Denver's Adrian Miller is known for his knowledge of soul food, winning a James Beard Award in 2014 for his book Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time. The lawyer and author, Westword reports, has inked a deal for another book, The President's Kitchen Cabinet: The Hidden History of African American Presidential Chefs.
The project will take a trip through presidential history - focusing on African-Americans who cooked inside the White House walls. From past personal chefs to the current ones, Miller will cover it all. The book is said to publish in 2017. Miller will also be working on telling the story through a documentary.