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									The Newlywed Cookbook
Author: Robin Miller
Author: Caroline Angel



Edition: 2
Table of Contents

IntroductionPizza and BreadPasta and RisottoChicken, Turkey, Duck and Game BirdsBeef, Pork, Veal,
Venison and LambSeafood and ShellfishSide Dishes, Salads and SalsasDesserts and Other Sweet
TreatsSpecial OccasionsNew Year's EveValentine's DayThanksgivingChristmas DinnerOne-Year
AnniversarySunday BrunchSuper Bowl SundayPicnic for TwoBreakfast in BedWhen In-Laws Come for
DinnerHerbs and SpicesCooking TermsEquipmentIndexAbout the Author
Description

With simple recipes that will impress every new husband, wife or in-law, newlywed couples now can
actually use their new kitchen accessories instead of ordering take-out for every meal. More than 200
original recipes, easy-to-follow instructions and personal advice on navigating the kitchen. From planning
intimate, candlelit meals to hosting the first sit-down dinner party, this collection will turn any novice into
a gourmet. Includes such special features as: — A simple guide to common cookware — Terminology
and spice indexes — Preparation and cooking times — Tricks and tips from the stovetop to the dining
room table — Suggestions for "special occasion" meals, including the one-year anniversary dinner and
when in-laws come to visit.
Excerpt

Congratulations! Best wishes for a long and happy life together! Now, what's for dinner?There's nothing
more romantic than dinner for two, prepared at home and served over candlelight. But how realistic is that
these days? The fact is, many couples consist of two working people and dinner isn't exactly a priority.
That's a shame because some of life's funniest moments and fondest memories happen over a pot of
simmering sauce. Before the big day, I'm sure you enjoyed registering for lots of new toys at your favorite
store. There you were, drooling over the multi-function blenders, heavy-duty mixers, coffee makers with
the espresso/cappuccino options and shimmering pots and pans. Now that your kitchen is stocked, what
are you supposed to do with it? I realize you can't be bothered with lengthy recipes, discouraging
ingredient lists and intimidating cooking techniques. If preparing the meal seems daunting, you're likely to
skip it altogether. The result? The fabulous...
Author Bio
Robin Miller
Robin Miller has a master's degree in food and nutrition and is host of the Food Network show Quick Fix
Meals with Robin Miller. As a freelance food consultant and spokesperson, Robin has appeared on local
and national television, including CBS's This Morning, NBC's Today Show, and ABC News. Robin has
written recipes for Campbell's Soup Company, Weight Watcher's Food Company, Cooking Light, Health,
Men's Fitness, Quaker, Uncle Ben's Rice, Del Monte Foods, SlimFast, California Prunes, Hamilton
Beach, Equal/Nutrasweet, Bisquick, Family Circle, Nathalie Dupree, Mr. Coffee, T-Fal and Braun.
Currently, she appears regularly on network and cable television.Robin is a contributing editor for Cooking
Light. Her regular columns appear in Shape, Health, Natural Health, Men's Fitness and Jump. She has
also written articles on food and health for Family Circle, Mademoiselle, Woman's Day and First for
Women.


Caroline Angel
Robin Miller has a master's degree in food and nutrition and is host of the Food Network show Quick Fix
Meals with Robin Miller. As a freelance food consultant and spokesperson, Robin has appeared on local
and national television, including CBS's This Morning, NBC's Today Show, and ABC News. Robin has
written recipes for Campbell's Soup Company, Weight Watcher's Food Company, Cooking Light, Health,
Men's Fitness, Quaker, Uncle Ben's Rice, Del Monte Foods, SlimFast, California Prunes, Hamilton
Beach, Equal/Nutrasweet, Bisquick, Family Circle, Nathalie Dupree, Mr. Coffee, T-Fal and Braun.
Currently, she appears regularly on network and cable television.Robin is a contributing editor for Cooking
Light. Her regular columns appear in Shape, Health, Natural Health, Men's Fitness and Jump. She has
also written articles on food and health for Family Circle, Mademoiselle, Woman's Day and First for
Women.

								
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