We had such an amazing time at the C-CAP event this year. C-CAP was started by our friend Mr. Grausman. C-CAP stands for Careers through Culinary Arts Programs and it teaches culinary skills to “underserved high school students to prepare them for college and career opportunities in the restaurant and hospitality industry.”

It was fun to see all of the chefs and C-CAP grads we met last year and meet many new ones.  Of course the food we tried was incredibly delicious and memorable. We are very lucky we got to try so many specialities of these world famous chefs and restaurants. We  hope to get to these restaurants soon so we can eat them all again.

Enjoy all our pictures and videos below. It was a very special night and we feel very honored to be a part of it.  Emily and Lyla, The Kitchen Twins

 

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Perfect bread pudding Abigail Kirsch

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With Chef Bryce Shuman, Betony

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With Chef Marcus Samuelsson, Red Rooster

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With Chef Carla Hall, Southern Kitchen and The Chew

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With Chef Mario Loi of Loi Estiatorio and Maurice DuBois

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Chef Loi’s Greek Pasta. It’s at Whole Foods. And we have her cookbook.

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With Chef Sarabeth, of Sarabeths of course!

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This is a lobster bread pudding

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With Chef Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park and the CCAP honoree

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With Mr. and Mrs. Grausman. They founded CCAP.


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Busy table at Eleven Madison Park

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With Chef David Burke

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With Deborah Grausman

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Chef Loi’s octopus

Written by Emily and Lyla

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