Parenting

Refrigerator Cookies
Often called refrigerator cookies, sliced cookies are among the easiest and most convenient cookies to make. When you’re ready to bake, slice off pieces of dough — only as much as you want — and bake. You can always have warm cookies ready and waiting — even for unexpected or last minute guests... More »
Bake Something Great!
 Kid-friendly ingredients - such as cereal, graham wafers, marshmallows, chocolate chips, peanut butter and caramels - dominate, making the recipes favorites for the young as well as the young at heart. These bars are also relatively easy to make, which means that kids can help out in the... More »
Lemon Drop Scones
Honey gives these scones a gentle boost of sweetness, yogurt provides the tender texture and fresh lemon adds a bright zing. Perfect for the holidays, a quick breakfast, a tea-time accompaniment, or as a dinner 'side'! More »
Pink Coconut Squares
Perfect for the holidays, this soft, creamy frosting is a perfect match for a moist coconut filling and graham wafer crust. More »
Blueberry Cookie Bars
These bars are easy enough for kids to make themselves and so attractive they'll be proud to show them off to their family and friends this holiday season! More »
Best of Bridge Hamburger Soup
This slow cooker version of one of the most popular Bridge recipes of all time is just as easy as the classic. And (sacrilege!) we’ve phased out the can of cream of tomato soup to make it tastier and healthier... More »
Texas Cowboy Soup
This makes an ideal weeknight dinner for any busy family! More »
Beef Fajitas
Fajitas have become part of the North American Mexican food culture. They are quick to make and fun to eat. Skirt steak teamed with fresh vegetables is delicious yet simple to make. More »
Microwave Oven Use and Safety Tips for Kids
 Teach children how to use the microwave oven safely and correctly. Remember these safety rules: 1. Never run the microwave oven when it is empty. 2. Never put anything but food in the microwave. 3. Never leave the microwave oven unattended when turned on. 4. Never pop popcorn in a brown paper... More »
A Bowlful of Dinner!
 Fan Fare! Best of Bridge Cookbook by Best of Bridge features lots of meals and tips to help you deal with the midweek madness of meal preparation. As always, the dishes are made using ingredients that are readily available at your local supermarket. Sally and "The Ladies" wish you continued... More »
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