withuis Brusselse spruite en shakshuka ('n eiergebaseerde Marokkaanse gereg) onder Obama se oog gaargemaak het, word die vleisbrood en roomys nou vir die huidige president uitgekap.

Trump se smaakknoppies het telkens aandag getrek sedert hy tot president verkies is. Hy het veral 'n oorgaar steak met ketchup geëet vir sy eerste maaltyd as president, volgens Die Washington Post, en was in die verlede openlik oor sy voorliefde vir kitskos.

Trouens, een November 2017 Politiek gee 'n gedetailleerde verslag oor Trump se liefde vir 'n kwartponder met kaas van McDonald's-spesifiek sonder piekels en ekstra ketchup. Hy was so lief vir die ete, het die publikasie berig, dat hy af en toe 'n assistent gestuur het om dit te gaan haal, want die kombuis van die Withuis kon dit nie heeltemal maak soos hy dit wou hê nie. Terwyl Obama 'n gedokumenteerde liefde vir kaasburgers het en af ​​en toe kitskos, het hy in onderhoude volgehou dat sy gunsteling kos broccoli is.

Dit is nie heeltemal duidelik of Trump se smaak enigsins verander het sedert hy sy amp aangeneem het nie. 'N Bloomberg -verslag van Maart 2018 beweer dat POTUS sy dieet radikaal verander het na sy presidensiële fisieke in Januarie 2018. Tog is een ding duidelik: Trump het nog steeds 'n spesiale plek in sy hart vir kitskos, aangesien hy 'n aandete vol daarvan aangevra het toe die Withuis die sokkerspan van Clemson in Januarie 2019 verwelkom het om hul oorwinning in die NCAA -kampioenskap te vier.

Spesifiek, per Die New Yorker, die banketbord het etes van McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King en meer ingesluit. Foto's van die jong atlete wat hul borde met kitskos by die Withuis stapel, het vinnig virale geword. Trump sou later twiet dat hy self vir die ete betaal het weens die destydse sluiting van die regering.

Die vergelyking tussen Trump en Obama se dieetvoorkeure handel egter nie net oor wat hulle persoonlik kies om te eet en vir gaste in die Withuis nie. Dit het ook te doen met hoe die administrasies voedsel gebruik om gemeenskappe te verenig en die kloof met ander kulture te oorbrug. Die New York Times berig dat hoewel Obama se Withuis gereeld plaaslike sjefs bevat, die Trump -administrasie hierdie poging nie meer prioritiseer nie.

Victor Albisu, 'n plaaslike sjef wat die restaurante Poca Madre en Taco Bamba besit en wat in die Withuis vir Obama en George W. Bush gekook het, het gesê Die New York Times in 2018: 'Ek het vir niemand in die [Trump] -administrasie gekook nie. Dit is 'n polariserende tyd vir mense, en 'n tafel vol kos en drank is die plek om hierdie verskille opsy te sit. Ek dink dit was 'n netto verlies vir almal. "

Die nuwe kookkuns onder Trump het selfs begin versprei na skoolmiddagete -programme regoor die land. Volgens Die Washington Post, het die Amerikaanse landboudepartement sy voornemens aangekondig om in Desember 2018 skoolmaaltye met meer sout en minder volgraan op te stel.

Sekretaris Sonny Perdue het gesê oor die voorgestelde verandering aan Die Washington Post, 'As kinders nie eet wat bedien word nie, baat dit nie daarby nie, en word kos vermors. & Quot

Toe, in Januarie 2020, stel die Amerikaanse landboudepartement nog 'n ronde reëls voor, waarmee skole die benodigde hoeveelheid groente en vrugte vir middagete en ontbyt kan sny, en terselfdertyd hul reg om pizza, hamburgers en patat aan studente te verkoop, uit te brei. in plaas daarvan. Per Die Washington Post, hierdie nuwe voorstelle sal ook ander veranderinge moontlik maak, insluitend dat skole elke dag 'n aartappel as die vereiste groente kan aanbied. Hierdie voorgestelde reëlwysigings is op 23 Januarie by die Federale Register ingedien en sal vir 60 dae vir kommentaar aan die publiek beskikbaar gestel word.

