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By Nick Assinder

Political correspondent, BBC News website 999999.gif

Despatches from the House of Commons

Tony Blair and George Bush had their "Colgate" moment - when it was revealed by the president during their first meeting that they both used the same toothpaste.

Now, Gordon Brown has been given his "pudding" moment with the president.

The White House has released details of the dinner provided for the two leaders at their Camp David meeting.

After a main course of roast tenderloin of beef, mashed potatoes, sautéed green beans and peas with smoked bacon and mint, they enjoyed a dessert of, you guessed it, brownies with caramel and vanilla sauce.

Good old US humour or a happy accident?

The White House also revealed that Monday's lunch menu was classic American fare - cheeseburgers, French fries and onion rings, followed by banana pudding.

So, they must have a McDonalds at Camp David then. A suggestion - if the president visits Mr Brown, perhaps a menu of haggis and neeps washed down with a pint of heavy.

Story from BBC NEWS:


Published: 2007/07/23 09:00:20 GMT


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