The Newlywed Cookbook by Robin Miller

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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

About Robin Miller

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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.
Published November 1, 1999 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 240 pages
Genres: Self Help, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Education & Reference, Cooking. Non-fiction

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