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Bride & Groom First and Forever Cookbook - cover

Bride & Groom First and Forever Cookbook

Mary Corpening Barber, Sara Corpening Whiteford, Rebecca Castenet De Géry

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

The first and only cookbook any happy couple needs—featuring “125 elegant recipes especially for newlyweds” (Publishers Weekly). 
 
Twin sister chefs and popular cookbook authors Sara Corpening Whiteford and Mary Corpening Barber know a lot about family and cooking. In this essential volume, they start married couples off right with essential information on the equipment they’ll need to begin cooking in their new home, as well as invaluable tips on getting the pantry stocked.  
 
The Bride & Groom First and Forever Cookbook features 125 special dishes to turn to again and again. A weekend brunch featuring Sausage and Cheddar Cheese Strata is sure to impress the in-laws. For something more romantic, Brie and Champagne Fondue for Two is as cozy as it gets. Everyday favorites like Classic Lasagna, Grilled Chicken with Roasted Red Pepper Salsa, and the impossible-to-resist Silken Chocolate Tart will have even beginner cooks looking like pros in the kitchen.  
 
Whether putting a quick meal on the table or hosting that first-ever holiday dinner, this is the cookbook newlyweds need to chop, peel, saut, and roast in harmony in the kitchen. Complete with beautiful photographs and menu ideas for special occasions (including the first anniversary), the Bride & Groom First and Forever Cookbook will have the happy couple eating well from this day forward.
Available since: 01/06/2012.
Print length: 282 pages.

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