When Mrs. Bush axed then-White House chef Walter Scheib last winter (see the March 15, 2005 RH e-newsletter), the board of the Women Chefs and Restaurateurs organization got into the act, urging the appointment of a woman. Bonnie Moore, head of the WCR Board, made a strong argument for putting a woman in charge of the White House kitchen. "The White House kitchen has long been based on the male European model," she said at the time. "We've only recently had an American in the White House," ...
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