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Press Release – April 29, 2013

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2nd ANNUAL SAVOR: SUSTAINING LIVES, NOURISHING HOPE RAISES MORE THAN $150,000 FOR FOOD LIFELINE
Seattle’s Cedarbrook Lodge, local celebrity chefs and farms fight to end hunger in Western Washington

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Images courtesy Kim Doyel and Jennifer Richard for Team Photogenic.
A) From left: Steven Ariel of TRACE; Roy Breiman of Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar; TRACE sous chef; Armandino Batali of Salumi; Mark Bodinet of Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar; Riley Starks of Nettles Farm; Thierry Rautureau of Rover’s and LUC; Geoff Latham of Nicky Farms; Ethan Stowell of Ethan Stowell Restaurants; B) Ethan Stowell’s Avocado Beet Salad with Dungeness crab and garden mint; C)Savor guests Jay and Christie Krutulis raise their cards during the special appeal; D) Live jazz entertainment at the VIP party; E) Helen McGovern, honorary sous chef to Roy Breiman assists with plating; F) Roy Breiman of Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar and Thierry Rautureau of Rover’s and LUC at the VIP party; G) From left: Amy Lee Derenthal, director of development at Food Lifeline; Savor guests Kim Scott and Dan Heffernan; and Linda Nageotte, president and CEO of Food Lifeline at the VIP party; H) Guests raise their cards during the special appeal; I) From left: Steven Ariel of TRACE and honorary sous chef Sam Whiting plating the dessert course.

SEATTLE – (April 29, 2013) – In a collective effort to reduce hunger in Western Washington, Cedarbrook Lodge and a team of local celebrity chefs raised more than $150,000 for Food Lifeline at the 2nd annual Savor: Sustaining Lives, Nourishing Hope benefit on Saturday, April 20, 2013.

“We’re honored to host Savor at Cedarbrook,” said Roy Breiman, culinary director of Cedarbrook Lodge. “It’s an event where we as chefs not only get to collaborate together on one menu and one dinner service, but also have the opportunity to showcase our support and appreciation for great community organizations such as Food Lifeline. Together, we’re working to end hunger in our communities and that is truly rewarding.”

The presenting chefs at the 2nd annual Savor: Sustaining Lives, Nourishing Hope dinner included Roy Breiman and Mark Bodinet of Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar; Thierry Rautureau of LUC; Steven Ariel of TRACE; Ethan Stowell of Ethan Stowell Restaurants; and Kevin Davis of Steelhead Diner and Blueacre; and VIP pre-party chef Armandino Batali, founder of Salumi. Each chef prepared and presented a course for the evening and donated an exclusive chef experience for the Savor live auction. Some of the auction items included a Hama Hama oyster cookout with Mark Bodinet; a private “Eataly” dinner experience with Armandino Batali and three mystery celebrity chefs; a dinner at the iconic and soon-to-close Rover’s with Thierry Rautureau, and more.

Several new elements at this year’s Savor included farmer and chef partnerships, and a VIP pre-party. Creating a true farm-to-table experience, the chefs partnered with the local farmers, ranchers and fishers including: Full Circle Farm in Carnation, Wash.; Nicky Farm in Portland, Ore.; Nettles Farm in Lummi Island, Wash.; Richter Farm in Fife, Wash; and Wild West Seafood in Neah Bay, Wash.

The VIP pre-party took place on the Copperleaf Terrace, and featured barrel tastings from JM Cellars, oysters from Hama Hama Oyster Farm, chef book signings, live jazz trio and more.

“The generosity of our community is overwhelming,” said Linda Nageotte, president and CEO of Food Lifeline. “We’re so thankful for the enthusiasm of our Savor guests, community and corporate sponsors, as well as Cedarbrook Lodge and the extremely talented chefs and farmers. Ending hunger in Western Washington is an ambitious goal that needs all of us. Thanks to our Savor guests we’re moving one big step closer to that goal”

For more information about Savor: Sustaining Lives, Nourishing Hope, visit http://www.FoodLifelineSavor.org. For more information about Cedarbrook Lodge, visit http://www.CedarbrookLodge.com or call 206-901-9268.

About Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar
With a commitment to nourish the minds, Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge is Seattle’s quintessentially Northwest farm-to-table dining destination. Led by Culinary Director Roy Breiman and Executive Chef Mark Bodinet, Copperleaf opened in 2010 and has been distinguished by the Washington State Wine Commission as its 2013 Best Independent Restaurant of the Year; by Gayot as a 2012 Top 10 Restaurant for Food Rating, Northwest Cuisine, Outdoor Dining and Special Occasion; as well as a 2012 OpenTable® Diners’ Choice winner. Additionally, Seattle Magazine readers named it the Best Restaurant to open in 2010. Sourcing ingredients from local farmers, ranchers and artisans, as well as offering produce and herbs from its own Chef’s garden, Copperleaf is committed to sustainable dining. The restaurant also offers Copperleaf Rewards, a loyalty program for guests.  For reservations, call 206-214-4284 or visit http://www.CopperleafRestaurant.com.

About Food Lifeline
Food Lifeline feeds hungry people. We stock the shelves and fill the tables of 275 food banks, meal programs and shelters throughout Western Washington. The 35 million pounds of nutritious food we secure from restaurants, grocery stores, farmers and manufacturers feeds 745,000 of our hungry neighbors every year. Find out how you can be a part of ending hunger in Western Washington at www.FoodLifeline.org

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