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Annemarie Huste (1943-2016) was a German-American chef who worked for, amongst others, as private chef to Jacqueline Kennedy between 1964 and 1968. She subsequently worked as an executive chef and a cookbook author. Annemarie Huste was born in Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, on May 30, 1943, to Karl and Annemarie (née Bass) Huste
Annemarie Huste at her Manhattan home in 1968. She was Jacqueline Kennedy’s chef until she chose to speak to the press. Annemarie Huste, whose career as private chef to Jacqueline Kennedy came to an abrupt and much-publicized end in April 1968 when she was fired for talking to the press, died on Wednesday at her home in East Islip, . She was 73. The cause was complications of Alzheimer’s disease, her daughter, Bea Huste-Petersen, said. So I had a ‘Joy of Cooking’ cookbook, and to this day you can see the sweaty cocoa prints on the pages. in the summers and spending time in the kitchen with young John F. Kennedy J. teaching him to make Wiener schnitzel. You have 4 free articles remaining.