Chicago Careers Through Culinary Arts Competition


This past Saturday I joined students, parents and chefs at
CHIC to watch 25 talented high school seniors compete in the 16th annual
Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) Chicago Cooking Competition. This
inspiring nonprofit helps public high school students train and compete for
scholarships to renowned culinary schools. In addition to Chicago,
C-CAP has programs in Arizona, Virginia, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. 

The students were asked to
prepare a two-course French meal for a panel of notable judges, including
Graham Elliot Bowles of graham elliot, Carrie Nahabedian of Naha, and Mark Mendez of Carnivale.  

can read my full article at Gapers Block.

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Tim - This is great, thanks so much for posting about it. It is good to find pro-food stuff happening around Chicago.

Gemma - You’re welcome Tim. It was very neat event to be asked to cover. It is truly a great organization.

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