London, March 22 (ANI): British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has asked celebrity chef Jamie Oliver to prepare a 10-course meal for President Barack Obama and other world leaders when they visit London in April for the G20 meet.
The British chef had won the support of many for his role in campaigning against the use of processed foods, especially in national schools.
And it was said that it would be his preferred "home-grown ingredients" that would enter the Downing Street kitchen to rake up a "typical British meal" for the leaders, reports the Scotsman.
The Prime Minister was said to have handpicked the 33-year-old cook to prevent criticism of any form of "lavish dining".
According to Brown, the English chef's restaurant 'Fifteen' and his team of disadvantaged youngsters, some of whom had spent time behind the bars before turning to cooking, presented an example of a "good society".
And it was this society he wanted to put together after the pieces left by the economic slump. (ANI)