Laura Schupp

Laura Schupp is the author of Our Newlywed Kitchen: The Art of Cooking, Gathering and Creating Traditions, which she was inspired to write after her daughter and niece married and sought her wisdom for establishing their new home. Through the book, Laura passes on wisdom to the next generation for cultivating and celebrating life’s special moments in the heart of the home, the kitchen. She has been happily married to Thom, her husband of more than 30 years, and they reside in Franklin, Tennessee. The couple has three grown children and one grandson.

Making Your Kitchen the Heart of Your New Marriage, Part 5

The newlywed years are filled with transitions, but having a mentor couple with experience can help you navigate through them. Greg and John share some of their favorite marriage advice for young couples.

Making your Kitchen the Heart of Your New Marriage, Part 4

Having fun dinnertime conversations can be a great way to bond with your spouse during the early years of marriage. Such moments are only possible though, if you develop strong communication skills with each other. John and Greg explain the difference that good pre-marital counseling can make for preparing a newlywed couple.

Making Your Kitchen the Heart of Your New Marriage, Part 3

Seeing your son or daughter get married can be one of the most joyous experiences of your life. But, it’s sure to affect your marriage as well. John and Greg share how you can be a blessing to a son-in-law or daughter-in-law.

Making Your Kitchen the Heart of Your New Marriage

On this lighthearted broadcast, authors Laura Schupp and Erin Smalley offer helpful suggestions to brides for establishing their new home in a discussion based on Laura’s book, Our Newlywed Kitchen: The Art of Cooking, Gathering and Creating Traditions. 

Cooking Up Community: How Food Fosters Togetherness

Author Laura Schupp and her husband, Thom, have been building community through hospitality for more than two decades. Laura hopes to pass along her skills and knowledge to her children.