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See what it takes to make it to the Kids' State Dinner
Fifty-four budding chefs will head to the White House on July 9 for a Kids’ State Dinner. Go behind the scenes to see how the recipes were judged.
Tue, Jul 02, 2013 at 04:34 PM
One of the 2013 Kids's State Dinner Winning Recipes: Quinoa "Risotto" with Shrimp and Kale created by John Breitfelder, age 9 from Connecticut. (Photo Credit: Sara Bonisteel, Epicurious)
The winners of the Healthy Lunch Time Challenge
have been announced, and 54 kids will be heading to the White House next week for the Second Annual Kids’ State Dinner. Back in April, first lady Michelle Obama invited kids to create healthy lunches that met MyPlate
Let’s Move has released a video that goes behind the scenes of the judging. White House chef Sam Kass and others explain how the winning dishes are chosen. Kids whose recipes win are invited to attend the Kids State Dinner on July 9.
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