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Woodinville Chef Heads to D.C.; Cederberg Tea House

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WOODINVILLE— A 10-year old girl from Woodinville is heading to the White House because of a healthy recipe she created. The Seattle Times talks to Amber Kelley, the Washington state winner of a nationwide "Healthy Lunchtime Challenge." The kiddo threw down with her Nummy No-Noodle Lasagna, made with thin-cut zucchini slices. Now, she gets to dine at the White House and tour the garden along with other contest winners tomorrow (July 9). [Seattle Times]

QUEEN ANNESeattle Weekly has a write-up on a new Queen Anne tea house. Cederberg actually grinds tea in an espresso machine to make Rooibos Lattes, Frappes and other typical coffee-style drinks. Owner Natasha Robson-Lovato tells Voracious that the trend has been popular in South Africa since 2001 but, to her knowledge, hasn't yet made it to the states — until now. [Seattle Weekly]

CAPITOL HILL— Tonight from 8 to 11 pm, Novo Fogo is taking over Ba Bar, delivering, in their words, "South American alegria in the form of delicious cachaça cocktails and happy times." The bartending team is an illustrious one: Sambar's Jay Kuehner and Rob Roy's Anu Apte. Among the highlights, so says the official Facebook invite: promotional cocktail prices, caipirinhas in a jar (shake it yourself, will ya?), soccer talk, free hugs, and some of the best cocktails you will ever have. [EaterWire]

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