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By 2000, the new The Charlie Trotter Culinary Education Foundation had raised more than $100,000 to award scholarships to culinary arts students. Also served under the Foundation's umbrella are Chicago-area high school students who arrive twice a week for meals, interviews with the staff, and mini-lessons in food, organic farming and etiquette. The aim is to demonstrate the pleasures of the table as well as the commitment needed to run a successful business.
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( James Quinn, Chicago Tribune / October 13, 2000 )

By 2000, the new The Charlie Trotter Culinary Education Foundation had raised more than $100,000 to award scholarships to culinary arts students. Also served under the Foundation's umbrella are Chicago-area high school students who arrive twice a week for meals, interviews with the staff, and mini-lessons in food, organic farming and etiquette. The aim is to demonstrate the pleasures of the table as well as the commitment needed to run a successful business.

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