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BEST OF BRIDGE WEEKDAY SUPPERS: All-New Easy Everyday Recipes

OCTOBER 2018

The Best of Bridge ladies are back with another bestseller and 175 simple recipes with gourmet results for every night of the week.

 

Following the success of Sunday Suppers, the Bridge family continues to grow, with two new contributors joining the team to bring us innovative recipes developed in classic Bridge fashion and delivered with signature Bridge humor and wit.

Best of Bridge Weekday Suppers serves up 175 recipes that are easy enough for our busy lives, are delicious, and are perfect for sharing with family and friends. The delectable weekday recipes include Smoky Tomato Chickpea Soup with Grilled Cheese Croutons, Shrimp and Bacon Spinach Salad, Pineapple Pulled Pork Buns, Stovetop Gnocchi and Beef Stew, Rosemary Lamb and Feta Meatballs on Lemon Garlic Potatoes, Curried Turkey Pot Pie, Thai Shrimp Cakes and Baked Mushroom and Herb Risotto.

With over 4 million Best of Bridge books sold, the ladies have truly become an integral part of dinnertime for families all across North America.

 

THE BEST OF BRIDGE family is joined by two new contributors!

EMILY RICHARDS is a cookbook author, home economist, recipe developer, media spokesperson, television host, brand ambassador, and blogger. She has a passion for getting people into the kitchen to cook. She lives in Guelph, Ontario. Check out Emily's Meat Filled Ravioli on Le Gourmet TV.

SYLVIA KONG is a food stylist, home economist and consultant at Savory Palate Consulting. She’s been featured on CTV and local media, and she loves do-it-yourself projects and cross-country skiing. She lives in Calgary, Alberta. Check out Sylvia's DIY Popsicles on CTV.

 

320 pages • 8.5" x 10.5" • Index
32 pages of color photography
Concealed Wire-O hardcover
ISBN 978-0-7788-0610-3
$29.95 US / $29.95 CA
Publication date: October 2018

 

Of Note To Media

  •  Following the success of Sunday Suppers, the Bridge ladies are back with two new recipe developers and a cookbook devoted to 175 all-new recipes easy enough for our busy lives and developed in classic Bridge fashion (simple recipes with gourmet results)
  •  Recipes include supper soups, super salads, supper sandwiches, and recipes for chicken, beef, veal, lamb, pork, fish, vegetarian dishes, and quick and easy dessert
  •  4 million Best of Bridge books have sold with the recent book Sunday Suppers spending multiple weeks on the Globe and Mail bestseller list
  •  Beautifully photographed full-color pages
  •  Weeknight suppers offers easy techniques and family favourite flavours kids can help get back into the kitchen
  • Weekday Suppers is full of meal solutions for busy families 
  •  The recipes are simple to prepare, with familiar ingredients that are probably already in your cupboard or easily found at your local supermarket 
  •  The authors offer a variety of international flavors, along with a twist on the classics to keep it interesting
  •  Many people still want to cook meals at home as seen in the rise in popularity of prepared meal kits  
  • These recipes inspire home cooks to know that they can prepare simple, tasty meals from scratch without the added cost of purchasing boxed pre-portioned ingredients
  •  Some of these recipes can be prepared faster than ordering take-out
  • Sheet pan suppers and one pot meals keep clean-up to a minimum
  • The vegetarian / meat-free section won’t disappoint – the recipes are delicious, filling and satisfying
  •  Desserts and sweets are not just for the weekend there are plenty of choices in the quick and easy sweet stuff section

 

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