Chef Jordan Scott and Machina Kitchen have a passion for high quality food and cultivating strong relationship with the local farmers and food entrepreneurs that produce it.
Chef Jordan Scott will share his perspective on the role of a chef in the local food system and how nationwide chefs are creating change in communities. Stonewall Farm, a vendor of Machina Kitchen and also the newest New England Savory Hub, will be highlighted. Scott is a board member of this educational working farm and he with their Executive Director Julie Davenson will shed some light on their land management efforts. Demonstrating the connections of rural land conservation, and culinary enjoyment, to the economic vitality of a community.
On the Menu:
*Each option is served with a mixed greens salad, garden veggies, and a balsamic vinaigrette.
- Cubano Sandwich with VT gorwn mojo marinated pork loin, North Country Smokehouse ham, stone ground mustard, and pickles
- Roasted Butternut Squash Sandwich with goat cheese, thyme aioli, arugula, and caramelized onions
About Chef Jordan Scott
Partner & Chef Patron, Culinary Director
Jordan Scott is a classically trained chef with a passion for globally inspired seasonal food made with local ingredients. Jordan has described his wine dinners as a study in simplicity. He finds great joy in creating simple, elegant dishes built on a foundation of technique and with care given to each ingredient. His dishes delight the most sophisticated palate, balancing rustic charm with an innovative and artistic twist. Jordan has a great deal of respect for the traditional French style of cooking and uses that as a foundation from which to explore modern and progressive methods and flavors. Jordan cares deeply for our local community and has been a passionate advocate for local foods and has worked tirelessly to build long-term relationships between our restaurant community and our local farms.