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Former White House chef prepares lunch for Atlanta school

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Kids at one Atlanta school got to ditch the cafeteria food for a meal prepared by a well-known chef on Tuesday.

Atlanta Heights Charter High School had their lunch prepared by former White House Executive Chef Walter Scheib.

The school won the special lunch by showing off their school spirit and meeting with lawmakers.    

Scheib worked as the White House's top chef from 1994 to 2005. He says he was excited to bring a twist to the kid's lunch.

The kids also got a chance to ask the very experienced chef about working in the White House for such a long time. He says it was an experience and job he will never forget.

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