The outgoing First Family revitalized the White House as an international culinary center with their focus on a healthy lifestyle. What better way to celebrate that than with some hearty but healthy fall sides.
Ailsa (sounds like “Elsa”) hails from Norfolk, Virginia. Suffering from a serious case of culinary wanderlust, she has eaten her way clear around the globe. She was also a contestant on the latest season of FOX’s MasterChef with Gordon Ramsey. Now based in Washington, DC she has dedicated herself to time travel, in search of America’s long lost foodie favorites. For more about Ailsa von D and her curious tastebuds, visit: www.thecurioustastebud.com
Yes, that's right. The president perhaps most famous food-wise for his not so expansive palate dug cheeseburger pizza.
Few presidents had a better reputation as a food lover than Bill Clinton, and what better way to celebrate that than with this recipe.
Given President George H. W. Bush's war on broccoli and that it's fall, indulge in a little something sweet and autumnal.
Trendy healthy foods were popular in the Reagan household, and they had a killer recipe for gazpacho.
Few presidential families cooked up quite a delectable storm like the Carter family, and their shrimp and grits is no exception.
The Ford family was pretty athletic and healthy as First families go, but one child really loved this American classic for dessert.
President Richard Nixon's family was in the burger business, so it's no surprise he served them to some of his more famous guests.
LBJ and his wife Lady Bird made full use of "barbeque diplomacy" while in the White House, and with this recipe it's no wonder he was so persuasive.
Looking for a summer recipe that represents class made manifest? Look no further.