Hunky WH chef dances with Elmo; causes fainting, vapors, mayhem

Let's just say, as point of general agreement, that federal government is not overburdened with dreaminess. No slight — this is serious work, for serious people. The White House also is ah, very full of serious people. And Beltway is not at all looksist — oh, no.

We have sturdily and with grim purpose looked away from White House chef Sam Kass for some time now. Sam Kass with a bowl of snap peas, Sam Kass enigmatic on the South Lawn, Sam Kass eschewing the toque for a jaunty knit cap in the White House kitchen. We are immune — caring only for the upcoming budget numbers and next month's State of the Union.

Until now, and a Sam Kass feature that cannot be ignored. Watch at your own peril, here

 

 

 

 

 

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