I’ve been cooking for over 30 years… making family dinners as a youngster, working for a caterer in college, creating dinner parties and even learning to feed an allergic child. In that time, I’ve picked up a lot of practical tips that I want to share with you on how to keep life simple, healthy and tasty.
Quite Simply Susan is dedicated to finding simplicity in life through good food and lifestyle.
In order to run my hectic household, I’ve had to figure out what is really important and what is not. I’ve had a demanding career, worked part-time, and been a full-time mom. Regardless of what was happening outside the home, I’ve always remained the chief cook, concierge and chauffeur for my family.
This website is the best way I could think of to share what I’ve learned. Life should be enjoyed… because we are having success in our endeavors, eating yummy wholesome food, and not wasting time over-engineering how we do things.
4 favorite things people have said to me:
1. My 10 year-old child informed me… IF I had a superpower, my superpower would be finding things that were lost.
2. My father told me that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.
3. My husband (then boyfreind) told me that my chicken soup was better than his grandmother’s. (Hmm… reference #2 above).
4. With a wide grin, the caterer I worked for told me, “OK, NOW is the time to improvise!” whenever we had a glitch in our food preps.
“Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” – Confucius
Quite Simply Yours, Susan