First lady campaigns again for heatlhier school meals, this time at a junior cooks contest
Last Friday, the White House treated 54 kid chefs to a "state dinner," which was hosted by the first lady.
WASHINGTON—Michelle Obama said Friday that 54 junior cooks who won a contest to make healthier yet tasty meals show the nation's schools can also turn out nutritious food that kids will actually eat.
One kid chef from each state, the District of Columbia and three U.S. territories were invited to the White House for a kids' "state dinner" hosted by the first lady.
"The truth is, is that if 8-, 9- and 10-year-old kids can cook and happily eat a healthy, tasty meal, then there is absolutely no reason why we can't get nutritious food into every school in this country that kids will actually enjoy," the first lady said.