Our Newlywed Kitchen: The Art of Cooking, Gathering, and Creating Traditions

Our Newlywed Kitchen: The Art of Cooking, Gathering, and Creating Traditions

by Laura Schupp

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Overview

Imagine giving the special bride you know a gorgeous keepsake book. One that includes timeless wisdom for the heart of your home—the kitchen—with space for you and others to insert recipes, prayers, Scripture, and memories. Our Newlywed Kitchen offers Christians a unique wedding gift for brides. It includes practical how-to information for wedding registry, kitchen organization, meal preparations, party planning, grocery shopping, and more. This gift will be immediately treasured by a new bride, who will refer to it for years.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781589979451
Publisher: \
Publication date: 05/08/2018
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 672,448
Product dimensions: 9.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 1.10(d)

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Our Newlywed Kitchen: The Art of Cooking, Gathering, and Creating Traditions 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Pooke More than 1 year ago
You’re Getting Married, What’s Next? Are you getting married soon, perhaps you are a newlywed? How exciting! This book has a lot to offer a couple just starting out. Ever think you would need a warning about well-wisher’s behavior? You might, and this book will tell you why. Good ideas range from being on a registry, to food--and the best way to get it, fix it, and save money along with time. Read about joining a registry, along with good ideas and suggestions that are picked according to your current lifestyle, as well as, your future one. A look between the covers will help with the nitty-gritty of setting up a kitchen along with advice that makes a home meaningful. Personal anecdotes from author pepper the pages of this volume and tie in to situations a young couple face. Ms. Schupp shares how traditions can be begun now, and the fun that can be. Childhood traditions that the your family forced you to join in, may take on a different light after being married. Don’t be surprised if they become associated with warm memories and are tweaked to fit into the new relationship. The ways relatives, past and present, added their own twist to the family such as cooking style, the ways they celebrated, and so on, are presents that can enrich the couple’s life. As the book says, “not all gifts come from a store…” This beautiful over-sized book contains pretty fonts and appealing pictures. But it is more than just a coffee table decoration. Often, not much thought is put into life after the honeymoon. When the thrill of the wedding fades, day-to-day life can leave the newly married overwhelmed. That is where this lovely book can help. It suggests ways two people can unite separate lives and start a new one together. It has lots of ideas for fun and excitement that a new couple can try together, as well as, ways to enjoy day-to-day living. Despite there being a small number of recipes, this is not a cookbook or a book just for the kitchen. The recommendations inside help today’s couples establish a wonderful lifestyle together. Best of all, it is written from a Christian viewpoint. I wish I would have had a book like this when I got married, it is a joy to view. This would make a lovely present for any up-coming brides, or a nice present to give to yourself. It is sure to be a valued gift. I highly recommend this 5-star book. “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.” -1 Corinthians 13:13 Tyndale House Publishing along with Focus on the Family has provided bookreadingtic with a complimentary copy of Our Newlywed Kitchen, The Art of Cooking, Gathering, and Creating Traditions, for the purpose of review. I have not been compensated in any other manner. All opinions expressed are my own, and I was not required, or influenced, to give anything but an honest appraisal. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.
summer_no9 More than 1 year ago
This book had a beautiful illustrated of picture with a great writing and compelling to read with also encouraging and inspiring to the new couple with Our Newlywed Kitchen author Laura Schupp will guide is all the help we will need like their our kitchen through registry trips, essentials checklists, meal plans that healthy simple food and contemporary solutions with fun entertaining ideals when everyone around the table with friend and family. This book will challenge you to change live through the heart of the home and your kitchen by creating a warm and nurturing home with love that will build you to a strong relationship and this message it’s important to strengthen to your marriage. I highly recommend to everyone must to read this book.” I received a complimentary a copy of this book from Tyndale House for this review”.
ChrisWebAdmin More than 1 year ago
Designed to be given as an engagement, shower or wedding gift, Our Newlywed Kitchenencourages you to add personal messages to hand down family traditions, recipes, and more. The book is focused on a traditional husband/wife marriage from a Christian perspective. The author promises no outdated ideals. She focusses on a way to “cultivate the timeless value of gathering friends and family to your table”. The two main sections in the book are divided into several chapters: Before You Say I “Do” Cultural Shift Registry Pre-Shop Kitchen Essentials Checklist Secret Weapon After Your Nuptials Something Borrowed Recipe Collection Cooking Simple Test Recipes 21-Dinner Rotation Down The Aisle from The Table Up Gathering Traditions Before You Say I “Do” With the first section, Cultural Shift, the author discusses the focus in the past on home versus work. She notes how more people are choosing to focus again on the home these days. She encourages a discussion to determine what kind of a work/life balance will work best for the happy couple. The Registry Pre-Shop covers what to look for in a gift registry and encourages questioning what kind of items you will need. In order to make the registration less painful for the groom, a Registry Date page offers several tips on how to turn it into less of a chore and more of a date. The Essentials Checklist covers everything you’ll need to consider for your kitchen and dining room. This section touches on everything I could think of and provides several excellent questions you should ask yourself. These questions will help to determine which type of item under each category will work best for you. The groom is the object in the section Secret Weapon. This section encourages discussion on sharing duties and determining what his strengths are in the kitchen. After Your Nuptials The second part of the book starts with Something Borrowed. This Something Borrowed tradition is borrowed happiness, not a borrowed object. This section offers shared thoughts and memories to share the happiness. In Recipe Collection the author shares recipes she has collected from friends and family members. She also includes information on various websites and other sources for good recipes. With Cooking Simple the author provides information that can make cooking easier for the less experienced. This is followed by a brief two pages of information on menu planning and pairing. Next comes Test Recipe with a very few basic recipes. 21-Dinner Rotation is next with a three-step system which helps you plan nightly dinners. It uses the test recipes provided in the previous chapter and encourages you to use some of your own. The information provided is an excellent source of inspiration for creating menu plan in a very simple way. Down The Aisle refers to the grocery aisle, not to the wedding ceremony. It provides information on how to shop efficiently and on how to avoid purchasing mistakes. The author even discusses markets and pre-portioned dinner deliveries. See the full review and the recipe for Caprese Salad at The RecipesNow! Reviews And Recipes Magazine. This review is written in response to a complimentary hard copy of the book provided by the publisher in hopes of an honest review.