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Twenty-five years ago, a guy from Oklahoma opened a restaurant in Chicago that served Mexican food — and since then, things have gone pretty well for him. Rick Bayless is now an award-winning celebrity chef, a best-selling author, star of his own TV show, and a Top Chef Masters Champion. Soon, he'll be making his stage debut as an actor.

We've invited Bayless to answer three questions about Dr. Seuss, who would have celebrated his 108th birthday this week.

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