Suzannah Kolbeck

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Baltimore, MD
Antioch University, Seattle, University Of Maryland, Baltimore County
Gluten-Free Baking, Cooking Tips, Recipe Development
  • In 2017, Suzannah partnered with a James Beard-nominated chef to write the cookbook "The Food Market: At Home."
  • She is an accomplished forager and is the author of "Healing Where You Are: An Introduction to Urban Foraging" (Akinoga Press).
  • She has copious experience as a semi-professional, gluten-free baker.


For over ten years, Suzannah has worked as a professional author, recipe writer, and tester (among other areas of expertise). She has authored multiple books and has had poems featured in Plainsongs and Pomme Journal, as well as other literary journals. Suzannah is the recipient of a 2023 Creativity Grant from the Maryland State Arts Council, and she used that grant to put the finishing touches on her book "Build a Better Bond: 100+ Ways to Connect With Your Horse" (HoneyFern Press). In 2023, Suzannah joined Static Media as a feature writer.


Suzannah holds a bachelor's degree in English with a minor in writing from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and a master's degree in education from Antioch University, Seattle. She is also a 500-hour certified yoga teacher.
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