Joe Biden Met Vikas Khanna At The White House And He Was All Praises For The Chef
The Michelin-starred chef who was at the White House for a Diwali dinner presented his book Utsav: A Culinary Epic of Indian Festivals to the Vice President.
(Photo: Twitter/Chef Vikas Khanna and US Vice-President joe Biden.)
The US Elections came as a shocker to world when Donald Trump was declared the next President of the United States of America. Soon after, the focus of netizens shifted from Trump to outgoing-President Barack Obama and his main man, Vice-President Joe Biden. A series of hilarious memes made their way on social media platforms, showing how the two would be reacting to Trump's win.
As for today, Vice-President Biden isn't in news for the memes per se, but for his meeting with chef Vikas Khanna.
On November 17, celebrity Chef and India's culinary heartthrob Vikas Khanna met Biden at the White House for Diwali dinner. And just like all of who love to share our special moments on social media, Khanna too took to microblogging site Twitter to share the news with his fans and followers.
Excited as Khanna was to meet the Vice-President, he posted tweets while he was on his was to the White House and even after he arrived at the venue.
The Michelin-starred chef who was at the White House for a Diwali dinner presented his book Utsav: A Culinary Epic of Indian Festivals to the Vice-President who seemed quite happy to have received it.
However, the most special moment seems to be the one when Biden told Khanna that he was thankful to the chef for contributing so much to America and sharing India with the American citizens.
That's quite overwhelming, isn't it?
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