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Topic - Charlie Trotter
Compost, "crack" and something called cereal milk _ unlikely ingredients that have propelled Christina Tosi to the head of her culinary class.
One of Chicago's most famous and award-winning restaurants is closing.
In a statement released Monday, Nov. 25, 2013, Cook County Medical Examiner Stephen Cina says tests showed Trotter died from a stroke related to high blood pressure.
Trotter has said he has not ruled out opening another restaurant after completing his degree.