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We now pronounce you ready to cook

A core set of recipes lets newlyweds use wedding gifts to make special meals any day of the week

Broiled pork tenderloin with honey-chipotle glaze and garlic-smashed potatoes. Broiled pork tenderloin with honey-chipotle glaze and garlic-smashed potatoes. (Food styling/Tony Rosenfeld; Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Tony Rosenfeld
Globe Correspondent / June 25, 2008

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Everyone who has ever been on the dating circuit knows that a relationship only gets serious when somebody dares to cook dinner. If you follow this logic, then newlyweds truly cross the marital threshold when they engage in those meal preparations that mark everyday life - quick weeknight dinners, an evening entertaining friends, or a cheerful Sunday morning brunch. (Full article: 704 words)

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