Waterloo Region Record - - Books - Steve Kraft is CEO of the Guelph Pub­lic Li­brary. He rec­om­mends:

“Best of Bridge Week­day Sup­pers” by Emily Richards and Sylvia Kong (Robert Rose, 2018).

The new­est en­try in the phe­nom­e­nally suc­cess­ful “Best of Bridge” cook­book se­ries cel­e­brates de­li­cious “week­day” sup­pers. This out­stand­ing vol­ume brings two new cooks into the “Best of Bridge” kitchen: Guelph home econ­o­mist and food writer, Emily Richards (”Per la Famiglia,” 2015), and Cal­gary food econ­o­mist and con­sul­tant, Sylvia Kong.

Richards and Kong share 175 sim­ple, nour­ish­ing recipes to mo­ti­vate us all year long. They fre­quently make it stress-free for us by us­ing one pot, or the in­cred­i­bly safe pres­sure cooker. You will have trou­ble choos­ing be­tween easy and de­lec­ta­ble samosa wraps or deluxe fried egg sand­wiches. The sausage and rap­ini pasta is re­mark­ably ef­fort­less and the roasted red pep­per lemon code has sim­ple in­gre­di­ents that can (al­most) be pre­pared with your eyes closed. Why wait for a spe­cial week­end to try the savoury baked French toast? I served the maple gra­nola ap­ple crisp last week­end. There were no left­overs. Drat.

The au­thors pro­vide tips and tricks to make your time in the kitchen en­joy­able. This book will give you plenty of ap­pe­tiz­ing rea­sons to re­turn to it. En­joy!

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