The Culinary Trust

Feast for the Future of Food: Chicago Raises More Than $20K for Growing Leaders Fund

March 4, 2014
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“A Feast for the Future of Food” brought together an inspiring group of guest chefs to celebrate The Culinary Trust’s 30th Anniversary.  The evening offered a multi-sensory interactive experience that highlighted constructive, educational, and delicious ideas for creating a powerful shift in our food system, and raised more than $20,000 to seed The Culinary Trust’s new Growing Leaders grant fund.

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Designed to be an inspiring journey of sensations, aromas and flavors, “A Feast for the Future of Food” on Sunday March 16 featured several food installations showcasing each guest chef’s recipe and story, accompanied by specialty beverage pairings.


Participating chefs and special guests include:
Rick Bayless, Mexican Traditions, Chicago
Bryant Terry, Afro-Vegan, San Francisco
Maxime Bilet, Modernist Cuisine, Seattle
Nephi Craig, Native Foods, Sunrise Park AZ
Christine Cikowski and Joshua Kulp, Sunday Dinner Club, Chicago
Ben Roche, Napolean, Chicago
Chef Fresh, Healthy Food Hub (a 2014 Richard Sax Food Action Grant recipient)
DJ CaveM, Vegan Raw Foods Chef and Hip Hop Artist, Denver
Lara Nixon and Sam Sundias, Old World Meets Modern Bar Craft, Austin/NY
Chandra Ram (emcee), Editor, Plate magazine
Alex Gavlick and Benji Orlansky, Auctioneers, Chicago improv artists
Douglas Gayeton, Lexicon of Sustainability installation artist

Our wonderful event sponsors include:













Unilever • KitchenAid • PolyScience • Melissa’s Produce • D’Artagnan • Quin Candy • OXO



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