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ChefDance 2017 Review - Creating a Culinary Experience for a Cause

By Meagan Sargent

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(From left to right) Keanu Reeves, Mimi Kim chat in the kitchen with famed chef Brian Malarkey at ChefDance 2017, sponsored by GiftedTaste, Park City, Utah. Photo Credit: Tiffany Rose

Over the years Sundance Film Festival has become more than films, it's an overall experience. Adding to the festivities is ChefDance, an exclusive dinner series that is an experience for all of your senses.

Parker Posey and Mimi Kim share a laugh during ChefDance 2017 sponsored by GiftedTaste, Park City, Utah. Photo Credit: Tiffany Rose

Hosted by Kenny Griswold and Mimi Kim, Chef Dance brings a different culinary experience every night. Friday, January 20th to Monday, January 23rd guests were able to dine on exquisite cuisine from chefs around the world. This year we had the pleasure to taste foods from: Chef Cat Cora (Fox’s My Kitchen Rules), Chef Shawn McClain (James Beard Award Recipient),Chef Brian Malarkey (Herringbone, San Diego), and Chef Edward Lee (610 Magnolia, Kentucky).
 

YUM! The Food at ChefDance was Beyond Delicious! Photo Credit: Jordan Kartchner

 
"The main purpose of ChefDance is to sit, relax, reconnect and savor the spectacular food, fine wine, and great company," explains Griswold. "Take a moment to lift your consciousness and enjoy the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of not only this event, but the entire Sundance Film Festival."
 

Brody Jenner and fiance Kaitlynn Carter picked up American Made Supply Co beanies at ChefDance 2017 sponsored by Sysco, Park City, Utah. Photo Credit: Tiffany Rose

 
ChefDance is presented by Gifted Taste. Sponsors for the event include SYSCO, Four Daughters, Voss, Uber and Operation Smile. Guests braved the winter chill thanks to beanies provided by American Made Supply Co. Celebs in attendance of ChefDance included: Keanu Reeves, Parker Posey, Brody Jenner,  DJ Paul Oakenfold, Julie Ormond, and more.
 

Photo Credit: Jordan Kartchner

 
 
Entering as strangers but leaving as friends, ChefDance created an intimate place where we could all laugh and connect over a nice dinner. With the 2016 ChefDance roster being more robust than ever, ChefDance is more than good food - it's lasting memories.
 
 

Published on Jan 24, 2017

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