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All You Can Eat

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February 4, 2014 at 4:19 PM

Seattle wins another taste of the Super Bowl

File photo by Mark Harrison/The Seattle Times

File photo by Mark Harrison/The Seattle Times

Can we get chef John Howie in that victory parade Wednesday? Thanks to the restaurateur and diehard football fan, Seattle took first place in another Super Bowl event — the annual Taste of the NFL Kick Hunger challenge. Working with former Seahawk Craig Terrill (story over here), he raised more than $83,000 to feed people in need for the non-profit Food Lifeline organization. As the winning city, Seattle’s Food Lifeline will get an extra $10,000 kicked in from Taste of the NFL. It’s the second year Seattle has won the challenge, and marks about a decade of Howie representing the city and Seahawks for the organization.

Howie, who has dedicated considerable time and money to fund-raising work, said the feat “just goes to show how philanthropic this city is.” The winnings are expected to pay for some 400,000 meals.

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