Joseph Duggar and Kendra Caldwell know what they want for their wedding: A ton of restaurant Gift Cards. According to Radar Online, the most recently engaged Duggar sibling doesn’t seem like he is planning to cook fancy meals at home with his new wife very often—at least not judging by the inexpensive dinner wear and $20 frying pan they have listed on their wedding registry, and the plethora of restaurant chain gift cards they have requested. In addition, some fans are put off by the fact that other Duggar Family members have been sharing links to the registry on their social media pages, seemingly soliciting gifts from fans.

Ahead of their upcoming wedding in Rogers, Arkansas on October 7, 2017, the list of Joseph and Kendra’s most-wanted wedding items shows they are frugal, with the exception of the obligatory Kitchen Aid mixer and a rather pricey ($385) Blendtec blender. Perhaps they’re planning on making a lot of smoothies as they settle into newlywed life.

Restaurants are on Duggar’s wedding gift menu

While there are some must-have kitchen items on Joseph and Kendra’s wish list, a large chunk of the latest Duggar registry consists of requests for gift cards to eateries like Papa John’s Pizza, Krispy Kreme, P.F. Chang’s, Dominos, Bonefish Grill, Subway, Outback, and Olive Garden. When will they ever use that frying pan?

Perhaps Joseph used his sitter Jessa’s wedding registry as a reference guide. While the Duggar daughter requested things like a Macbook and an owl-shaped night light ahead of her 2014 wedding to Ben Seewald, she also went heavy on requests for food-themed gift cards. Us Weekly posted Ben and Jessa’s registry, which featured a request for a long list of gift cards from restaurant chains like Outback Steakhouse, Applebee's, Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Robin, Domino’s Pizza, Subway, Cracker Barrel, Panera, Ruby Tuesday, P.F.

Changs and even Burger King.

Dr. Pepper instead of Dr. Spock

Of course, the most unusual registry request may have come from first-married Duggar sister, Jill Dillard. When she was pregnant with her first baby, Jill and her husband Derick Dillard requested caffeinated sodas on their baby registry at Wal-Mart. Jill told People magazine that it was Derick’s idea because “if you have late nights [with the baby] you have to have caffeine.” Instead of a request for Dr.

Spock’s classic baby manual, the couple requested Dr. Pepper, Fanta, and Gatorade, which means they may have been burping while they were burping their baby.

The Duggar family currently appear on the reality show “Jill and Jessa: Counting On” on TLC.