Sunday, November 6, 2011

Monday: First Lady Michelle Obama & Chefs On "The Nate Berkus Show"

An interview with Mrs. Obama, a Kitchen Garden tour, a lesson in healthy cooking...
UPDATE: Videos are here
First Lady Michelle Obama, Executive Chef Cristeta Comerford, and Senior Policy Advisor for Healthy Food Initiatives Sam Kass are all featured in a special episode of NBC daytimer "The Nate Berkus Show," which will air on Monday, Nov. 7. It's the first time all have been on the show. Host Berkus, an interior designer, took his crew to film at the White House during the October 5th Fall Harvest of the Kitchen Garden, according to an East Wing spokesman. (Above: Mrs. Obama and Berkus on the South Lawn)

Berkus has an "exclusive interview" with Mrs. Obama, and she'll talk about the Let's Move! campaign: "Nate joins the First Lady on the South Lawn for her only interview in daytime about how viewers can change the way their families eat – today!" notes the press release.

Berkus also tours the Kitchen Garden with Kass, and visits the kitchen for a lesson in healthy cooking from Comerford: "Cook a five star meal that’s fit for your First Family!" Check your local listings for showtimes.

Lots of White House Kitchen TV last week...
Click here to watch videos of Kass giving Kitchen Garden tours last week, during a special media day at the White House. Comerford and two other chefs were featured on the"Today" show last Friday, thanks to losing a collective 75 pounds. Mrs. Obama's forthcoming book, "American Grown," is about the Kitchen Garden, and will be released in April of 2012. The 2011 Fall Harvest is included in the book, too.

*Photo courtesy of NBC/The Nate Berkus Show

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