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Cindy Wolf makes lunch at the White House

Now here's a Tweet you don't see every day. This one was posted at 6:17 p.m. yesterday:

"I was delighted to work with the Naval Culinary Team today for a lunch at the White House. An amazing experience."

— Cindy Wolf (@chefcindywolf) July 30, 2014 

A spokeswoman for Wolf said that the Baltimore-based chef and restaurateur has been asked not to disclose any additional details about the White House lunch, including the guest list or the menu.

We do know this much. Yesterday, at lunchtime, the president was in Kansas City, Mo., according to both the official White House schedule and local news reports, which avidly documented the president’s consumption of and appreciation for Kansas City-style barbecue.

 

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