Ongeag die persoon wat tans die hoofrol in die Withuis beklee, het presidensiële sjefs in die verlede gesê dat die werk gewoonlik baie uiteenlopend is. Bill Yosses, 'n restauranteienaar en voormalige sjef in die Withuis van 2006-2014, het aan The Huffington Post gesê: 'Dit is soos om 'n hotel-sjef, 'n privaat sjef en 'n restaurant-sjef in een te wees. & Quot

Hy het verduidelik: 'U kook ontbyt, middagete en aandete vir 'n privaat gesin. U is moontlik besig om 'n heerlike proe-spyskaart met 5-6 maaltye te eet, of daar is soveel mense wat deurkom asof dit 'n banket-sjef in 'n hotel is.

Alhoewel Yosses nie vir Trump gekook het nie, het hy 'n bietjie insider -inligting gedeel oor wat die Obamas graag wou eet om hul lus vir soet tand tydens hul tyd in die Withuis te bevredig. 'Die Obamas was mal oor elke soort tert,' het hy aan The Huffington Post gesê. 'Vrugttaart in die somer, piesangroomtert, Boston -roomtert, dit is waaroor hulle gehou het. & Quot


Etes in die Withuis onder Trump vs. Obama wys twee dramaties verskillende smake

Van die verskille in hul algemene toon en houding tot hul voorkeurbeleid, Donald Trump en Barack Obama is twee dramaties verskillende presidente. In baie opsigte is hierdie verskille vir die blote oog duidelik. Maar ander ineenstortings, soos die etes van die Withuis vir Trump teen Obama, bied 'n meer subtiele ontleding van hoe ongelyk die twee mans werklik is.

Volgens 'n verslag van Desember 2018 deur Die New York Times, het die Withuis aansienlike veranderinge in die kookkuns ondergaan in die ampstermyn van Trump - en op meer as een manier. Om mee te begin, is daar net die gerapporteerde eetvoorkeure van die president, homself: terwyl Obama dit geniet het om uit te eet, eet Trump blykbaar selde in openbare DC -ondernemings.

Trump verkies eerder om by die Withuis in te eet, Die New York Times verdere aantekeninge, en sy maaltydvoorkeure kan nie verder van Obama s'n wees nie. Terwyl die kombuis van die Withuis Brusselse spruite en shakshuka ('n eiergebaseerde Marokkaanse gereg) onder Obama se oog gaargemaak het, word die vleisbrood en roomys nou vir die huidige president uitgekap.

Trump se smaakknoppies het telkens aandag getrek sedert hy tot president verkies is. Hy het veral 'n oorgaar steak met ketchup geëet vir sy eerste maaltyd as president, volgens Die Washington Post, en was in die verlede openlik oor sy voorliefde vir kitskos.

Trouens, een November 2017 Politiek gee 'n gedetailleerde verslag oor Trump se liefde vir 'n kwartponder met kaas van McDonald's-spesifiek sonder piekels en ekstra ketchup. Hy was so lief vir die ete, het die publikasie berig, dat hy af en toe 'n assistent gestuur het om dit te gaan haal, want die kombuis van die Withuis kon dit nie heeltemal maak soos hy dit wou hê nie. Terwyl Obama 'n gedokumenteerde liefde vir kaasburgers het en af ​​en toe kitskos, het hy in onderhoude volgehou dat sy gunsteling kos broccoli is.

It's not entirely clear whether Trump's tastes have changed at all since taking office. A March 2018 Bloomberg report claimed that POTUS did radically alter his diet after his presidential physical in January 2018. One thing is clear, though: Trump still holds a special place in his heart for fast food, since he requested a dinner banquet full of it when the White House welcomed the Clemson football team in January 2019, to celebrate their NCAA championship win.

Specifically, per The New Yorker, the banquet smorgasbord included meals from McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King, and more. Photos of the young athletes piling their plates with fast food at the White House quickly went viral. Trump would later tweet that he paid for the dinner himself, because of the government shutdown at the time.

