Are you hungry? Hungry for something different, something familiar, something savory, and something sweetsomething found in and around St. Louis that satisfies what you uniquely crave. Suzanne Corbett is hungry, too. It's driven her to survey and visit countless tables, fields and markets. Savoring foods and experiences that can uniquely satisfy what one craves in St. Louis.
Unique Eats and Eateries of St. Louis serves as a guide to St. Louis' virtual smorgasbord of eats. Featuring 99 favorite picks that fill the plate and grocery cart with foods both classic to trendy to regional restaurants, producers and products. Divided into sections such as Plates with a Past, Hot Hearths/Cool Creams and Global Grub, Unique Eats and Eateries of St. Louis looks at the story behind each eat or eatery via vignette overviews covering the plates, places, history or people beyond a menu. A quick reference guide gourmands, foodies and the culinary curious will want to digest before heading out to gobble up St. Louis.
Suzanne Corbett is an award-winning writer, culinary teacher, and food historian whose work has appeared in local and national publications. She is the author of The Gilded Table: Recipes and Table History from the Campbell House and Pushcarts & Stalls: The Soulard Market History Cookbook and a Telly award winner producer/writer of the documentary short Vintage Missouri: 200 Years of Missouri Wine.
Corbett also has served as a living history foodways interpreter and research food historian with the National Parks at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. She has a Master's degree in communications from Webster University and is a Certified Culinary Professional with the International Association of Culinary Professionals and a member of Les Dames D'Escoffier.