For me, I love to cook, but there so many days I have no time to throw together a great family meal. That where my slow cookers come in so handy, being able to just throw something in there, and leave it has been so much help to me. Being able to try new recipes on my family is always great. The Best Of Bridge, The Family Slow Cooker, has so many great recipes for me to try.
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 reliable results, humor, and verve of the original women.
This is a dream come true for those of us who, love to cook with our slow cookers. Slow cooking is fun and can even be a bit fun to use. From appetizers to decadent desserts, there’s no occasion too big or meal too small for the slow cooker to handle with ease.
Whether you’re looking for a hearty stew or a gooey, cheesy dip that will stay warm throughout your party, simply call your slow cooker and these recipes into service — you’ll be glad you did.
There are so many great recipes I am going to try, my husband and brother in law love pulled pork. Now that the weather is getting colder , I love to make homemade soups. If you enjoy cooking, and can’t find the time in your busy day, for a full course meal. This book will make cooking so much easier.
Best of Bridge is a best-selling series of cookbooks that originated in 1975 with a group of eight female friends. This is the second slow cooker book in the Bridge series, focusing on easy to make weekday cooking recipes. Life is getting busier; money is getting tighter, and people are looking for recipes where they can assemble ingredients early in the day, push a button and not have to worry about it again until dinnertime.