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Suzy’s Wild Cooking

Talk to Suzy Esterman about food and she sees connections. She notes how food links people, events and holidays, and plays an important role in many family and cultural traditions. It is her goal to create bridges through the language of food and quality ingredients. Suzy’s Wild Cooking feeds all kinds of needs through a catering business, cooking classes, and cookies.

Looking for special flavors for your event? No problem! No cuisine is a challenge at Suzy’s Wild Cooking. Asian, European or your favorite world cuisine, Suzy’s motto is “if you can dream it, I can cook it.” Home cooked meals brings families together; nobody believes that more than Suzy. There are classes to learn how to prepare delicious family meals or for the aspiring chef-to-be. Learn culinary techniques used in professional kitchens!

All of Suzy’s cookies are hand crafted using all-natural ingredients. Raisin & Pecan, Rugelach, Shortbreads, Snickerdoodles, Spicy Chocolate, and Walnut Crumbles are only a few of the wonderful flavors made. Try just one and you’ll be hooked. You’ll definitely have to hide these cookies to keep them from being gobbled up too fast! Suzy is happy to help you choose your favorite at Montgomery’s Farmers’ Market every Saturday. You can also buy them at Whole Foods or online at SuzysWildCooking.com.

For four years Suzy has worked with Bill Manning of Vermont Leadership Center. Maple syrup from Manning’s farm features prominently in many of Suzy’s cookies, and she sells it alongside her decadent cookies at the market. Bill Manning is a special friend of the Montgomery Farmers’ Market. He generously gives Montgomery Friends of Open Space use of his shed at the Village Shopper during the market season. Every Christmas, for the last 25 years, the shed is transformed into a winter wonderland – Christmas HQ – where Bill brings joy to local residents with his Christmas tree market

Look for Suzy this Saturday at the market. She’s the one with the quick, welcoming smile and new family traditions for sale.

Cross posted from a recent MFOS newsletter

Suzy Esterman
Talk to Suzy Esterman about food and she sees connections. Photo credit: Khürt Williams – CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
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