Wedding Registry:
Cooking Essentials

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Photos: Sara Remington (cookbook); all others are courtesy of stores

I think I've found my new go-to wedding gift: the just-published Newlywed Cookbook by food writer and blogger Sarah Copeland. The book, which is all about preparing and enjoying a meal with your spouse, features 130 delicious-looking recipes (accompanied by gorgeous food photography) and would make a wonderful wedding gift. Above are some snapshots from the cookbook, along with six of my favorite cooking tools, which you should definitely consider adding to your wedding registry. —Heather Lee

1) Cuisinart Soup Maker & Blender from Williams-Sonoma [add this to your registry]
Add chopped veggies and this nifty device sautés and blends them into a hearty soup (it also doubles as a regular blender).

2) Staub Oval Cocotte from Williams-Sonoma [add this to your registry]
This sturdy dutch oven is perfect for braising meats, cooking stews, and roasting chicken.

3) Simon Pearce Brookfield Bakeware from Terrain
This beautiful trio of hand-thrown baking dishes is perfect for casseroles and cobblers.

4) Unicorn Magnum Plus Pepper Mill from Broadway Panhandler [add this to your registry]
This sleek pepper mill was given top nods by Cook's Illustrated magazine and comes with a lifetime guarantee.

5) Hamburger seasoning from Williams-Sonoma [add this to your registry]
Sprinkle this on burger patties before throwing them on the grill for an easy weeknight dinner.

6) Rösle Food Mill from Sur la Table [add this to your registry]
This elegantly designed food mill ensures velvety smooth soups and pasta sauces.

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