There have been many faces to come and go from the White House, politicians that the American people have come to recognize for better or worse – but what about the people who work behind the scenes? Little thought is given by the public as to who it is that prepares the First Family’s meal – that is until they laid their eyes on Andre Rush a freelance White House chef with 24-inch biceps.
A retired Army Master Sergeant Chef, the buff culinary master is classically trained in plating, baking, cake decoration, and ice carving. The eye-catching Rush went viral after Wall Street Journal reporter Vivian Salama tweeted out a picture of the chef, alongside two other chefs, who were prepping a dinner at the White House in honor of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Since being discovered, the mouth-watering chef uses his platform to advocate for military service suicide prevention. Scroll down to learn more about this multi-talented vet.
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According to his website Rush is renown as one of the top chefs in the United States military, and retired as Master Sergeant. He has represented the Army resulting in over 100 new soldiers joining the forces. He was also a member of the United States Culinary Arts Team where he competed and won 150 medals and trophies.
He caught the attention of the internet after a reporter tweeted out this photo
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