C-CAP Benefit Raises Nearly $1,000,000!

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CAREERS THROUGH CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM (C-CAP)

HONORS CHEF MICHAEL ANTHONY AND HOSTS GRAND TASTING

 

The Annual Benefit Raised Nearly $1,000,000

For Culinary Scholarships and Educational Programs

 

On Wednesday, March 8, 2017, Chef Michael Anthony of Gramercy Tavern and Untitled and Studio Café at the Whitney Museum of American Art was honored in front of 700 guests at the 18th annual Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) Benefit. Anthony was presented with the C-CAP Honors Award and was recognized for his achievements and contributions to the culinary industry as well as his commitment to nurturing the next generation of chefs.

 

This Grand Tasting raised nearly $1,000,000 to support scholarships as well as educational and career opportunities for disadvantaged youth pursuing careers in the restaurant and foodservice industry.  The event

showcased cuisine from an all-star lineup of New York City’s hottest chefs and restaurateurs, including Michael Anthony, C-CAP Board Co-Chair and chef Marcus Samuelsson, C-CAP Board Member and restaurateur Michael Stillman, 2016 Michelin Star Chefs, Adam Bissell, Daniel Boulud and Aaron Bludorn, John Fraser, Markus Glocker, Alfred Portale, Michael White; and Javi Estévez of La Tasquería de Javier Estévez (Madrid); as well as C-CAP alumni Giovanna Delli Compagni of Asiate, Cesar Gutierrez of Café Boulud, Betty Peña of Pig and Khao,  Swainson Brown of The Writing Room, and Yvan Lemoine of Union Fare. More than 60 New York City C-CAP high school students and alumni, eager to put their mark on the culinary world, assisted the chefs.

 

Topping the savory dishes were Marcus Samuelsson’s Spiced salmon with apple dashi and chicken rice salad;

Michael Anthony’s Citrus and burrata - citrus, burrata cheese, green olives, radicchio, on rice cracker; Duck liver mousse parfait, madeira gelée, brioche from Daniel Boulud, Aaron Bludorn, and C-CAP Grad Cesar Gutierrez; and Carla Hall’s Braised chili pork and plantains, cornbread, shaved radish salad. Guests with a sweet tooth enjoyed Miro Uskokovic’s Miro’s cookies and milk: triple chocolate chunk, oatmeal, prune rugelach; Sarabeth’s Triple chocolate-chocolate pudding; Wayne Harley Brachman’s Flourless chocolate tart with mocha cream, and Marc Aumont’s Chocolate éclair au chocolat.  

 

WCBS-TV News Anchorman Maurice DuBois was the Master of Ceremonies. Marcus Samuelsson presented the C-CAP Honors Award, an original stainless steel sculpture by Philip Grausman, of a germinating fava bean, symbolizing C-CAP’s budding culinary students.  Chefs all over the world know that there is a lot of delicate care and handling that goes into the preparation of fava beans, and C-CAP recognized the care and interest Chef Anthony has in the mentoring of C-CAP students.

 

The event also included a silent and live auction by Christie’s auctioneer Chloe Waddington and was coordinated by Harriet Rose Katz of Gourmet Advisory Services.

 

Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) is a non-profit that provides career opportunities in the foodservice industry for underserved youth through culinary arts education and employment.

 

Event Details:

What:         

Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) Spring Benefit 2017

Where:        

Pier 60, Chelsea Piers, New York City

When:             

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Honoree:            

Michael Anthony, Executive Chef, Gramercy Tavern, Untitled, and Studio Café         

at the Whitney Museum of American Art  

Event Chair:            

Mark Weiss, Chief Investment Officer of RFR Holding LLC and C-CAP’s Board of     Directors Co-Chair

Chef Chair:             

Marcus Samuelsson, Chef and Owner of Red Rooster Harlem and Streetbird Rotisserie; C-CAP Board of Directors Co-Chair

 

Press Contact:  Joyce Appelman, C-CAP, Joyceappelman@gmail.com, C: 516-697-0319

 

Dish List:

