Open your kitchen and open your heart—the Try Guys' Ned & Ariel Fulmer share the recipes they love to cook together
For Ned & Ariel Fulmer, cooking together has always been a love language, and now—with gorgeous photos and 10 years of never-before-heard dating stories and relationship tips—they’re putting it all on the table. With recipes for simple night-in staples like Third Date Pizza or Netflix and Chili, as well as luscious specialties like Ariel’s Favorite Lemon Salmon Piccata or Ned’s Chocolate Soufflé, Ned and Ariel know better than anyone that delicious food is the cornerstone of any good relationship.
Organized by relationship stage—from single and dating to meeting the parents to long-term commitment—The Date Night Cookbook will quickly become a favorite resource for every couple.
About the Author
Ned Fulmer hosts online cooking shows, including Date Night, on the Try Guys network. Ned is one of the Try Guys, the award-winning comedy quartet who got their start on BuzzFeed. He lives in Los Angeles, with his wife Ariel and their sons.
Ariel Fulmer hosts online cooking shows, including Date Night, on the Try Guys network. She lives in Los Angeles, with her husband Ned and their sons.
Finally, Ned and Ariel show us what they can do with a recipe. And it’s delicious! Like going on one big double-date together.
— Keith, Zach, and Eugene of The Try Guys
One of a kind! Ned and Ariel Fulmer have created a culinary masterpiece filled with dishes and drinks perfect for any stage of a relationship. I came for the amazing recipes but stayed for the heartwarming and hilarious stories. — Rosanna Pansino, creator of Nerdy Nummies
The Date Night Cookbook is therapy for the at-home soul, with recipes that work year-round, loads of practical advice, and plenty of smiles.
— Jimmy Wong, creator of Feast of Fiction
The closest I might ever get to having a YouTube channel is writing this damn quote for Ned on the back of his damn Date Night Cookbook. Damn, this is a great book, Ned. Congrats.