The New York Times describes him as a member of Palin's "kitchen cabinet."
These advisers became known in the party contests of the time as the president's "kitchen cabinet."
What a prime minister you would have made, Tommy, in some kitchen cabinet!
Van Buren was doubtless greatly aided by the kitchen cabinet.
Do you always travel with your car equipped like a kitchen cabinet?
Anything Master Jim desired the kitchen cabinet accorded without demur.
The kitchen was a model of convenience, boasting running water as well as a kitchen cabinet and a gasoline range.
I might easily have been mistaken for one of the kitchen cabinet, I looked so much like a ghost.
Mrs. Tupper can sit before her kitchen cabinet and prepare a meal without moving about for ingredients and utensils.
This could not be a meeting of the kitchen cabinet, because it sat in a parlor.
An unofficial set of advisers to a president or chief, made up of close friends and cronies, originally of President Andrew Jackson (1832+)