BLACK VOICES
05/29/2013 08:54 am ET

Tales From The Presidential Kitchen: "Black Chefs In The White House"

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Since George Washington took his slave chef, Hercules, to the nation's first capital in Philadelphia, African-Americans have worked in presidential kitchens, cooking for the first families as well as world leaders.

Hear their stories on June 8, when Denver soul food historian Adrian Miller and former White House executive chef Walter Scheib host "Black Chefs in the White House" at the Tivoli Turnhalle Ballroom on the Auraria campus in Denver.

Read more on www.denverpost.com

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