Obama's former chef has signed on with NBC.
He's a new Brooklynite after six eventful years as, among other things, the Obamas’ gardener, craft brewer, and private chef.
The so-called political "'It couple' of the year" are keeping it low-key.
"We snuck the wraps into the movie, which is probably illegal ... It's sort of the best of both worlds to eat dinner in the movie theater, but you have to be kind of stealth about it."
While Britain weeps, two players have a ball and Sam Kass helps lead the charge on healthy food initiatives.
Plus White House chef Sam Kass gets a promotion, and the United Kingdom may abolish its Food Standards Agency, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: The makers of Equal are cleared from bankruptcy, and using old wine to make electricity, all in our morning news roundup.
As White House chef Cristeta Comerford prepares for her first state dinner, San Francisco's Rene Verdon remembers the Kennedy White House garden.
• The owner of Drakes Bay Oyster Co. is seeking legislation to renew the permit for his oyster farm after the National Park Service refused to do so. [Press Democrat] • San Francisco Bay herring fishermen recall the past and...
Plus: The Food Network goes to the White House, and Illy's plans for national expansion, all in our morning news roundup.
The 'Top Chef' alum has introduced a "Michelle's Melt."
The Obamas have appointed a new chef, mmmkay Alice Waters?