The Best of Bridge ladies, like so many of you, have fallen in love with slow cookers all over again. Life is getting busier, money is getting tighter, and people aren't any less hungry! So the satisfaction that comes from assembling a few ingredients early in the day, pushing a button and not having to worry about dinner until it's time to eat, just makes the day feel more manageable.
And while the all-new recipes were developed in classic Bridge fashion (simple recipes with gourmet results) the recipe baton has been passed to a whole new group of ladies who will bring their own unique and modern style to the brand while still honoring the dependable results, humor and verve of the original ladies.
You'll have fun with these 225 recipes and they're absolutely perfect when you're gathering with friends and family. The recipes will take you through every meal and every occasion so whether you're looking for some breakfast and brunch inspiration or for a fantastic chili recipe to make on a cold winter's day -- the ladies have got you covered.
Includes recipes for: Breakfast and Brunch, Appetizers, Soups, Stews, Chili and Curries, Sandwiches, Big Meats, Veggies and Sides, Pasta (and Pasta Sauces), Rice and Grains, Condiments, Stocks and Basics, and Sweet Stuff and Beverages.
So whether you're looking for a hearty stew recipe or a gooey, cheesy dip that will stay warm throughout your party, simply call your slow cooker and these recipe into service - you'll be glad you did.
Julie Van Rosendaal lives in Calgary, AB and is the author of 8 bestselling cookbooks. She is also a regular CBC radio food columnist, food writer and editor. Her award-winning blog, dinnerwithjulie.com makes her one of Canada's most popular bloggers.
Elizabeth Chorney-Booth is a Calgary-based blogger and freelance writer with over 15 years of professional writing under her belt. A former rock 'n' roll journalist, Elizabeth now focuses on writing about parenting, lifestyle, local events, entertainment, and of course, food.
Sue Duncan grew up in Calgary, cooking and eating at every opportunity with her best friend Julie. She now lives with her husband and daughter in the Okanagan Valley, where she acquires far too much produce at the farmer's market but manages to eat it all anyway.