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Last updated on July 23rd, 2017 at 01:59 pm
Kitchen duties may have traditionally been viewed as women’s work, but not at the White House. Until now: Cristeta Comerford has been named executive chief. After an extensive six-month search, first lady Laura Bush announced Sunday that Comerford was chosen from hundreds of applicants to head the executive kitchen. A naturalized U.S. citizen from the Philippines, she will be the first woman and first minority to hold the post.
Comerford, a 10-year veteran of the White House kitchen, apparently sealed the deal with a spectacular halibut feast for the Indian Prime Minister. Here she is at work. And here are some excellent adobo recipes; don’t skimp on the garlic.