Friday, November 21, 2008

What chefs will join Obama in D.C.?

AP photo by Jae C. Hong
High school good friend of Kurman Communications, Inc. President Cindy Kurman, Gail Klingensmith, can be proud to say that she's served pancakes to the future President of the United State of America, Barack Obama. Klingensmith is part of the ownership team behind Pamela's, a popular diner with multiple locations in Pittsburgh.

This past April, the Obamas enjoyed Pamela's Swedish pancakes during a campaign stop in the battleground state. Notorious for
their healthy eating and wide-ranging palates, the Obamas were big fans of the pancakes and atmosphere that welcomed them at Pamela's.

This week, the AP published a story covering this "first family of foodies," detailing their local Chicago favorites like Topolobampo and Spiaggia. For the entire article, press here.

Mexican food, pancakes, Italian dining... what type of food will the Obamas ask for in The White House? We hear that Art Smith has already setup shop in DC. Will Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and the Gail / Pamela duo follow?
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