Ever hear that saying "Couples who cook together, stay together"? A recent survey — sponsored by Calphalon and conducted by Light Speed GMI — asked about 1,000 U.S. adults ages 18 and older how they think cooking influences relationships. And it turns out, people place a very high importance on cooking. In fact, 87 percent of those surveyed believe that cooking is one of the top activities couples can do to strengthen their relationship.
Here are busy couple and newlyweds Brittany and David who both have a passion for being in the kitchen together. They are foodies and know a lot about #love
Brittany has been a #customer
of ours for several years. We are thrilled that found each other.
Here they are making gourmet flatbread pizzas with our Original Flatbread crusts made with organic flour, whole wheat, and our @chicksbackyardfarm honey.
Brittany @bweppler @wepplervineyards is a #homechef
"We did a mushroom and onion, gruyere/Swiss blend, and then finished with your egg and some truffle oil! The second was pear, blue cheese, prosciutto with pecans, rosemary, and your honey!" You know these were as good as they sound and look! Even their furry babies, Indy and Chewy, wanted a piece of the action!
We wish the best for the both of them and may they continue to connect in the kitchen together!
Wipe left to see a photo of their wedding in the Saint Lucia!
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