U.S. President Barack Obama has been said to be open-minded when it comes to trying new food.
This president is an adventurous diner, CNN's Ed Henry told Politico last December.
The president really loves the short ribs when he goes to Alex Wong's restaurant. He sometimes tries to get a second helping.
Indeed, the photos of Obama eating at various public events show him consuming many different types of foods, including donuts, popcorns, hotdogs, ice cream, beer, chicken and more.
Below are the photos of Obama eating:
U.S. President Barack Obama eats his lunch at Rudy's Hot Dog in Toledo, Ohio, June 3, 2011. Reuters
U.S. President Barack Obama drinks from a pint of Guinness stout at the Ollie Hayes pub in Moneygall, Ireland May 23, 2011. Obama sipped a pint of stout and cuddled babies on Monday as a tiny Irish village on Monday welcomed home "a long lost cousin" with an outpouring of affection. Hoisting a glass of Guinness at Ollie Hayes pub as fiddle music played, Obama thus began a four-nation tour of Europe with a celebration of his ancestral roots. Reuters
U.S. President Barack Obama and his daughter Malia (2nd L) eat "shave ice" with family friends outside of Island Snow while they are on Christmas vacation in Kailua, Hawaii December 27, 2010. Reuters
U.S. President Barack Obama eats "shave ice" at Island Snow near where he is staying while he is on Christmas vacation in Kailua, Hawaii December 27, 2010. Reuters
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) eats ice cream as he visits the Great Buddha statue in Kamakura, on the sidelines of the APEC summit, November 14, 2010. Reuters
U.S. President Barack Obama and Washington State Democratic Senator Patty Murray stop at a donut shop in Seattle, Washington October 21, 2010. Obama is on a four-day, five-state swing to support Democrats in the upcoming election. Reuters
U.S. President Barack Obama eats a locally-caught shrimp with David Camardelles (R) and convenience store owner Patti Gaspard during a meeting with locals in Grand Isle, Louisiana, June 4, 2010. Obama travelled to the Louisiana gulf coast to further assess damage from the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Reuters