All The Presidents' Plates

Did you know that each and every President in American history has eaten food (Yup, even Grover Cleveland!!)? Not only that, they all had foods that they love. Here are some of our favorites:

George Washington, even though he lived a couple hundred years ago, loved two pretty normal treats: ice creams and fish. Although hopefully not at the same time. 

Thomas Jefferson had a taste for European delicacies such as fresh anchovies and, of course, grub from a little closer to his home soil like Virginia ham. 

John Adams loved himself some good old-fashioned Indian Pudding. It's a traditional New England dessert that combines corn, milk, molasses, cinnamon, and ginger into a thick custard like pudding. Oh, it's also the 'pudding' mentioned in Yankee Doodle Dandy. 

Abraham Lincoln adored Chicken Fricassee with Herbed Biscuits. A Fricassee is half way between a stew and a sauté. The chicken is first browned in a pan then liquid, heavy on the cream, is added to finish the cooking. It's so simple and amazingly delicious. Lincoln had some good taste! 

Grover Cleveland ate corned beef and cabbage. And that's all we have to say about that. 

Bill Clinton was notorious for his love of all things fast food. Click the image on the left to see an amazing SNL skit starring Phil Hartman. Trust us. It's worth it. 

George W. Bush, a true Texan at heart even while in the oval office, apparently ate Tex-Mex regularly during his tenure as Commander-in-chief. 

President Barrack Obama can't get enough hawaiian pizza - it kinda makes sense given the he grew up in Hawaii. But ham and pineapple on a pizza? Well, it's not for everyone.. 

Happy Presidents Day!