Introducing TDPC – Suzanne

Suzanne "a pug in the kitchen"
Suzanne “a pug in the kitchen”

I love food, preparing it, eating it and sharing it with others. There is nothing more enjoyable than getting together with friends and family with  good food and wine. I grew up in a large Italian family, every Sunday was a special occasion, the entire family got together and my Mom and Aunts would prepare an amazing meal. My Grandfather had a small vineyard and made his own wine. He used to take me to the wine cellar to help him fill up a bottle for the meal. I was too young to enjoy wine then but it cemented my love of sharing food and wine with family and friends.

The food I serve is seasonal as much as possible, fresh, organic, sustainable and humane. I am convinced that the food we make and eat has a direct bearing on our health and well being and eating fresh unprocessed food is very important to me and is what I strive to serve daily.

I am a Real Estate agent and I live and work in beautiful historic Brooklyn. I love what I do, it’s fun and affords me the ability to feed my passion for cooking, I think I have always loved being in the kitchen, it’s a creative outlet for me. There is such a feeling of pride and satisfaction when you prepare and serve a meal that is enjoyed by all. My passion for cooking also inspired me to start my blog, “a pug in the kitchen” . My sweet pug Nando is my constant companion and loves his homemade food.

When Margot emailed and asked if I would be interested in participating/collaborating with such a great lineup of talented bloggers I was happy and excited to say YES!  We are all hoping to inspire everyone to gather around the table and enjoy great food and wine and each others company. I love dinner parties and have them often; there is nothing more elegant, comforting and reassuring than getting together with friends and or family to talk, eat, drink and enjoy and I am so happy to be a part of this collective.

Cheers Everyone!!

Suzanne (A pug in the kitchen)

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16 thoughts on “Introducing TDPC – Suzanne

  1. polianthus

    Reblogged this on polianthus and commented:

    Introducing Suzanne of food blog a pug in the kitchen – fresh seasonal organic ingredients, an appreciation for aesthetics, and the joy of sharing love through food, family and closeness are all things I associate with Suzannes blog – warmth shines through her writing, you can imagine that if you were every lucky enough to sit at her table you would be spoiled on a culinary level, have a really interesting conversation that would go long into the night, and if you are lucky maybe cuddled by the Nando the pug too :). Suzanne is a TDPC member – her blog is a must-read – do follow the link to read more about her. Poli

  2. polianthus

    Hi Suzanne – what a wonderful introduction to why you love to cook and how you share your love through cooking – so Italian 🙂

    you write about the importance of family, togetherness, sharing, the stories created at the table – your – grandfather taking you to the cellar to fill a bottle of wine for dinner – I cannot wait to see what you menu you come up with – Poli

  3. Angie

    LOVE Suzanne, with a capital L!! Such a friendly person with a warm heart. It’s been such a privilege knowing you even just online. Looking forward to working with you @TDPC! ❤ ❤

  4. Gather and Graze

    Thank you so much Suzanne for the insight into yourself and your thoughts on food, eating and life. We really do have a lot in common… though I’m secretly wishing it were me with the Italian grandfather with the small vineyard – how positively lovely! 🙂 M.xx

  5. ladyredspecs

    Hi Suzanne, Nice to get to know you! it’s an exciting prospect to be collaborating with like minded cooks. I have a bichon frise in my kitchen, but that doesn’t quite roll off the tongue with the ease! 😉

  6. teagan geneviene

    Cheers Suzanne! It’s a lovely intro and I think this new blog is off to a great start. I agree about cooking being a creative outlet — it can be intensely creative and fulfilling (even if i don’t do much creative cooking any more). Huge hugs to you and Nando. 😀

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