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Young Cooks at the Forefront
Have you ever imagined what it’s like to cook for state dinners at The White House? It must be exciting, right? Frightening? Yes, at least, a little bit. What if you are 9 or 10? Huh!?
It seems that a program called Young Chefs Academy introduces children to cooking as if they were to prepare a dinner for 75. And, to help with the curriculum and the execution of the program, the operators of the Academy have enlisted the aid of former White House Executive Pastry Chef Roland Mesnier. He’s the chef with the longest tenure at The White House, 26 years for five presidents.
These children get it. One 6-year-old took great care to make her chicken dish visually appealing. Impressive.
What a dream. Sounds fun to us and delicious. Can we be kids again?