The Complete Best of Bridge Cookbooks Volume TwoAdd to Recipe Box
For those who are fans of the Best of Bridge Cookbooks, there’s a new cookbook you will want to add to your collection.
The Complete Best of Bridge Cookbooks Volume Two is an all-new collection of Bridge favorites.
It combines all of the recipes from the third and fourth books originally published by Best of Bridge Publishing Ltd.: Grand Slam: More Recipes from the Best of Bridge and Winners: More Recipes from the Best of Bridge.
So now a whole new generation of cooks can discover these great recipes and the Best of Bridge line of cookbooks.
The Bridge cookbooks have over 3,500,000 copies in print and when you look at this cookbook you can see why.
Filled with gorgeous pictures of delicious, yet simple recipes that give you gourmet results.
The recipes are perfect for entertaining.
In fact they were first developed as recipes for the ladies’ bridge games, and eventually made their way into a very successful series of cookbooks.
Here are some example of the recipes you will find in this collection:
- Sour Cream Ginger Buns
- How Cheesy Do You Want It! (an easy cheesy bread appetizer)
- Greek Ribs
- Asparagus Noodle Bake
- Pecan Crust Ice Cream Pie with Caramel Sauce
- Coconut Whip Cake
- Toffee Meringue
- Wild Rice and Artichoke Hearts
- Death To Dieters Chicken Lasagna
- Frozen Lemon Mousse with Raspberry Sauce
- Glazed Cinnamon Bars
Sound difficult? The Ladies of the Best of Bridge make sure it’s not. They include easy to follow instructions, plus lots of humour to lighten up your day.
Here are two recipes from this wonderful cookbook that we have permission to offer you:
Arizona Fruit Salad
Spaghetti Squash Primavera
Whether you’re looking to complete your “Bridge” cookbook collection or simply want to include tried and true recipes in your cooking repertoire, you’ll want to add this cookbook to your kitchen.
About The Ladies of the Best of Bridge:
In 1975, at a weekend getaway, eight women friends had an idea: Since a consistent highlight of their decade-old bridge group was the food they prepared and shared together, perhaps they should think about writing a cookbook.
This spur-of-the-moment notion was the impetus for The Best of Bridge, which went on to become one of the most successful brands in Canadian publishing.
From the outset, “The Ladies of the Best of Bridge,” as they like to be known, had a unconventional vision of how their business would be run. It would be a partnership of equals, a celebration of friendship and — perhaps most of all — it would be fun.
More than 30 years and three million copies later, the ladies are enjoying the last laugh. In addition to creating a phenomenally successful business, they have remained close friends with fond memories of all the good times they’ve shared. “We had a lot of fun,” they say now. “And the media loved us because we were just regular mothers who showed up wearing matching aprons.”
Written in a welcoming style, the recipes are easy to execute, yet produce “gourmet” results. Their unique approach, which includes jokes to keep cooks smiling, has ensured a faithful following.
The Best of Bridge is more than a company. It’s a testament to the spirit and wherewithal of eight exceptional women whose collective head for business is matched by their commitment to each other. As the Ladies would say, “You should have these books. We’ve tested, tasted and revised. We promise you’ll love every recipe.”
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