The comparison between Trump and Obama's dietary preferences isn't just about what they personally choose to eat and offer guests at the White House, though. It also has to do with how the administrations use food to unify communities and bridge the divide with other cultures. Die New York Times reports that while Obama's White House often featured local chefs, the Trump administration no longer prioritizes that effort.

Victor Albisu, a local chef who owns the Poca Madre and Taco Bamba restaurants and who used to cook at the White House for both Obama and George W. Bush, said to Die New York Times in 2018, “I have not cooked for anybody in the [Trump] administration. It’s a polarizing time for people, and a table full of food and drinks is the place to put aside those differences. I think this has been a net loss for everyone.”

The new culinary style under Trump has even begun to spread out to school lunch programs across the country. According to Die Washington Post, the U.S. Agriculture Department announced its intentions to roll out school lunch menus packed with more salt and less whole grain in December 2018.

Secretary Sonny Perdue said of the proposed change to The Washington Post, “If kids are not eating what is being served, they are not benefiting, and food is being wasted."

Then, in January 2020, the U.S. Agriculture Department proposed another round of rules, which would allow schools to cut the required amount of veggies and fruits for lunches and breakfasts, and to simultaneously expand their right to sell pizza, burgers, and fries to students instead. Per The Washington Post, these new proposals would also allow other changes, including allowing schools to offer a potato as the required vegetable every single day. These proposed rule changes were submitted to the Federal Register on Jan. 23, and will be open for comment to the public for 60 days.

Regardless of the person currently occupying the top role in the White House, presidential chefs have said in the past that the job is usually quite varied. Bill Yosses, a restaurant owner and former pastry chef at the White House from 2006-2014, said to The Huffington Post, “It’s like being a hotel chef, a private chef and a restaurant chef all in one."

He explained, "You’re cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner for a private family. You could be doing a fine dining tasting menu with 5-6 courses, or you might have so many people coming through it’s like being a banquet chef in a hotel.”

Though Yosses did not cook for Trump, he did share a little bit of insider info on what the Obamas loved to eat to satisfy sweet tooth cravings during their time in the White House. “The Obamas loved pie of every kind,” he told The Huffington Post. “Fruit pie in the summer, banana cream pie, Boston cream pie, that’s what they loved."


White House Meals Under Trump Vs. Obama Show Two Dramatically Different Tastes

From the differences in their general tone and demeanor, to their preferred political policies, Donald Trump and Barack Obama are two dramatically different presidents. In many senses, these differences are totally apparent to the naked eye. But other breakdowns, like the White House meals for Trump vs. Obama, offer a more subtle analysis into how unalike the two men really are.

According a December 2018 report by Die New York Times, the White House has undergone significant change in the culinary sphere under Trump's tenure — and in more ways than one. To begin with, there are just the reported eating preferences of the president, himself: while Obama used to enjoy eating out, Trump apparently rarely dines in public D.C. establishments.

Instead, Trump prefers to eat in at the White House, Die New York Times further notes, and his meal preferences couldn't be further from Obama's. While the White House kitchen cooked up Brussels sprouts and shakshuka (an egg-based Moroccan dish) under Obama's eye, according to the outlet, it now churns out meatloaf and ice cream for the current president.

Trump's tastebuds have drawn attention again and again since he was elected president. He notably ate an over-cooked steak with ketchup for his first meal as president, according to Die Washington Post, and has been open about his penchant for fast food in the past.

In fact, one November 2017 Politiek report detailed Trump's love of a quarter-pounder with cheese from McDonald's — specifically, with no pickles and extra ketchup. He loved the meal so much, the publication reported, that he occasionally sent an aide to go get it, because the White House kitchen couldn't make it quite like he wanted it. While Obama has a documented love of cheeseburgers and the occasional fast food meal, he has maintained in interviews that his favorite food is broccoli.

