Charlie Trotter Attempts Airline Food
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Charlie Trotter Attempts Airline Food

United Airlines hired Charlie Trotter -- a top U.S. chef -- to help design first class menus. Washington Post staff writer Del Quentin Wilber spent time at Charlie Trotter's restaurant in Chicago to see how the chef and his staff work with United execs to come up with meals to serve on board. Video by Video: Del Quentin Wilber, Editor: Jacqueline Refo/washingtonpost.com

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