American President Jimmy Carter talks about his childhood foods in "A Remarkable Mother." Read it.
William Jefferson Clinton entered the White House as a junk-food lover. But a wake-up call in 2004 would turn him into an evangelist for healthy eating. Read it.
Once known as the Queen's Head, Fraunces Tavern was an important stop-over for the first American President, George Washington. Read it.
Inspired by a family tradition of farming, John Adams loved homegrown fresh fruits and vegetables. Read it.
The 6th American President spoke often about dining with cohorts, friends and family. But in a rare entry, he mentioned specific foods. Read it.
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Which American Presidents liked turtle soup, cabbage, pancakes, ice cream and toasted marshmallows? What did Honest Abe eat? Read it.
Thomas Jefferson, the third American Preisdent, was an adventurous eater, influenced by his time spent in France. Deviled eggs and anchovies might have been on his menus. Read it.
John F. Kennedy loved lobster stew, but he also loved New England Clam Chowder. Recipe by Judy "the foodie." Read it.
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