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The Newlywed Kitchen: Delicious Meals for Couples Cooking Together

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According to marriage counselors, cooking together is one of the biggest complaints newlyweds bring to the table; with more than 80 recipes, this accessible book makes the kitchen a happy place for couples.

From the editor of Seattle Bride and one of the Northwest's up-and-coming chefs and food writers comes a cookbook for newlyweds aimed at helping couples forge good cooki
Paperback, 240 pages
Published March 23rd 2010 by Sasquatch Books (first published 2010)
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This cookbook's greatest strength is also its greatest weakness: the recipes are incredibly diverse. On the one hand, you'll probably be able to find something interesting, new, and at your preferred fanciness level. On the other, it's rather scattered, so it's anyone's guess as to whether you'll have required secondary ingredients (by which I mean, the items that typically make up about 2/3s of a 20-ingredient recipe -- like spices -- which are a bit of a hassle to go and get if you don't have ...more
Before the rumors start, I am not getting engaged/married/moving in with anyone anytime soon. I picked this up because I kind of thought this would be more "How to have boys help you in the kicthen", but it's more a cute cookbook with testimonials from couples who cook together. Unfortch, a lot of the ingredients are out of my price range and some of the techniques are out of my skill level (I am a total amateur and a self-proclaimed fool in the kitchen). I made the mudslide cookies and liked ho ...more
Great recipes. While I doubt we'll be cooking *together* (I hate having someone in the kitchen with me at the same time), I bought the book because it had intriguing content and I'm excited to entertain.
Definitely buying this one! I want to make the Lamb Ragu!
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Lorna Yee is a food writer for Seattle Magazine.

Ali Basye is a freelance writer and former editor of Seattle Bride magazine."

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