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The History of African-American Chefs in the White House

Since the days of George Washington, African-Americans have worked (either through slavery or free will) in the White House’s kitchens. In a new retrospective, Adrian Miller and former White House executive chef Walter Scheib will host "Black Chefs in the White House,” writes the Denver Post. The event will talk about the diverse cuisine (not just soul food) that Black cooks brought to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave over the years. 

 

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