Best of Bridge Makes Dinner Time Easy with Easy Recipes for Your Family

Best of Bridge Weekday supper review

Best of Bridge Weekday supper review

Dinner time can become stressful. From kids not wanting what you’re making, to trying to figure out how to get out of your recipe rut. While the internet is full of recipe ideas, a lot of them take hours or you should have gone to the store last night for the ingredients. But what if had a cookbook of quick recipes? Tested by people we trust and will make your dinner so much easier.

Best of Bridge is back and this time with Weeday Suppers! Quick and easy recipes that your family will love because they wont take all night to make, they work with what you have on hand and will give you new recipes to try out. We love how easy it is to integrate into your meal planning and gives you new ideas that your kids can even help with while making dinner.

Best of Bridge Weekday supper reviewFollowing 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 modern lives, are delicious and nourishing as always, 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.

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