CPS Chef Council: School cafeterias to feature meals from famous Chicago chefs each month

CHICAGO (WLS) -- There's a new program that plans to offer more nutritional and flavorful dishes into Chicago Public School cafeterias.

CPS' Chef Council was just launched and will feature a recipe from a different famous, Chicago chef each month. First up in February is Josephine "Mother" Wade's chicken stew.

Mother Wade, along with Chef David Murphy from Aramark and Tarrah DeClemente, a registered dietician with CPS, visited ABC7 to talk about the new program.

To learn more about the Chef Council program, click here.

RELATED: Josephine's Restaurant still serves up menu classics after TV refresh
EMBED More News Videos

After more than three decades in business, one of Chatham's iconic restaurants has a new look and a new name.

Copyright © 2020 WLS-TV. All Rights Reserved.