18 Cookbooks Every Newlywed Should Own

Whether you’re a bona fide foodie or you don’t know your mortar from your mandolin, a good cookbook can make all the difference in the kitchen. And there’s no better occasion to expand your cookbook collection than your wedding. For tips on everything from cooking for two to hosting your first dinner party together, these delicious guides are definitely worth adding to your registry. May you eat happily ever after!

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1. Marcus Off Duty: The Recipes I Cook at Home ($26): What do master chefs cook in their downtime? Find out in this latest cookbook from Marcus Samuelsson and you’ll never be in danger of getting “chopped.”

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2. The Forest Feast ($35): Master foodie blogger Erin Gleeson is all about less is more when it comes to cooking. Check out her beautifully photographed, veggie-filled book for all kinds of locally grown, nutritious recipes.

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2. The Forest Feast ($35): Master foodie blogger Erin Gleeson is all about less is more when it comes to cooking. Check out her beautifully photographed, veggie-filled book for all kinds of locally grown, nutritious recipes.

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