The Registry Handbook: More Kitchen Basics

This series helps you build your registry piece by piece but with a practical bend. The first kitchen registry round-up was devoted to you non-cookers, non-entertainers, and non-fancy-ass-anythingers. They were the basics you'd need to get you into your new married life in a sensible fashion. This registry is for those of you who already have the basics but you'd like to add to it because you're cooking or entertaining more than you thought you would. It's still the bare-bones basics though and we're looking more into investing in good (not great) quality than in hoarding.

Registering for wedding gifts – it's supposed to be fun but usually
ends up being overwhelming. Mostly because everyone keeps telling you
that you HAVE to register for this or you HAVE to register for that. Ignore them. These days you can register for your honeymoon or even register for the kitchen sink. But what if you actually DO want to register for stuff – just not AS MUCH stuff as everyone's telling you to?

The Registry Handbook to the rescue!

This series helps you build your registry piece by
piece but with a practical bend. The first kitchen registry round-up was devoted to you
non-cookers, non-entertainers, and non-fancy-ass-anythingers. They were
the basics you'd need to get you into your new married life in a
sensible fashion. This registry is for those of you who already have the basics but you'd like to add to it because you're cooking or entertaining more than you thought you would. It's still the bare-bones basics though and we're looking more
into investing in good (not great) quality than in hoarding. Check it
out:

The Registry Handbook: More Kitchen Basics
Colander // Kitchen Shears // Vegetable Peeler // Muffin Pan // Immersion Hand Blender // Coffeemaker // Food Processor // Toaster // Serving Set // Serving Bowls // Platters // Steak Knife Set

The
focus of this kitchen registry is to get you what you need to do a
little cooking, a little baking, and a little prepping. Nothing more.
Nothing less. When registering, try to focus on picking out quality
items in the middle price range. Anything less will not last or be
crappy and frustrate you and anything more is a bit much if you don't
cook or bake much. Stick with simple colors and materials (wood and
stainless are great and long-lasting). Everything on this downloadable (click the image for the PDF!) handbook page is perfect for your starter kitchen and ready to 3-hole punch and insert in your wedding binder/planner.

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Nation, how many of you agree with this bare-bones a-little-more-than-basic kitchen
registry? Did any of you register for kitchen stuff you've never used?
Or maybe you registered for stuff that didn't hold up? Tell us about it!