Best of Bridge Weekday Suppers: All-New Easy Everyday Recipes by Emily Richards and Sylvia Kong
You could go scream into the clown’s head and get some robot food, or you could pick up your copy of Best of Bridge Weekday Suppers: All-New Easy Everyday Recipes by Emily Richards and Sylvia Kong and you are ready to go.
You probably have everything you need to fix most of these recipes. There are even recipes for dessert in here.
These recipes are easy to follow. Well, not really. The problem will be when the recipe says to cook the bacon and set it aside. What cook is going to allow bacon to just sit there without eating it?
If you can resist the bacon long enough for it to actually make it into your recipe, you have the makings for some very tasty meals.
The spiral binding on this book makes it easy to follow the recipes because it doesn’t change the page while your back is turned. Who hasn’t had the page turn on them while they are making a recipe? This makes for some interesting meals.
This easy to follow book will make a great addition to your cookbook collection. Even a husband can follow these recipes. Get your copy of Best of Bridge Weekday Suppers today.
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