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The wedding registry of Kristin Cavallari, Jay Cutler

We wonder if Jay Cutler likes cookies and tea?

People.com has the skinny on Kristin Cavallari's wedding registry, and judging by its contents, the fiancee of the Chicago Bears quarterback is going to be really busy in the kitchen post marriage.

What's Cavallari hoping for?

Insulated cookie sheets ($16.95), Ruffled pie dishes ($44), Maple rolling pin ($36), Nonstick muffin pan ($30), Mixing bowls ($49.95), Teabag rest plate shaped like a teapot ($2.95).

If you earn an actress or professional sports player's salary, some of the more expensive items include a $429.95 copper stockpot and a $2,800 knife set.

You say you aren't content with choose something basic? Consider a $15 sausage stuffer kit attachment and $20 enameled crab crackers.

Or, just buy an $8 beer mug, which we're sure Cutler would love after a tough win over the Packers or a shot glass ($5.50 each) - perfect for Cutler after Cavallari drags him to another store.

And here's a celebrity-spotting tip: Cavallari, 24, and Cutler, 28, are registered at Williams-Sonoma and Crate & Barrel, so that means a walk hand-in-hand along Michigan Avenue isn't entirely out of the question.

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