Suzanne Corbett

member for over 22 years

Member Since:
Nov 1995

Food, wine and travel freelance writer: Contributor to the St.Louis Post Dispatch, News Magazine Network, Gazelle Magazine, AAA Midwest and Southern Traveler, AAA Journey, AAA World. Food & Travel Editor at and Food HIstory Editor for Publication credits incude past Food Editor & Travel Columnist at St Louis and PrimeLife Media. Contributing writer Midwest Living, New Mexico Journey, Town & Style,, Examiner, Sauce Magazine,St Louis Bugle and St. Louis Connoisseur. Telly award winning video producer & writer. Author The Gilded Table: Recipes and Table History from the Campbell House and Pushcarts & Stalls; The Soulard Market History Cookbook. Former host "Hot Plates," KSLG-AM, St. Louis. 

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Published Books

The Gilded Table: Recipes and Table History from the Campbell House

Published by Donning Pubishers (2015) written by food historian and author Suzanne Corbett. Features 178 recipes from Virginia Campbell’s original 1840s cookbook and Campbell’s steamboat and hotel businesses with 130 […]

Pushcarts & Stalls: The Soulard Market History Cookbook

An overview history of the farmers and producers and vintage recipes based on those products and from one of Missouri’s oldest public market, Soulard market.

Published Articles (32)

Crazy for Missouri Barbecue

Missouri BBQ KC and St. Louis

Springfield in the Spotlight

More than a drive through off I-40 The sites and history of Springfield MIssouri /Users/suzannecorbett/Desktop/tearsheets/AAA World Sept Oct 2017.pdf

A Toast To Tomato Juice

The ubiquitous beverage made its debut 100 years ago in French Lick, IN

Diamond in the Rough

Patoka Lake shines as an outdoor jewel

Hey! Hot Toddy

Give three cheers for a weekend in Oxford Missouri

Love Bites

An overview history of the foods that inspire “love” for Valentine’s day, including top restaurant picks.

Turtle Creek – Hidden but Worth Discovering

New restaurant spotilght – a find in St. Charles County worth traveling to find.

Toasting the Season with Bubbles

A guide to buying, serving and enjoying sparking wine and champagne.

For A Rustic, Elegant Getaway, Call the Inns at St Albans

A turn of the 20th century destination in Franklin County, just West St. Louis County where good food, drink and rustic historic charm and its famed SUnday buffets continues to […]

Yuletide Match-ups

Beer and wine pairing for he holidays.

Town Square Pub N Grub Takes Pub Food to New Heights

Upscale take on pub grub in St. Chalres County Missouri

Holiday Food Finds that Make the Table Shine

Food finds for the holidays

Knoxville’s Game Day Plan Top Five picks for MIzzou Fans to Experience before or after the game.

Historic Swan Coach House: Lunch for Southern Bell and Hunger Games Fans Atlanta HIstory Center’s fashionable haunt to dine.

Support the Sporstsmans Paradise: Visit Louisiana and Let the Good Times Roll SEC destination. A look at Baton Rouge and the top must see places to visit while taking in the football game.

Culinary Odd Couple – Doe’s Eat Place

Doe’s Eat Right restaurant where tamales and steak rules the menu.

Feasting on Festivals

AAA Southern Traveler Fall food festivals to eat up in Mississippi and Louisiana.

Hitting the Road to Fan Friendly Springfield MO Mid-MIssouri Springfield, MO – mecca for baseball fans who enjoy outdoor sports and all that is fish at Bass Pro headquarters.

Smoked, Chargrilled, Rubbed or Saucy

AAA Journeys Styles and tastes of the BBQ Triangle – Memphis, St. Louis and Kansas City

Get your Kicks On Route 66

West News Magazine (print and online versions) Forget heading west – drive east. A look at driving Route 66 east – northeast ( St. Louis to Chicago) along the oldest […]

Beyond Just Hot Dogs at the Ballpark Claasic to gourmet fare – home plates means more than hot dogs at today’s ball game.

Arch Awakening

AAA Journeys Riverfront redo – the Gateway Arch and its new grounds design

Baseball has Its Hotdogs – The Masters Has Its PImento Cheese Sandwich A look at the iconic snack of Augusta PImento Cheese Sandwich

Go Beyond Golf to Master Georgia

St. Louis Post-Dispatch Exploring Augusta, GA beyond golf during Master’s Week.

Jolly Holiday Trips

AAA MIdwest Traveler Midwest holiday destinations Santa where Santa likes to shop, stay, play and eat. Chicago, Eureka Springs, AR, Kanasa City, MO. and Nashville, TN

Out and About in Arrow Rock

Exploring the hisoric village of Arrow Rock Missouri, the beginning of the Santa Fe Trail.

AKC Museum of the Dog: Dog Friendly Destination for Fido and his Owner

DOg musueum where both canines and their woners are welcome to visit

Road Trip to Jupiter – For Baseball, Beaches, Fishing and More

The ultimate road trip of site trips and fishing for Cardinal Baseball Fans at Spring Training camp.

Historic St. Charles Christmas Tradtions

St. Charles yearly holiday events faeturing historic Santas in one of Missouri’s oldest river towns.

Marching Down Georiga’s Gone with the Wind Trail

Following the historic sites and locations assoicated with the celebrated film and its 75th anniverary, Gone with the Wind.

Outt and About In Arrow Rock

Visiiting the MIssouri Village of Arrow Rock, the begining of the Santa Fe Trail

Harbor Hopping in Door County

Visitiing the harbor villages of Door County.

Global Writes (1)

Eating Up Québec’s Food Regions of Lanudiére and Mauricie

Québec has a lot to savor; from Montréal’s cosmopolitan eateries to its rustic chic country auberges, Québec has become a gourmand paradise. To explore the country’s culinary core, depart Montréal and set out along Québec’s back roads where die-hard foodies and the culinary curious will find the sources of Montréal’s […]

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