Something Inside of Us Sleeps, The Sleeper Must Awaken

Adrian Miller, James Beard Award winner, to lecture at UNC Asheville

A historic photo of the White House kitchen staff during the Truman Administration, circa 1952. Culinary historian Adrian Miller discusses the history of Black chefs in the White House in his book, "The President's Kitchen Cabinet."

ASHEVILLE – An award-winning food items author is bringing his tales of just one of the much less publicized parts of the White Dwelling to Asheville this month.

Culinary historian Adrian Miller and author of “The President’s Kitchen area Cabinet: The Tale of the African Us citizens Who Have Fed Our Very first People, from the Washingtons to the Obamas” will share particulars about the decades of kitchen area personnel and lots of other tales at a distinctive event presented by UNC Asheville.

“It is some thing people just never imagine about. A great deal of time we’re not uncovered to the private lives of our presidents, so we really don’t know what they have working day-in and day-out in conditions of having and factors like that, even though far more latest presidents have been more open up about that,” Miller mentioned. “This is a chance to peek within the personal lives of our presidents, and it tells one thing about them.”