Chef Bruno and his Recipe for Change: “If we do a little bit every day, we can make the world better”

Pete McMurray

In this May 23, 2017 photo, Bruno Abate, a chef/owner of a restaurant in Chicago, teaches inmates about cooking and nutrition at the Cook County Jail in Chicago. Inmates in the jail’s medium-security Division 11 are now allowed to order pizzas made by inmates who are participating in the jail’s “Recipe for Change” program while they wait for trial. (AP Photo/Teresa Crawford)

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Chef and owner of restaurant Tocco Bruno is teaching a jail culinary program called Recipe for Change at the Cook County Jail. He joins Pete to describe ways the program benefits inmates at the jail both for life in jail, and upon return to society.

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