NEW YORK The Culinary Institute of America held its annual fundraising gala Thursday night, honoring the very best of the industry. Proceeds of the $1,000-a-plate dinner benefited the Hyde Park, N.Y.-based college’s scholarship endowment. The honorees were Cat Cora, executive chef at Bon Appétit magazine, the founder of Kouzzina in Orlando and of CCQ in Costa Mesa, Calif., and a regular Iron Chef on the TV series; Chris Muller, executive chef of Le Bernardin in New York; and Eric Ripert, ...

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