Goldman CEO swaps turntables for chef’s apron at charity event

David Solomon is best known as the chief executive of Goldman Sachs, who moonlights as a DJ.

Solomon’s cooking skills are not as celebrated. But Wednesday he tried out a new gig: sous chef. At the Food and Finance High School in New York, Solomon donned an apron for a Top Chef–style cooking competition. His duties included prepping tomato sauce, checking the pasta for doneness and plating the finished dish.

The event celebrated the donation of $600,000 from Goldman Sachs Gives—$100,000 of which came from Solomon himself—in partnership with the nonprofit Food Education Fund for scholarships for culinary arts high school students. The program gives students the chance

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