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Celebrity Cook-Off
2004-12-15

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Center on Halsted and Gender PAC hosted a cook-off with Queer Eye For the Straight Guy's Ted Allen and guest chefs Art Smith, Chef to Oprah Winfrey; and others.

The event weas at the home of Jeffrey Grinspoon ( pictured top left with Ted Allen, a former Chicagoan ) Dec. 11.

Photos by Richard Dayhoff


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