September 25, 2005

Food News: Women still struggle to become a top chef

"PHILADELPHIA - (KRT) - In a historic move last month, the White House hired its first female chef, a petite, 42-year-old mother of a toddler who is now charged with cooking hundreds of meals for President Bush, his family and guests.

The move was lauded by women chef organizations, who had asked first lady Laura Bush to hire Cristeta Comerford to make a statement to the culinary world that women can and should hold more top positions."

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Posted by Jennifer at September 25, 2005 4:22 PM
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