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Mon July 8, 2013
Michigan kid wins lunch at the White House with his pizza pocket recipe
If you have ever visited the White House, you know it's an exciting memory you always treasure.
But how many of us can say we not only visited the White House, we were invited to have lunch with the First Lady of the United States?
Jacob Hirsch of Bloomfield Hills is 8 years old. Tomorrow, Jacob will be a guest at a Kid's "State Dinner" hosted by none other than First Lady Michelle Obama. It's actually a healthy lunch, part of the First Lady's "Let's Move" initiative.
Jacob won his invitation by submitting a healthy recipe in a big national competition. And out of more than 13 hundred entries, Jacob's "Picky Eater Pita Pizza Pocket" was one of 54 winners.
Jacob Hirsch joined us today in the studio.
Listen to the full interview above.