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Obama Eats and Pays … recession proof recipe included

Dig it! The President pays for his own food!!!
Did you know that the first family pays for their own foods? True!
The first family can pick whatever snacks they want and ask the chef to prepare the foods that they like, and then they will receive a bill at the end of the month. I understand past presidents and their families were surprised at the prices!!!
What will the Obamas eat? Are they on a budget?
I have it on good account that there will be some healthy changes in The White House!
Often called a miracle food because it packs more nutritional punch than most veggies and heavily loaded with vitamin C, vitamin A and calcium, broccoli will be a mainstay on the menu. In addition, you might find a bottle or two of Organic Berry Tea in the President’s fridge. He enjoys a big healthy gulp after his workouts! And finally, there will be raw nuts available for snacks. The operative word here is raw … not overly salted, or dry-roasted! Raw and healthy!!
Here follows one of Our Lady of Weight Loss’s Fav Recipes … just in case the White House Chef is in need of something simple, easy, and Our Lady of Weight Loss approved! Plus, it’s a cheap eat! Recession proof.
Presidential Chicken with Broccoli
Ingredients: One whole boneless, skinless chicken breast (diced into 1/2″ pieces) * One bunch fresh broccoli (cut into medium pieces) * 3-4 cloves garlic sliced or minced (Are you brave? Throw in more!) * Healthy-style pasta rigatoni approximately 6 ounces cooked al-dente * Olive oil
Instructions: Prepare all ingredients and get out a large stir-fry pan.* Cook pasta and drain well. * When pasta is almost done, heat pan and add about 1 tablespoon olive oil, continue to heat. * Stir-fry chicken and garlic. * When chicken is uniformly cooked (no pink areas), add broccoli and continue to stir fry. * If ingredients too dry add just a little chicken broth or olive oil sparingly. * Add pasta, stir again, put lid on pan and let sit on low heat about 5 to 10 minutes. * Enjoy!
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  • becky stone

    Fascinating! I would love to know how much their bill is and where they buy their food. And boy oh boy, would I love a cook!

  • Renee Drew

    Due to MS, I am no longer able to cook. My wonderful husband does pretty much everything for me, AFTER he gets home from work! What a great guy. I’ve saved this recipe for him (and me, too).

  • mama

    i think you are making this up ;P

  • leah

    who cares what he eats !
    he can have whatever he wants for dinner
    while over 13 million and counting in each state go hungry
    or scrape to feed their families !
    im tired of hearing obout what he has
    and compare it to what we have
    there is no comparasion.
    he could have #$#$%#$% lined in gold
    and that aint gonna change the fact we are loosing jobs
    and standing in foodstamp lines , and working menial jobs just to feed our families .
    i wanna see a REAL person live like us , struggle like us
    and go without food like us
    that will be the person that we all can relate to
    we are 12 million in each state and counting unemployment
    strong !!!
    find another subject to discuess
    that will help our economy and our people we dont waanna here what the president has for dinner GEESHHH!!!

  • Nana

    I appreciate the point that the first family is trying to eat healthy and that’s a good example for all of us. Thanks for the recipe, could you please include the number of servings in your future recipes. The Food Stamp Nutrition Connection Recipe Finder is an excellent source of low cost healthy recipes. Each recipe includes nutrition facts and estimated cost. You can search for recipes by ingredient, category, cost, method, time to prepare etc. SNAP-Ed, the food Stamp program’s nutrtition education division also has lots of resources for helping you learn how to eat better. Contact your local Food Stamps office to ask about nutrition education classes available in your area. They have a great booklet called Loving Your Family Feeding Their Future which teaches the seven habits all healthy families want to develop. They also have a campaign called Eat Smart, Live Strong that focuses on the special health needs of the elderly. Food Stamps isn’t just about getting food to those who are needy it’s also about teaching people about the importance of eating nutrient dense foods and increasing their physical activity. Also thanks to programs like Food Stamps and WIC fewer people are going to bed hungry tonight. Obama and Congress made access easier and increased Food Stamps benefits by 13% last April in an effort to help Americans during these difficult times. No one should have to be hungry there are programs available to help.

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