Michelle Obama on the President in the Kitchen: He's 'Not a Bad Cook' (Video)
"Today's" Al Roker stopped by the Kids' State Dinner to talk healthy eating habits and dished on the president's go-to menu items.
What is President Barack Obama's culinary specialty and weakness?
Today's Al Roker stopped by the Kids' State Dinner on Friday, a special event rewarding 54 junior chefs with a trip to the White House. At the event, the president described the delectable weaknesses of his own family, noting that his daughter Malia has a soft spot for ice cream. "Basically, if there is a bowl of good chips and guacamole, I lose my mind," he said of himself.
He also spoke with first lady Michelle Obama at the event about promoting healthy eating habits. "It's hard to change adults' habits, but kids really embrace change," she told Roker in a segment that aired Monday morning. "Get them involved, ask their opinions. They'll engage."
When asked who is better in the kitchen, she said, "I would say that I am because I've done it more. The president's not a bad cook." His go-to specialty? "Chili and a stir fry. I mean, he's very proud of his chili."
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