By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore chef is using a unique online opportunity to help benefit some Baltimore Schools.

Casey Jenkins, the owner of Darker than Blue Cafe, is now in the third round of the World’s Famous Chef competition.

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Chefs from around the world are competing in the exclusive online competition to be named the world’s favorite chef.

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The winner will get a $50,000 cash prize. If he wins, Jenkins has committed to donating the full amount of his winnings to Carver Vocational and Mergenthaler Vocational high schools.

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CBS Baltimore Staff