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The Newlywed Cookbook: Fresh Ideas and Modern Recipes for Cooking With and for Each Other Hardcover – December 28, 2011
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About the Author
Sarah Copeland is a New York City-based writer, food expert, urban gardener and curator of good living. A Food Network veteran, she was a co-founder and former spokesperson for Food Network and Share Our Strength's Good Food Gardens campaign. She has appeared as a guest chef on Good Morning America and ABC News Now. Sarah's recipes and articles have appeared in national magazines such as The Food Network Magazine, Real Simple, Saveur and Fitness. Her debut cookbook, The Newlywed Cookbook: Recipes for Cooking With and For Each Other is packed with flavor and fun for twosomes looking to create a delicious life together. Sarah's Edible Living philosophy begins with locally sourced ingredients and an appetite for life. She finds inspiration in family meals, homegrown veggies, stinky cheeses, and chocolate cake. She lives and feasts with her husband, András and their new addition, Greta. Read more about her adventures at edibleliving.com.
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