It's not entirely clear whether Trump's tastes have changed at all since taking office. A March 2018 Bloomberg report claimed that POTUS did radically alter his diet after his presidential physical in January 2018. One thing is clear, though: Trump still holds a special place in his heart for fast food, since he requested a dinner banquet full of it when the White House welcomed the Clemson football team in January 2019, to celebrate their NCAA championship win.

Specifically, per The New Yorker, the banquet smorgasbord included meals from McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King, and more. Photos of the young athletes piling their plates with fast food at the White House quickly went viral. Trump would later tweet that he paid for the dinner himself, because of the government shutdown at the time.

The comparison between Trump and Obama's dietary preferences isn't just about what they personally choose to eat and offer guests at the White House, though. It also has to do with how the administrations use food to unify communities and bridge the divide with other cultures. Die New York Times reports that while Obama's White House often featured local chefs, the Trump administration no longer prioritizes that effort.

Victor Albisu, a local chef who owns the Poca Madre and Taco Bamba restaurants and who used to cook at the White House for both Obama and George W. Bush, said to Die New York Times in 2018, “I have not cooked for anybody in the [Trump] administration. It’s a polarizing time for people, and a table full of food and drinks is the place to put aside those differences. I think this has been a net loss for everyone.”

The new culinary style under Trump has even begun to spread out to school lunch programs across the country. According to Die Washington Post, the U.S. Agriculture Department announced its intentions to roll out school lunch menus packed with more salt and less whole grain in December 2018.

Secretary Sonny Perdue said of the proposed change to The Washington Post, “If kids are not eating what is being served, they are not benefiting, and food is being wasted."

Then, in January 2020, the U.S. Agriculture Department proposed another round of rules, which would allow schools to cut the required amount of veggies and fruits for lunches and breakfasts, and to simultaneously expand their right to sell pizza, burgers, and fries to students instead. Per The Washington Post, these new proposals would also allow other changes, including allowing schools to offer a potato as the required vegetable every single day. These proposed rule changes were submitted to the Federal Register on Jan. 23, and will be open for comment to the public for 60 days.

Regardless of the person currently occupying the top role in the White House, presidential chefs have said in the past that the job is usually quite varied. Bill Yosses, a restaurant owner and former pastry chef at the White House from 2006-2014, said to The Huffington Post, “It’s like being a hotel chef, a private chef and a restaurant chef all in one."

He explained, "You’re cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner for a private family. You could be doing a fine dining tasting menu with 5-6 courses, or you might have so many people coming through it’s like being a banquet chef in a hotel.”

Though Yosses did not cook for Trump, he did share a little bit of insider info on what the Obamas loved to eat to satisfy sweet tooth cravings during their time in the White House. “The Obamas loved pie of every kind,” he told The Huffington Post. “Fruit pie in the summer, banana cream pie, Boston cream pie, that’s what they loved."


White House Meals Under Trump Vs. Obama Show Two Dramatically Different Tastes

From the differences in their general tone and demeanor, to their preferred political policies, Donald Trump and Barack Obama are two dramatically different presidents. In many senses, these differences are totally apparent to the naked eye. But other breakdowns, like the White House meals for Trump vs. Obama, offer a more subtle analysis into how unalike the two men really are.

According a December 2018 report by Die New York Times, the White House has undergone significant change in the culinary sphere under Trump's tenure — and in more ways than one. To begin with, there are just the reported eating preferences of the president, himself: while Obama used to enjoy eating out, Trump apparently rarely dines in public D.C. establishments.

Instead, Trump prefers to eat in at the White House, Die New York Times further notes, and his meal preferences couldn't be further from Obama's. While the White House kitchen cooked up Brussels sprouts and shakshuka (an egg-based Moroccan dish) under Obama's eye, according to the outlet, it now churns out meatloaf and ice cream for the current president.

Trump's tastebuds have drawn attention again and again since he was elected president. He notably ate an over-cooked steak with ketchup for his first meal as president, according to Die Washington Post, and has been open about his penchant for fast food in the past.

