The full list of winners and recipes can be found online at recipechallenge.epicurious.com.
A 9-year-old boy from Omaha is one of 54 kids invited to attend a dinner at the White House next month. His recipe was chosen for being nutritious and delicious.
Bence Brown is listed among the winners in the First Lady's nationwide recipe challenge.
His dish is called "Terrific Tuna Casserole." It's listed among other healthy hits like "Pan Seared Mississippi Catfish on a Bed of River Rice" and "Alaskan Ceviche with Mango."
The winners are invited to join First Lady Michelle Obama for lunch and then tour the White House kitchen and garden. The lunch will include recipes the children submitted.
The challenge is meant to promote healthy lunches as part of the 'Let's Move!' initiative.
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