Young and Hungry

Bill Clinton Needs Better Food Advisers

Bill O'Reilly is all worked up about former President Clinton's hypocrisy on healthy eating. I'd argue that food hypocrisy is just a natural part of the human experience: We know we should eat better, but we can't keep our needy little paws off those burgers and fries. Far less forgivable is Clinton's choice of patty providers: Z Burger.

Please allow Y&H to provide a plan of attack the next time you, Mr. Clinton, have a jones for a burger, fries, and shake: Stop at Central Michel Richard for the celebrity chef's excellent burger and fries, then hop into the motorcade and go to Good Stuff Eatery for one of Spike Mendelsohn's amazing, custard-based shakes, which you can treat as dessert.


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