Susie Carter is a freelance food writer and food stylist, based in Winchester in the heart of Hampshire. Susie specialises in creating seasonal recipes featuring local ingredients, but also enjoys researching and discovering new flavours from across the globe. She writes a seasonal recipe column for Hampshire Life magazine featuring local ingredients, and works with publishers nationwide on recipes from cupcake making to traditional favourites. As a food stylist, Susie has worked with a number of photographers across the South East, making and arranging the food you see in magazine pages, on packaging and in adverts.
Until 2012 Susie worked for the county food group, Hampshire Fare, which helped build on her enthusiasm for local ingredients and the people that produce them. In 2005 Susie entered BBC’s Masterchef Goes Large, reaching the quarter finals. In 2008 Susie won ITV’s Britain’s Best Dish with her smoked trout and watercress tart, made entirely from Hampshire-grown ingredients.
Susie’s home life is also heavily food-related, whether it’s cooking for friends or seeking out proper beers and interesting wine in Winchester, London and beyond. She tries to balance it all with a bit of swimming, a walk in the water meadows and the occasional bit of hard graft at the allotment. You can normally find her in the kitchen though.
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