Welcome to Cooking With Sarah

A publication dedicated to life’s simple moments…

Photo credit: Ashley Dru Photography — http://ashleydru.pass.us/sarahandaaron

The day was September 12, 2015. Otherwise known as the best day of my life. On that day, I began my greatest journey. I made a major committment.

I married Sarah.

Since then, we’ve learned so much. We’ve grown a lot. We’ve been far from perfect. But we’ve been together. And that’s what makes this journey so special.

In March 2016, Sarah and I began another journey within our marriage. We wanted to have a scheduled time each week where we practiced intentionality with each other. Unplugged togetherness. We wanted to have fun with it. And while the time wouldn’t change, we wanted the experience to be different each week.

So we decided to cook together.

Every Sunday, we plan, prepare and eat a meal together. We put our phones away (except for recipes and the occasional photo). We enjoy special moments together.

We both enjoy writing, so we figured we would write down our experiences and share the growth that comes in our marriage because of this. So, each Friday, I will be posting about the previous week’s meal. And Sarah will post our recipes for you to try if you want.

And so, Cooking with Sarah was born.

We’re not saying everyone’s marriage should look like ours. Everyone’s different, and (again) we are not perfect. But we firmly believe that enjoying simple moments together can be powerful for any couple. We’ve learned a lot about that so far. And we can’t wait to see what’s next.

So thanks for stopping by, and we invite you to join us on this journey. It may be simple, but it’s so powerful.


Thanks for reading! Here’s a link to our first post. If you liked this, please hit that heart button to recommend it. That would mean so much to us. We pray that these posts have a positive impact. If you enjoy our publication, please share it with your network. We wish you the best as you enjoy the simple moments with those you love.

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