Chefs for Hillary Clinton Campaign Launches New Election-Themed Recipes

Hillary Clinton visits cooking classes at the Culinary Academy of Las Vegas in north Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday January 6, 2016.
Hillary Clinton visits cooking classes at the Culinary Academy of Las Vegas in north Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday January 6, 2016. Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images

These chefs are with her! Hillary Clinton's Chefs for Hillary campaign, which showcases Hillary-themed recipes from some of the best chefs across the country, just released 10 new recipes on their Pinterest board.

For the project, big-name celebrity chefs (such as Top Chef's Tom Colicchio!) shared their shared their favorite recipes — with politically inspired names! — that supporters can whip up at home or prepare in batches for election parties and fundraisers.

"Hillary has spent her entire life fighting for children, minorities and the disenfranchised," Colicchio, who shared instructions for his Barnstormin' Bacon Wrapped Figs, tells Us Weekly. "I believe that her progressive policies will move this country forward."

Chef Tom Colicchio attends FOOD & WINE 2016 Best New Chefs event on April 5, 2016 in New York City.
Chef Tom Colicchio attends FOOD & WINE 2016 Best New Chefs event on April 5, 2016 in New York City. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for FOOD & WINE

More new recipes sure to trump your average dinner include Make Gazpacho Great Again by Made In Spain's José Andres, Play the Woman Card-amom Roasted Cauliflower by Tapestry's Suvir Saran and Nacho Average Election by Food Matters NYC's Tricia Williams. Check out the full round-up of recipes at the Chefs for Hillary Pinterest board.

The campaign, which first launched in August to support the 68-year-old Democratic nominee, also includes dishes by food industry pros such as Iron Chef's Mario Batali and cronut-creator Dominique Ansel.

The former Secretary of State exclusively shared some fun tidbits about her eating habits when she told Us 25 facts about herself in April.

“I love to snack on hot chili peppers, and I put hot sauce on everything,” the politician, married to former president Bill Clinton, told Us at the time, adding: “Chocolate is my weakness… as are Goldfish.”

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