"Heading into the WH for another full day of creation," Bayless wrote. "Got my fingers crossed there are no hitches!"
The state dinner is the second for the Obamas. The first had a hitch or two- including the so-called party-crashers who slipped through security.
About 200 guests were invited to the dinner, which will be held in the White Houses' East Room. The guests of honor at the state dinner are President Calderon and first lady, Margarita Zavala. More people are invited to attend an after-dinner event on the White House lawn.
Bayless has spent two days getting ready for the dinner. The menu was kept secret until Wednesday afternoon. It features Oregon Wagyu beef with Bayless's black mole sauce- which takes days to make and includes 20 plus ingredients- will be on there.
"GR8 cooking w WH staff yesterday," Bayless tweeted early Wednesday. "Remarkable their organization, knowledge of protocol."
Bayless said being a guest chef at the White House is outside of his "normal."
"It's a huge deal because it's completely outside of the normal things that I do, the normal places I'd be asked to cook."
Bayless is also the host of Mexico: One Plate At A Time on the Live Well HD Network.
Several Chicagoans made the cut to attend the Obama Administration's second State Dinner: