As Christmas Dinner quickly approaches we are looking ahead to plan our Christmas dinner. We will have the traditional turkey, ham, dressing, green bean casserole, but we like to throw non-traditional items in as well. In the past we have had lasagna, enchiladas, pizza and more for dinner, so this year I think some great Italian food would add a great twist. Three Bridges offers a variety of fresh pasta and sauces with no antibiotics, hormones, artificial flavors, or preservatives. At Three Bridges they are guided by a deep and unending passion for three things: Chef-crafted recipes, endless creativity, and good living. Those are the three bridges that inspire them to create foods that awaken the palate and feed the soul.
I love that Three Bridges products are ready to go, very little cooking time needed. If you can boil water and warm some sauce on the stovetop or in the microwave you can prepare an excellent dinner for your family.
Our kids are huge fans of Alfredo Sauce and the Alfredo from Three Bridges paired with their Grilled Chicken and Mozzarella Ravioli is fabulous. The sauce is rich and creamy, plus it is rBST free which means it does not contain the growth hormone that has been modified from normal BST growth hormone using recombinant DNA process so that cows injected with it can produce more milk than what would be considered normal, even for a dairy cow like a Holstein.
Who doesn’t love Mac & Cheese? Three Bridges new Creamy Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese Kit also contains rBST-free shredded cheddar cheese and ready-cooked macaroni made from durum semolina flour in our refrigerated kit. Just add milk and you have Mac & Cheese that beats any box mix any day. Pick up some Three Bridges products today! You can find a store near you that carries Three Bridges products here and be sure to show them some love on facebook, twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.
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