Never one to take shortcuts in the kitchen, Martha would warm up with soup made from black beans that have been soaked overnight. Her made-from-scratch soup would be accompanied by a wide array of toppings like shredded Gruyere cheese, avocado, cilantro, and sliced onions. The entertaining expert’s lunch is sure to be palate pleasing and include a certain je ne sais quoi. Or as Martha would say, “It’s a good thing.”
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The former first lady started a garden in the White House and we have no doubt she’ll be using her green thumb at her private residence in D.C. For lunch Mrs. Obama would have a homegrown, organic spinach salad. From her infamous song about turnips, we know the first lady is a fan, and would top her salad with sliced turnips, cucumbers, carrots, and tomatoes. To stay energized for her afternoon run or SoulCycle class, Michelle would add heart-healthy fats like avocado, and an olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette dressing.
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After seeing his former Miami teammate, Ray Allen, quickly lose ten pounds after going Paleo, King James decided to give it a try. He cut out carbs and dairy and focused on high quality proteins like meat, fish, nuts, and leafy greens. LeBron not only lost weight, but also credits the diet for for improving his agility and speed on the court. This Cav is not likely to change is meal plan anytime soon, and would choose grilled shrimp with jicama and carrot slaw and a salad with grilled chicken and mango-avocado salsa. For an extra boost of energy to power up for a big game, he’d have a tissue-supporting turmeric and orange smoothie.
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Whether competing with other chefs on “Beat Bobby Flay” or creating recipes for his Bobby’s Burger Palace restaurants, Chef Flay always brings bold flavors to the table. His lunch of choice would follow suit and combine two of his favorite tastes—southwestern cuisine and burgers. With multiple cooking shows and books devoted to barbecue, the grill master would create a smoky burger with jalapeño peppers for a spicy kick. For a side, he’d make garlic fries with truffle aioli dipping sauce.
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The President-elect was an avid fast food fan on the campaign trail citing McDonald’s and one of his favorite restaurants. We figure President Trump will still enjoy his favorite Filet-O-Fish snack along with some Cheetos. His drink of choice is a Diet Coke, which has the needed caffeine boost to compose Tweets or run the free world.
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