Philip DeMaiolo, Abigail Kirsch, 24 hour coriander and sea salt cured Atlantic salmon with sauce gribiche

Jason Weiner and Alex Nieto,     Almond, Lamb meatball moroccan style: ricotta salata, salsa     verde

Christian Pratsch, Giovanna Delli Compagni*, Daniel Coward*, Asiate, Hamachi: carrot panna cotta – yuzu gel – pink peppercorn

Markus Glocker, Bâtard, Caramelle pasta, duck broth, scallions, ricotta

Daniel Boulud, Aaron Bludorn, Cesar Gutierrez*, Café Boulud, Duck liver mousse parfait, madeira gelée, brioche

Carla Hall, Carla Hall's Southern Kitchen, Braised chili pork and plantains, cornbread, shaved radish salad
Ivy Stark, Dos Caminos, Grilled pineapple and toasted coconut guacamole     with pepino enchilito

John Fraser, Dovetail, Baby beets and pomegranate salad, charred fennel, bulgur wheat

Fortunato Nicotra, Felidia, Beef tagliata rossini with black truffle

Alfred Portale, Gotham Bar and Grill, Sheep milk ricotta tortellini: braised lamb shank, butternut squash parmesan crema

Michael Anthony, Gramercy Tavern/ Untitled, Citrus and burrata - citrus, burrata cheese, green olives, radicchio, on rice cracker

Miro Uskokovic, Gramercy Tavern/Untitled,    Miro’s cookies and milk: triple chocolate chunk / oatmeal / prune rugelach

Manish Mehrotra, Indian Accent, Rice crusted bass, kerala, coconut curry

Marc Aumont, Kreuther Handcrafted, Chocolate éclair au chocolat  

Missy Robbins, Lilia, Prosciutto, parmigiano butter, balsamic mustard served on bread

 Maria Loi, Loi Estiatorio, Htapodaki stin schara: grilled octopus with red wine-macerated onions, capers, fresh

herbs, lemon, and olive oil

Kyung Up Lim, Michael's, Salmon tostada, avocado, puffed quinoa, black truffle aioli

Abram Bissell, The Modern, “Eggs on eggs on eggs” trout roe, egg yolk, fried egg puree, dill and warm brioche

Matt Hoyle, Nobu 57, Salmon tataki goma miso ponzu

Bill Telepan, Oceana, Grilled swordfish with pickled lemon and black pepper yogurt

Zene Flinn, Park Avenue Spring, Trout roe on Russian black bread with avocado purée and beet pickled shallots

Leah Cohen, Betty Pena*, Pig & Khao, Khao soi with wonton noodles, mustard

Michael Lomonaco, Wayne Harley Brachman, Daniel Rutledge, Porter House New York, Thai beef salad- chang mai and flourless chocolate tart with mocha cream

Ryan Bartlow, Quality Eats, Grilled Nueske’s bacon, peanut butter, jalapeno jelly

Sarabeth Levine, Sarabeth's, Triple chocolate-chocolate pudding

Ali LaRaia, The Sosta, Roasted radish with salsa verde and parmigiano reggiano crouton

Marcus Samuelsson, Streetbird Rotisserie, Spiced salmon with apple dashi and chicken rice salad

Javi Estévez, La Tasquería de Javier Estévez (Madrid), Madrid steak tartar

David Burke, Tavern 62 by David Burke, Grilled zucchini with chili and parmesan

Thomas Chen, Toume, Shrimp toast with wasabi aioli      

Yvan Lemoine*, Union Fare, Whole roast suckling pig, celery remoulade

Carmen Quagliata, Union Square Café, Chicken tortelloni, Umbrian lentils, parmigiano

Jonathan Kavourakis, Vandal    , Shawarma salad cones (chicken, falafel croutons, hot sauce white sauce boss)

Michael White, Jared Gadbaw, Vaucluse, Scallop crudo with black truffles

Swainson Brown*, The Writing Room, Pastrami beef tongue with pickled apple and     horseradish

 

 *C-CAP Alum

        

 
Contact 
Joyce Appelman
National Communications Director
Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP)