Tue, 9 October 2018
Suzi Maitland was born in Tacoma, WA and raised in Tallahasee, FL. She eventually found herself in New England where attend Cambridge Culinary Institute and crossed paths with future business partner Beau Sturm while work Metropolitan Club. Today, along side additional business partners Jay Bellao, Emma Hollander, Josh Childs and, Maitland serves as executive chef and owner of two Trina’s Starlite Lounge, the Paddle Inn, Parlor Sports, and Audubon all located in and Along Boston's North Shore.
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Favorite Success Quote or Mantra.
"Just keep swimming.
"Breathe, motha' fucka'. Breathe."
In this episode with Chef Suzi Maitland, we discuss:
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