Charlie Trotter-Charlie Trotter's has established itself as one of the finest restaurants in the world, having been recognized by a variety of prestigious institutions including Relais and Chateaux (Relais Gourmand), Mobil Travel Guide (Five Stars), and AAA (Five Diamonds). The restaurant has received eight awards from the James Beard Foundation, including Best Chef, Outstanding Restaurant, and Outstanding Service. Chef Trotter is the author of nine cookbooks, and his PBS cooking show has just launched its third season. Chef Trotter is very involved in philanthropic activities and recently received an award at the White House from President Bush and Colin Powell for his work with his culinary education foundation. Roxanne Klein-Roxanne Klein has emerged as one of America's most influential chefs, and her restaurant has been called "simply the most innovative restaurant of our time" by Gourmet magazine. After opening Roxanne's in Larkspur, California, in 2001, Klein vaulted to the forefront of the newest culinary genre through her stunning raw-food creations. Her success in transforming the freshest locally produced organic ingredients into innovative multicourse meals has been recognized by virtually every major publication that covers fine dining. A fifth generation Californian, Roxanne grew up on her grandparents' organic farm and trained in some of California's top restaurants. She advocates sustainable living in all its forms and actively supports such organizations as the Culinary Vegetable Institute and the Rainforest Action Network.Trotter, Charlie is the author of 'Raw' with ISBN 9781580084703 and ISBN 1580084702.