The Careers through Culinary Arts Program celebrated some of its New York success stories at its “Taste of Fall” benefit held at 230 Fifth in New York. Unlike C-CAP’s annual February benefit, which previews the spring offerings of many of the city’s most famous chefs, this week’s party showcased the culinary stylings of its own graduates, who are now pursuing careers in foodservice. C-CAP fosters the culinary talents of underprivileged students through ...

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