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 cooking habits that will last a lifetime. Offering more than 80 recipes that gradually increase in complexity, The Newlywed Kitchen serves as the building blocks for beginner cooks as well as a guide on how to happily and peacefully cook a meal together. The book is cleverly divided into categories such as 'Carry Me Over the Threshold Starters and Snacks, ' 'Who Gets the Remote Control: Comforting Pastas for Lazy Nights In, ' and 'Happily Ever After Desserts and Sweets' with plenty of mouth-watering pictures. Also includes stories from happily married foodies to inspire and guide newlyweds to a lifetime of delicious meals together.