Charlie Trotter

  Male      American      Chef

  Born : Sep 08, 1959  -
  Died : Nov 05, 2013

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Charles "Charlie" Trotter (September 8, 1959 – November 5, 2013) was an American chef and restaurateur.

Trotter was born in Wilmette, Illinois and graduated from New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois. He attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois from 1977-1979, and then transferred to University of Wisconsin–Madison. Trotter started cooking professionally in 1982 after earning a political science bachelor's degree from UW–Madison.

For five years after college, he worked and studied in Chicago, San Francisco (at the California Culinary Academy), Florida and Europe.

Trotter was the host of the 1999 PBS cooking show The Kitchen Sessions with Charlie Trotter, in which he details his recipes and cooking techniques. He likened cooking to an improvisational jazz session in that as two riffs will never be the same, so too with food. He also wrote 14 cookbooks and three management books, and promoted a line of organic and all-natural gourmet foods distributed nationally...

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