Culinary Expert Caroline Chambers Makes Healthy Cooking an Easy & Bonding Experience for Millennials
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Culinary mastermind Caroline Chambers specializes in taking 1,000s of hours of food, health, and culinary experience -- and making cooking an easy, fun and bonding experience for millennials.
Greensboro, NC (PRUnderground) December 12th, 2018
Her new book “Just Married” helps keep young couples on a budget, eating healthy and having an incredible time in the kitchen. Chambers is certainly no stranger to kitchens. She’s served as a professional cook and recipe developer for publications including The New York Times and Eating Well Magazine, and national brands including Quizno’s, McAllister’s and the prestigious Bay Club.
Statistics show that Millennials has a strong preference for eating out. In fact, they eat out more than any other generation by far. That can have a big impact on health and personal budgets, not to mention it detracts from busy young couples’ time spent together. “As recently married millennial myself, I chose “Just Married: A Cookbook for Newlyweds” to be my inaugural book because I’ve experienced first hand the joy my husband and I experience in the kitchen cooking together.
I want other young couples to experience the joy of cooking for and with one another — all while saving money for other enriching experiences like travel,” says author Caroline Chambers.
About Just Married: A Cookbook for Newlyweds
This happily-ever-after cookbook for two contains 130 recipes to celebrate a new marriage. Whether it’s experimenting in the kitchen or perfecting the classics, newlyweds can create cherished traditions around the table. Filled with recipes perfect for spending leisurely days cooking with your loved one, entertaining ideas for family and friends, and plenty of options for quick and satisfying weeknight dinners, this book is a sweet and practical resource for modern couples. Author Caroline Chambers shares stories from her first years of marriage and tips on weekly meal planning, pantry staples, and handy kitchen tools, everything needed to build a new kitchen together. This heartfelt collection of recipes and advice fosters everyday romance and inspires traditions, making this a joyfully welcome wedding or engagement present for the happy couple.
About Caroline Chambers
Caroline Chambers worked in advertising in New York City, as a line cook in Telluride, ran a catering company called Cucina Coronado in southern California, and worked as assistant and recipe developer to Melissa d\’Arabian, of Next Food Network Star and Ten Dollar Dinners acclaim. She has also developed and styled recipes for brands and magazines including Mark West, Meiom Winei, Kim Crawford, Shape Magazine, Self Magazine, Men\’s Fitness, Boursin Cheese, Kroger Grocery, Eating Well Magazine, the New York Times, Mealthy, and Food Republic. Caroline lives in Carmel, California, with her husband, George, and their labradoodle, Hooper.