|By JULIETTE ROSSANT|
Now that the White House has put out the wanted sign for a new executive chef (see previous article), I think we Foodies should give First Lady Laura Bush a helping hand. I suggest some innovation: why not have top American chefs co-cook for state dinners -- one guest chef per dinner?
I happen to have a ready-made list of super chefs from the book, Super Chef as well as my Celebrity Chefs column for theForbes Celebrity 100 list.
Just click on any of the headshots below to generate an automatic email with your vote: please vote as many times as you like:
Or, feel more than free to suggest candidates of your own as guest chefs for White House state dinners: just click here to generate an automatic email me with your suggestions.
I accept the last vote by 11:59 p.m. ET on Monday, February 28, 2005 -- so I have time to get your votes into the White House for them to consider this seriously -- everything is about lobbying in Washington. I will post the results on Tuesday, March 1, 2005.
Please email the link of this article to family and friends: post it anywhere you like.
Come on, Foodie America, let's do our civic duty and vote -- with taste!
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