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Lorna Yee (Ling) writes 'The Newlywed Kitchen'

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#1 Kentan

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Posted 20 April 2010 - 11:20 PM

Well it's good to know that food blogging can actually become a real job!

I'd come across many of EGulleter Lorna Yee's previous posts in this forum and it was obvious that she had a real passion not only for eating food, but creating it. So it was nice to find that she now:
1) Writes a blog called 'The Cookbook Chronicles'
2) Has her own column called 'Key Ingredient' with Seattle Magazine (she also writes restaurant reviews for them)
3) AND she's co-authoring her first cookbook, entitled 'The Newlywed Kitchen', which will be published in a couple of weeks.

"From the editor of Seattle Bride — and one of the Northwest's up-and-coming cooks and food writers — comes a cookbook for newlyweds that aims to help couples forge good cooking habits that will last a lifetime. Offering 83 recipes that gradually increase in complexity and ultimately serve as building blocks for beginner cooks, The Newlywed Kitchen is 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." By encouraging couples to think about the food they choose to consume and learn happily and peacefully to cook a meal together, The Newlywed Kitchen is an indispensable resource couples will keep and treasure their entire lives."

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