Classic comfort foods and contemporary twists on feel-good family favorites from Best of Bridge.
Following the success of Weekday Suppers and Sunday Suppers, the Best of Bridge ladies are back with Best of Bridge Comfort Food, another essential cookbook devoted to 150 all-new recipes for timeless comfort food recipes and modern-day variations of many of those old favorites. This is a cookbook that is sure to become a new family favorite and kitchen staple alongside your well-used and much-loved Best of Bridge cookbook collection.
In this new book, you will find nostalgic feel-good meals that have been passed down through generations like Oven-Fried Chicken, Three-Cheese Oven-baked Mac and Cheese, Pork Chops and Apples and Bangers and Mash. You'll also find elevated variations of comfort classics like Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf, Slow Cooker Cuban Style Shredded Beef, Jerk Chicken and Jambalaya.
As always, recipes have been developed in the beloved Bridge fashion with classic Bridge wit with one-liners that make you feel like the ladies are standing in the kitchen next to you. Recipes, as always, are simple while delivering satisfying, dependable, and delicious results. Best of Bridge has always evoked the goodness of home cooking and that wonderful feeling of family, friends and comfort. This is a cookbook that aims to capture all of those lovely elements both on the page and on the plate.
Emily Richards is a cookbook author, recipe developer, media spokesperson, television host, brand ambassador, food stylist and blogger. She has a passion to get people in the kitchen and cook and she lives in Guelph, Ontario.
Sylvia Kong is a food stylist, home economist and consultant at Savory Palate Consulting. She's been featured on CTV and local media, she loves DIY and cross-country skiing, and she lives in Calgary, Alberta.