The 61-year-old, who cooked for presidents Clinton and George W. Bush, had been missing for more than a week.
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Susan Morrison is the Obamas' new baker.
You go, squirrel!
He cooks for Obama several nights a week.
How does the word Barrybrau-gate strike you?
Can't they go climb trees or something?
West Oak Lane’s Relish Benefits From Millions in Public Funding; Dannon Forced to Stop Saying Activia Makes People Poop
Plus Phillies Wives puts out a cookbook, and one out of six Americans gets food poisoning each year, all in our morning news roundup.
Officials See No Rise in Egg-Related Salmonella Cases in PA and NJ; Editorial Staff Flees Every Day With Rachael Ray
Plus non-locavres are eating up 70s tome The I Hate to Cook Book, and White House chef says the Obamas are easy eaters, all in our morning news roundup.
Campbell's Dishes Up New Products for Analysts; Details Still Murky on the Gulf Oil Spill's Imapct on Seafood
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.
The Top Chef winner doesn't have sufficient ID, while the business maven eats a lot on a recent trip.
Lagasse gears up for Fresh Food Fast and a Palms restaurant honors its slain owner.
Cristeta Comerford and Bill Yosses take a day trip to Ditmas Park.
The state dinner cooked by Bayless went according to plan, with no major mishaps.
Washington D.C. newspapers clamor for a controversy before the big event.
A presidential decree and a presidential pastry chef keep their focus on nutrition, while natural wines are the focus of local restaurants this week.
Rick Bayless will cook a dinner for 200 guests at the White House
Plus: Corporate-owned gardens increasing, White House calls to stop marketing food to kids, and food manufacturers increase gluten-free options.