White House Superbowl Lunch: LBJ Chili, Reagan Guac, Obama Cobbler & More: From the Archives
President Obama grabs himself some Superbowl Sunday lunch before settling in to watch the game on a big screen with guests in the White House theater.
“Old Dogs” and “Jackie Kennedy” are the story topics, according to this website statistics, which draw the most readers but one which rises dramatically at this time of year is a previous article with ten favorite recipes of Presidents and First Ladies for the perfect Superbowl Sunday feast.
The Superbowl has been part of the national popular culture since the LBJ Administration, and by the 1980s had grown to such a popular day for friends and family to gather around on the hinge of the game – and eat a lot.
So click there for the following recipes:
Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson’s Pedernales River Chili
Dick and Pat Nixon’s Hot Potato Chip Chicken Salad.
Jerry and Betty Ford’s Braised Red Cabbage.
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter’s Plains Cheese Ring.
Ronald and Nancy Reagan’s Guacamole.
George H. and Barbara Bush’s Corn Pudding.
Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Chicken Enchilada.
George W. and Laura Bush’s Olive Tuna Salad.
Barack and Michele Obama’s Apple Cobbler.
Categories: First Ladies, Presidents, The Bushes, The Carters, The Clintons, The Fords, The LBJs, The Nixons, The Obamas
Tags: Barack Obama, Food, George Bush, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Ronald Reagan, Superbowl, White House