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Presidents & Their Food: 50 Facts You Never Knew

Gourmandize Logo By Stephanie Holmes of Gourmandize | Slide 1 of 51: A lot has changed food-wise, since George Washington became the first President of the United States in 1789. And each of his presidential successors had distinct food preferences and habits. Some had very plain tastes, some were more decadent, and others were a little bit wacky when it came to food. Wondering which president would go to town on a plate of pasta with red sauce? Read on to find out.

From the Founding Fathers to Joe Biden

A lot has changed food-wise, since George Washington became the first President of the United States in 1789. And each of his presidential successors had distinct food preferences and habits. Some had very plain tastes, some were more decadent, and others were a little bit wacky when it came to food. Wondering which president would go to town on a plate of pasta with red sauce? Read on to find out.

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