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Gulag food for kids at the White House
Food plate sits out as an example of the meal guest will eat at the first ever Kids’ ‘State Dinner’ luncheon, hosted by first lady Michelle Obama, in the East Room of the White House, Monday, Aug. 20, 2012 in Washington. The plate is Yummy Cabbage Sloppy Joes and Baked Zucchini Fries. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
First Lady Michelle Obama served a healthy meal to kids today, attending the official “Kids’ State Dinner.” The event was held at the White House to promote the First Lady’s “Lets Move” anti-obesity initiative.
Here is the menu, which was composted of winning recipes submitted by children for the contest. (via the pool report)
The menu: Kale Chips from the New York winner were placed on each table ahead of the appetizer, which was Quinoa Black Bean and Corn Salad from the Arizona winner. The entree was “Yummy Cabbage Sloppy Joes” from the Kansas winner, accompanied by Baked Zucchini Fries from the North Carolina winner. Dessert was two recipes: A Strawberryana Smoothie from the Hawaii winner; and a “Summer Fruit Garland” from the South Dakota winner, which was chunks of fruit on a wooden skewer.
“All the kids are winners,” stressed Michelle Obama’s Deputy Communications Director Semonti Stephens to the children that attended the dinner.
“Yummy” cabbage sloppy joes?
Can we go back to the time before First “Ladies” (using the term “lady” very loosely) began to insist on sponsoring a nanny-state “do-gooder” project to make themselves seem important?
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They don’t feed the kids enough to call it a dinner. What’s next? The “Kids’ State Snack”?