“Suppin’good is the love and quality that permeates a dish whether it’s served on a paper plate at a Texas gas station or the finest Villeroy & Boch in Paris” – Alyssa Noui
If you’re a friend of the food alchemist behind Suppin’good chances are you’ve been spoiled by Alyssa Noui’s gastronomical creations, cooking classes, and impeccable hosting skills. However, since this is suppin’new chances are you haven’t been exposed yet, so allow me to introduce you.
Suppin’good is a break-it-down-to-the-roots-and-then-transform-it type of movement that’s being cooked up in the kitchen/lab of Los Angeles chef Alyssa Noui. The philosophy behind Suppin’goodsticks to the grassroots by supporting local food growers and using the freshest ingredients to create an experience that nods to our ancestors while being steps ahead of the game. I describe Suppin’good as an experience and movement because it’s much more than amazing meals and recipes. It is a lifestyle. One of which I see becoming a top influencer of our generation. Big words for something that’s still an infant but you heard it here first, so keep an eye out while I leave you with Chef Noui’s guide to the perfect potluck, an eggnog recipe of pure decadence, and some photos from the Suppin’good Eggnogcalypse.