Priscila Satkoff Inducted Into Chef’s Hall of Fame

Chicago chef received lofty honor.

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A who's who of Chicago's food scene hit the JW Marriot Hotel as the Chicago Culinary Museum inducted Priscila Satkoff into the 2011 Chefs Hall of Fame. Satkoff opened Salpicon! in 1995 and has been a pioneer in educating the American public on the true art form of Mexican cuisine. Satkoff is also host of the Food Network show "Melting Pot." Past inductees have included Charlie Trotter, Jimmy Bannos, Rick Bayless, Carrie Nahabedian and Art Smith. Photos courtesy Donna Binbek Photography.
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Priscila Satkoff of Salpicon (right)
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Musician Jim Goodrich and Theresa Carter of The LocalTourist.com
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Tommy Hensel of Best Table For One Single Dining Restaurants.comp
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Chef Art Smith of Table Fifty 52 Chicago
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Chef Art Smith's partner Jesus Salguerio and Rochelle Smith Trotter.
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Jesus Salguerio, Rochelle Smith Trotter and husband past Chef Hall of Fame inductee Chef Charlie Trotter.
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David Listner, honoree Priscila Satkoff and chef Art Smith
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Chef Jacquy Pfeiffer of the French Pastry School (Right)
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Chicago Culinary Museum and Chef Hall of Fames Board Secretary, Carmella Anello
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Past CCM inductee, Chef Jimmy Bannos Sr. of Heaven on Seven Restaurant
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Jonathan Tuttle, Director of Marketing for CCM (left)
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