LOS ANGELES -- The doors to the famous Hollywood eatery closed in 1995, but the legend of Chasen's lives on as southern California retailers stock the legendary restaurant's famous chili, now available in a lower-fat chicken variety. According to Ralph Woodworth, chief executive officer for Chasen Food Specialties, Inc. here, it was customer demand that drove them to develop the chicken recipe. "We made it because people were asking for it," he said. "We're also working on a vegetarian ...

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