Farm To Table Evenings with Our Culinary Artists in Residence
This year, Marble House Project introduced our Chef Residency — a new discipline in our Artist Residency program. One culinary artist will attend each session, using our farm and onsite kitchen as their studio. Each chef is coming to Marble House Project with the aim of exploring the act of cooking through local, seasonal ingredients and applying the criticality of contemporary art in the kitchen. During each residency one chef creates a unique farm to table dinner at Marble House Project using fresh local ingredients. The Farm to Table dinner is the culmination of their residency here in Dorset, Vermont. We hope you will join us for these very special evenings. Please click on the calendar below for more information and to read about our culinary artists. We look forward to having seven chefs create seven farm to table dinners all distinct in flavor and experience.
Menu will be available soon
Tickets are $55 Per Person
Chef Sung is a New Yorker from Seoul, South Korea, that cooks globally influenced comfort food. She has been re-inventing classic dishes inspired by the city, and her travels. As a self-claimed “retired visual artist”, she fell into painting, but cooking chose her. She thinks cooking is the only form of craft that satisfies all of our senses, providing physical and emotional experience. Graduate of The French Culinary Institute (now International Culinary Center), she’s spent years training at some of the most acclaimed restaurant kitchens in NYC, including Michelin starred Gilt, and The Spotted Pig, Danny Meyer’s trattoria Maialino, and a RAW authority Pure Food and Wine. Her philosophy on cooking reflects these trainings. Since 2012, Chef Sung and her team have been building Food by Sung LLC, a chef driven private dining and catering company, focusing on hospitality, professionalism, and craftsmanship. Enjoyed by thousands, some of the happy clients and guests include Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, General Colin Powell, George Stephanopoulos, Wes Anderson, and Bill Murray.