In fact, one November 2017 Politiek report detailed Trump's love of a quarter-pounder with cheese from McDonald's — specifically, with no pickles and extra ketchup. He loved the meal so much, the publication reported, that he occasionally sent an aide to go get it, because the White House kitchen couldn't make it quite like he wanted it. While Obama has a documented love of cheeseburgers and the occasional fast food meal, he has maintained in interviews that his favorite food is broccoli.

It's not entirely clear whether Trump's tastes have changed at all since taking office. A March 2018 Bloomberg report claimed that POTUS did radically alter his diet after his presidential physical in January 2018. One thing is clear, though: Trump still holds a special place in his heart for fast food, since he requested a dinner banquet full of it when the White House welcomed the Clemson football team in January 2019, to celebrate their NCAA championship win.

Specifically, per The New Yorker, the banquet smorgasbord included meals from McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King, and more. Photos of the young athletes piling their plates with fast food at the White House quickly went viral. Trump would later tweet that he paid for the dinner himself, because of the government shutdown at the time.

The comparison between Trump and Obama's dietary preferences isn't just about what they personally choose to eat and offer guests at the White House, though. It also has to do with how the administrations use food to unify communities and bridge the divide with other cultures. Die New York Times reports that while Obama's White House often featured local chefs, the Trump administration no longer prioritizes that effort.

Victor Albisu, a local chef who owns the Poca Madre and Taco Bamba restaurants and who used to cook at the White House for both Obama and George W. Bush, said to Die New York Times in 2018, “I have not cooked for anybody in the [Trump] administration. It’s a polarizing time for people, and a table full of food and drinks is the place to put aside those differences. I think this has been a net loss for everyone.”

The new culinary style under Trump has even begun to spread out to school lunch programs across the country. According to Die Washington Post, the U.S. Agriculture Department announced its intentions to roll out school lunch menus packed with more salt and less whole grain in December 2018.

Secretary Sonny Perdue said of the proposed change to The Washington Post, “If kids are not eating what is being served, they are not benefiting, and food is being wasted."

Then, in January 2020, the U.S. Agriculture Department proposed another round of rules, which would allow schools to cut the required amount of veggies and fruits for lunches and breakfasts, and to simultaneously expand their right to sell pizza, burgers, and fries to students instead. Per The Washington Post, these new proposals would also allow other changes, including allowing schools to offer a potato as the required vegetable every single day. These proposed rule changes were submitted to the Federal Register on Jan. 23, and will be open for comment to the public for 60 days.

Regardless of the person currently occupying the top role in the White House, presidential chefs have said in the past that the job is usually quite varied. Bill Yosses, a restaurant owner and former pastry chef at the White House from 2006-2014, said to The Huffington Post, “It’s like being a hotel chef, a private chef and a restaurant chef all in one."

He explained, "You’re cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner for a private family. You could be doing a fine dining tasting menu with 5-6 courses, or you might have so many people coming through it’s like being a banquet chef in a hotel.”

Though Yosses did not cook for Trump, he did share a little bit of insider info on what the Obamas loved to eat to satisfy sweet tooth cravings during their time in the White House. “The Obamas loved pie of every kind,” he told The Huffington Post. “Fruit pie in the summer, banana cream pie, Boston cream pie, that’s what they loved."


White House Meals Under Trump Vs. Obama Show Two Dramatically Different Tastes

From the differences in their general tone and demeanor, to their preferred political policies, Donald Trump and Barack Obama are two dramatically different presidents. In many senses, these differences are totally apparent to the naked eye. But other breakdowns, like the White House meals for Trump vs. Obama, offer a more subtle analysis into how unalike the two men really are.

According a December 2018 report by Die New York Times, the White House has undergone significant change in the culinary sphere under Trump's tenure — and in more ways than one. To begin with, there are just the reported eating preferences of the president, himself: while Obama used to enjoy eating out, Trump apparently rarely dines in public D.C. establishments.

Instead, Trump prefers to eat in at the White House, Die New York Times further notes, and his meal preferences couldn't be further from Obama's. While the White House kitchen cooked up Brussels sprouts and shakshuka (an egg-based Moroccan dish) under Obama's eye, according to the outlet, it now churns out meatloaf and ice cream for the current president.

