ChefDance is finally returning to 17th yearly celebration of film and food. For four days, you will be experiencing curated meals that’s going to be an adventure for your taste buds. Top-notch chefs will all be there and you will be hearing some lively discussions with experts in the industry on various causes and topics including food, culture and 2020 Sundance movies. Performances will be held to raise awareness and for charity.
On Friday, you’ll spend the evening with Alice Waters who we know from the Edible Schoolyard Project. As per her beliefs and motives of the project the global food community is broken and they have an aim to fix it by using food to connect children to each other compassionately.
Waters confirmed the presence of the great chef Gabriela Camara who has worked for Cala restaurant in San Francisco and Onda in Los Angeles. According to Waters, the chef will prepare food from three iconic food items; corn, squash and beans which support each other when planted together.
In a statement she replied “The way that we eat really determines the way that we take care of the land, and that’s connected to the way we take care of the planet. I call it a delicious revolution. We sit at the table and begin to solve the problems of the world — eating with determination.”
On the other hand, Martha Stewart will be an honored guest on Saturday along with Melissa Perello. So, get your 2020 Sundance film festival tickets because they will be preparing some mouth-watering meals. In the end, Utah chef Galen Zamarra and chef Shawn McClain will honor us with their presence on Sunday at the 2020 Sundance festival.