George Washington, the first US President had simple eating diets. He enjoyed nuts, fish, and Madeira Wine.
Thomas Jefferson may have been America’s first foodie. The Founding Father developed a taste for French cuisine, grew a vast vegetable garden and cherished a farm-to-table diet.
The 11th President, James Polk was known to be a finicky eater.
Abraham Lincoln was more of a modest eater. According to historians, the 16th president “liked apples and hot coffee,” and didn’t demand much in a meal.
The eighteenth president Ulysses S. Grant enjoyed coffee and was fond of rice pudding.
Franklin D. Roosevelt enjoyed hotdogs, fruit cake, and toasted cheese.
On the other hand, Ronald Reagan was known for his sweet tooth. The country’s 40th president munched on jelly beans to quit smoking and quickly fell in love with the candy
More fun facts on the Presidential Diet over the years at CNN.com