Trump's tastebuds have drawn attention again and again since he was elected president. He notably ate an over-cooked steak with ketchup for his first meal as president, according to Die Washington Post, and has been open about his penchant for fast food in the past.

In fact, one November 2017 Politiek report detailed Trump's love of a quarter-pounder with cheese from McDonald's — specifically, with no pickles and extra ketchup. He loved the meal so much, the publication reported, that he occasionally sent an aide to go get it, because the White House kitchen couldn't make it quite like he wanted it. While Obama has a documented love of cheeseburgers and the occasional fast food meal, he has maintained in interviews that his favorite food is broccoli.

It's not entirely clear whether Trump's tastes have changed at all since taking office. A March 2018 Bloomberg report claimed that POTUS did radically alter his diet after his presidential physical in January 2018. One thing is clear, though: Trump still holds a special place in his heart for fast food, since he requested a dinner banquet full of it when the White House welcomed the Clemson football team in January 2019, to celebrate their NCAA championship win.

Specifically, per The New Yorker, the banquet smorgasbord included meals from McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King, and more. Photos of the young athletes piling their plates with fast food at the White House quickly went viral. Trump would later tweet that he paid for the dinner himself, because of the government shutdown at the time.

The comparison between Trump and Obama's dietary preferences isn't just about what they personally choose to eat and offer guests at the White House, though. It also has to do with how the administrations use food to unify communities and bridge the divide with other cultures. Die New York Times reports that while Obama's White House often featured local chefs, the Trump administration no longer prioritizes that effort.

Victor Albisu, a local chef who owns the Poca Madre and Taco Bamba restaurants and who used to cook at the White House for both Obama and George W. Bush, said to Die New York Times in 2018, “I have not cooked for anybody in the [Trump] administration. It’s a polarizing time for people, and a table full of food and drinks is the place to put aside those differences. I think this has been a net loss for everyone.”

The new culinary style under Trump has even begun to spread out to school lunch programs across the country. According to Die Washington Post, the U.S. Agriculture Department announced its intentions to roll out school lunch menus packed with more salt and less whole grain in December 2018.

Secretary Sonny Perdue said of the proposed change to The Washington Post, “If kids are not eating what is being served, they are not benefiting, and food is being wasted."

Then, in January 2020, the U.S. Agriculture Department proposed another round of rules, which would allow schools to cut the required amount of veggies and fruits for lunches and breakfasts, and to simultaneously expand their right to sell pizza, burgers, and fries to students instead. Per The Washington Post, these new proposals would also allow other changes, including allowing schools to offer a potato as the required vegetable every single day. These proposed rule changes were submitted to the Federal Register on Jan. 23, and will be open for comment to the public for 60 days.

Regardless of the person currently occupying the top role in the White House, presidential chefs have said in the past that the job is usually quite varied. Bill Yosses, a restaurant owner and former pastry chef at the White House from 2006-2014, said to The Huffington Post, “It’s like being a hotel chef, a private chef and a restaurant chef all in one."

He explained, "You’re cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner for a private family. You could be doing a fine dining tasting menu with 5-6 courses, or you might have so many people coming through it’s like being a banquet chef in a hotel.”

Though Yosses did not cook for Trump, he did share a little bit of insider info on what the Obamas loved to eat to satisfy sweet tooth cravings during their time in the White House. “The Obamas loved pie of every kind,” he told The Huffington Post. “Fruit pie in the summer, banana cream pie, Boston cream pie, that’s what they loved."


White House Meals Under Trump Vs. Obama Show Two Dramatically Different Tastes

From the differences in their general tone and demeanor, to their preferred political policies, Donald Trump and Barack Obama are two dramatically different presidents. In many senses, these differences are totally apparent to the naked eye. But other breakdowns, like the White House meals for Trump vs. Obama, offer a more subtle analysis into how unalike the two men really are.

