Journalists and political insiders packed into the Hay-Adams hotel in downtown Washington on Sunday for a breezy brunch hosted by Thomson Reuters to cap off White House Correspondents’ Dinner weekend.
Shogun Farms wild boar tenderloin was a big hit at the brunch.
Adrian De Berardinis, better known as The Bear-Naked Chef, and onetime Oprah Winfrey personal chef Art Smith held court over a southern schnitzel wild boar dish that had a number of guests salivating.
Chef Art commented “The boar was a huge hit. We were the stars of The White House Corespondents Brunch put on by Thomas Reuter. 300 people. We served probably 500 portions. “