Happening People: John Moeller at Cucina & Tavola

John Moeller
Cucina & Tavola will host John Moeller, the Award Winning White House Chef for a book signing.

“Dining at the White House – From the President’s Table” will be presented on November 22nd from 2 to 4PM.

New York, Friday 14th of November – Cucina Tavola will host former White House Chef, John Moeller, for a book signing on November 22nd from 2 to 4 PM.

“Dining at the White House – From the President’s Table” to Yours is a sizzling new book by former White House Chef, John Moeller. This is a superbly published hardcover book that pulls the curtain back and dishes out some of the most memorable likes and dislikes of our nation’s top leaders and their families and captures over 100 mouth-watering White House recipes.

Located at 235 Grand Street, Brooklyn, Cucina Tavola is Sambonet Group’s first store in Williamsburg, a one-stop shop selling products from kitchen to dining room.

The store provides the most updated items in conjunctions with closeouts that offer up to 80% discount on the store’s products and gives the consumers the chance to choose among a wide range of high-quality products – which are also used by top-notch restaurants and hotels – such as kitchenware, tabletop, design-driven flatware, giftware and porcelain utensils.

White House Chef John Moeller cooked and served the food to first families and their guests at the White House from September 1992 to 2005 – three Presidential administrations.

Chef John Moeller is a member of the elite corps of chefs who have served in the White House preparing très soigné cuisine for Presidents, First Families, and their guests. Chef Moeller served three First Families in the White House from 1992 until 2005. He is noted for his trademark use of fresh, healthy ingredients in dishes inspired by his classical French training with an American twist.

Dining at the White House pulls the curtain back on what it is like to cook and dine in America’s most famous home and describes Chef Moeller’s most memorable moments cooking for three First Families. It includes recipes for one-of-a-kind dishes. Useful chef notes help adapt fine French cooking techniques for the home cook.

During his tenure, he helped create and prepare meals for the First Families, for world leaders like Tony Blair and Nelson Mandela, for famous guests like Julia Child and Sophia Loren, and for holiday parties and trips to Camp David.

Dining at the White House won the Gold Medal for the 2014 Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Cookbook of the Year, awarded by the Independent Book Publishers Association and the 2014 Gold Award for Best Celebrity Memoir of the Year presented by the Independent Publishers Association.