Fine Gourmet at the White House
By Michael D. Shear
You've won the Republican nomination. You've been invited by the President to the White House for lunch in the private dining room off the Oval Office. So what's on the menu? Steak? Seafood? Something French?
"He said he was having a hot dog, so I had a hot dog," Sen. John McCain told skeptical reporters aboard his campaign plane about his lunch yesterday.
"Are White House hot dogs different from other hot dogs?" he was asked.
"It tasted pretty much the same to me," said McCain, whose tastes go more toward barbecue ribs than hot dogs.
"Fruit," he said, without elaborating.
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