Show 342, September 28, 2019: Chef Hillary Henderson & General Manager Ellen Curtis, CUT by Wolfgang Puck

Hillary Henderson of Cut by Wolgang Puck in Beverly HillsThe Trotter Project presents the Los Angeles Premier of A Fine Line and Celebrity Chef Panel on Tuesday, October 1st, 2019 at Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas Pacific Palisades from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm to directly benefit the Los Angeles chapter of Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) and MAAP!

This special evening will start with a lively and decadent Cocktail Reception at 6:00 pm featuring culinary creations from celebrated celebrity chefs and panelists Chef Antonia Lofaso (Scopa Italian Roots, DAMA, Black Market Liquor Bar, Antonia Lofaso Catering, Food Network), Michelin Star Chef Carrie Nahabedian (Brindille), Chef Aarti Sequeira (Food Network), Ellen Curtis (CUT, CUT Lounge), Chef Hillary Henderson (CUT by Wolfgang Puck), and Moderator Chef Sherry Yard (Food Network, Cake Wars, Top Chef: Just Desserts), along with a Complimentary Buffet, Champagne, Wine, Beer, Popcorn and Candy from the Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas Pacific Palisades concession.

The L.A. premier of A Fine Line, a moving documentary by Filmmaker Joanna James will start at 7:15 pm and explores why only 6 per cent of Head Chefs and restaurant owners are women, while shedding light on national conversations that are being had now, and hearing perspectives and experiences from world-renowned chefs including Dominique Crenn, Lidia Bastianich, April Bloomfield, Barbara Lynch, Cat Cora and many more, getting to the heart of what is needed to empower women across all industries.

Chef Hillary Henderson, Chef de Cuisine, CUT by Wolfgang Puck Beverly Hills and Ellen Curtis, General Manager, CUT by Wolfgang Puck Beverly Hills & CUT Lounge preview the special evening for us.

Show 73, May 24, 2014: Bill Chait, Los Angeles-based Restaurant Impresario Continues…

Bestia Restaurant in the Los Angeles Arts DistrictBill explains how his company is evolving (a catering division is in the plans) and how he approaches projects.

Many new ventures with high profile chefs are in the pipeline. Bill’s culinary partners in Bestia (Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis) have a new concept in the works for Downtown’s Arts District.

The destination restaurant at The Broad will have a lot of Grand Avenue community involvement. Its front door step will be a magnificent public park. Movie screenings there are already in the plans.

Be watching for an early Summer of 2015 opening.