According a December 2018 report by Die New York Times, the White House has undergone significant change in the culinary sphere under Trump's tenure — and in more ways than one. To begin with, there are just the reported eating preferences of the president, himself: while Obama used to enjoy eating out, Trump apparently rarely dines in public D.C. establishments.

Instead, Trump prefers to eat in at the White House, Die New York Times further notes, and his meal preferences couldn't be further from Obama's. While the White House kitchen cooked up Brussels sprouts and shakshuka (an egg-based Moroccan dish) under Obama's eye, according to the outlet, it now churns out meatloaf and ice cream for the current president.

Trump's tastebuds have drawn attention again and again since he was elected president. He notably ate an over-cooked steak with ketchup for his first meal as president, according to Die Washington Post, and has been open about his penchant for fast food in the past.

In fact, one November 2017 Politiek report detailed Trump's love of a quarter-pounder with cheese from McDonald's — specifically, with no pickles and extra ketchup. He loved the meal so much, the publication reported, that he occasionally sent an aide to go get it, because the White House kitchen couldn't make it quite like he wanted it. While Obama has a documented love of cheeseburgers and the occasional fast food meal, he has maintained in interviews that his favorite food is broccoli.

It's not entirely clear whether Trump's tastes have changed at all since taking office. A March 2018 Bloomberg report claimed that POTUS did radically alter his diet after his presidential physical in January 2018. One thing is clear, though: Trump still holds a special place in his heart for fast food, since he requested a dinner banquet full of it when the White House welcomed the Clemson football team in January 2019, to celebrate their NCAA championship win.

Specifically, per The New Yorker, the banquet smorgasbord included meals from McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King, and more. Photos of the young athletes piling their plates with fast food at the White House quickly went viral. Trump would later tweet that he paid for the dinner himself, because of the government shutdown at the time.

The comparison between Trump and Obama's dietary preferences isn't just about what they personally choose to eat and offer guests at the White House, though. It also has to do with how the administrations use food to unify communities and bridge the divide with other cultures. Die New York Times reports that while Obama's White House often featured local chefs, the Trump administration no longer prioritizes that effort.

Victor Albisu, a local chef who owns the Poca Madre and Taco Bamba restaurants and who used to cook at the White House for both Obama and George W. Bush, said to Die New York Times in 2018, “I have not cooked for anybody in the [Trump] administration. It’s a polarizing time for people, and a table full of food and drinks is the place to put aside those differences. I think this has been a net loss for everyone.”

The new culinary style under Trump has even begun to spread out to school lunch programs across the country. According to Die Washington Post, the U.S. Agriculture Department announced its intentions to roll out school lunch menus packed with more salt and less whole grain in December 2018.

Secretary Sonny Perdue said of the proposed change to The Washington Post, “If kids are not eating what is being served, they are not benefiting, and food is being wasted."

Then, in January 2020, the U.S. Agriculture Department proposed another round of rules, which would allow schools to cut the required amount of veggies and fruits for lunches and breakfasts, and to simultaneously expand their right to sell pizza, burgers, and fries to students instead. Per The Washington Post, these new proposals would also allow other changes, including allowing schools to offer a potato as the required vegetable every single day. These proposed rule changes were submitted to the Federal Register on Jan. 23, and will be open for comment to the public for 60 days.

Regardless of the person currently occupying the top role in the White House, presidential chefs have said in the past that the job is usually quite varied. Bill Yosses, a restaurant owner and former pastry chef at the White House from 2006-2014, said to The Huffington Post, “It’s like being a hotel chef, a private chef and a restaurant chef all in one."

He explained, "You’re cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner for a private family. You could be doing a fine dining tasting menu with 5-6 courses, or you might have so many people coming through it’s like being a banquet chef in a hotel.”

Though Yosses did not cook for Trump, he did share a little bit of insider info on what the Obamas loved to eat to satisfy sweet tooth cravings during their time in the White House. “The Obamas loved pie of every kind,” he told The Huffington Post. “Fruit pie in the summer, banana cream pie, Boston cream pie, that’s what they loved."