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What was John F. Kennedy's favorite food?

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JFK regularly ordered chicken in a champagne sauce when he ate out and adopted the trend toward French cuisine that his wife embraced for entertaining guests. He also revealed a fondness for hearty, New England dishes in his daily meals. He ate soup daily and requested Boston clam chowder often.

Though his favorite foods are not verified, his breakfast typically consisted of a poached egg with broiled, crisp bacon, toast with marmalade and coffee. He liked to eat lamb chops, steak, seafood, mashed potatoes, white-meat turkey and baked chicken for dinner. Chocolate was his regular choice for dessert when he had it, and he preferred beer over Jackie's daiquiri.


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