CHICAGO (AP) - Some Chicago teens will get a sneak peek inside the kitchen of one of the city's most famous chefs today.
This morning participants in a Chicago Park District culinary camp will visit Charlie Trotter's on the city's North Side. They'll tour the dining rooms, kitchen and wine cellars and dine on a multi-course lunch.
The visit is part of a two-week camp at the South Shore Cultural Center and the Culinary Studio at Macy's that began August 6. The camp teaches teens kitchen skills such as how to bake bread and make cold sauces.
Admission to the camp is free and open to teens ages 13 to 17. It runs through August 17.
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