The Milkman's Daughter Is a Good Thing Doing a Good Thing, and Other Openings & Closings This Week

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The Milkman's Daughter
A vintage 1956 Wimbledon White Ford Panel has taken to the streets of Woodinville with an especially delicious mission. Headed by Inger

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The Milkman's Daughter Is a Good Thing Doing a Good Thing, and Other Openings & Closings This Week

  • The Milkman's Daughter Is a Good Thing Doing a Good Thing, and Other Openings & Closings This Week

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    The Milkman's Daughter
    A vintage 1956 Wimbledon White Ford Panel has taken to the streets of Woodinville with an especially delicious mission. Headed by Inger Herman, The Milkman's Daughter is "a food truck for wine tasters," offering gourmet cheeses and savories, with the wines of Woodinville kept in mind for pairings. "We need something like this in the wine area," Herman says, citing a vacation with her husband as her moment of epiphany. "I didn't want to do what everyone else does, food-truck wise." If that's the goal, then it's certainly being accomplished. The Milkman's Daughter has a local focus, featuring West Coast labels such as Tillamook, Rogue Creamery, and (Herman's personal favorite) Mt. Townsend. "I love all the dairies that are doing their own thing," Herman says.

    Additionally, The Milkman's Daughter comes with its own sort of mantra. "We live in a country where we are so blessed, it's our responsibility to give back," Herman explains. With this in mind, The Milkman's Daughter supports events such as Medical Teams International Uganda Benefit (today at Matthews Estate Winery from 6:30 - 9:30pm) and donates all profits from bottled water sales to fund wells in Africa through Living Water International and Charity Water. The giving doesn't stop there; The Milkman's Daughter is also working to meet daily needs for families in under privileged countries by providing goats through World Vision.

    Daily locations for The Milkman's Daughter can be found here.

    Elsewhere, Menchie's Frozen Yogurt opened its newest location this Saturday, at 4609 Village Court NE in U Village.

    Skillet: Counter opened yesterday at the Seattle Center Armory. The menu offers signature Skillet items along with new "counter" additions.

    The Snoose Junction location, which has been empty since May, is reported to be filled by a Thai restaurant called Pestle Rock.

    On Capitol Hill, Chao Bistro has closed its doors for a few weeks.

    22 at 15th Ave E closed its doors on Sunday.

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