Saint John

Cooking with Bridget

Cooking with Bridget - Poster

Cooking with Bridget

Year: 2019
Genre: Food
Host: Bridget Oland

Cooking with Bridget is a home cooking show, focused on quick and easy recipes for a busy lifestyle! 


To watch Cooking with Bridget:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Bell Fibe TV App

If you are not a Bell Fibe TV customer, click here to learn more about Bell services.

Episodes

Episode 1

Bridget prepares a pot-roasted chicken dinner that is moist, tasty, and super easy. A delightful family dinner. 

Episode 2

It's apple season, so naturally Bridget is ready to prepare an apple tart using a simple pastry recipe. It's an easy and delightful dessert perfect for this time of year. 

Episode 3

Bridget prepares a favourite from her mother's cookbook - roasted red pepper lentil soup. It's a delicious soup for a chilly day that is easy to prepare, and is beautiful and unique. 

Episode 4

Fall is here and it's pumpkin season! Bridget shows you how to prepare the perfect oatmeal pumpkin cookie. Nice and moist, these cookies will be your new family favourite. Easy and delicious as always. 

Episode 5

Bridget prepares her mom's favourite secret dessert - cranberry apple crisp! It's the perfect seasonal treat for special occasions with family and friends. 

Episode 6

This week Bridget introduces her take on healthy snacks with Maple Molasses Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins... wholesome, filling and just sweet enough, as they are free of refined sugar!

Episode 7

Sweet potatoes are very good for you and this week Bridget shows how versatile they are with her Spicy Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges. They're a great snack to start the new year with... healthy, tasty, and you will not break any resolutions!

Episode 8

This week is all about home-made, edible gift ideas that are easy to make and are wonderful to share with friends and family.

Episode 9

Looking for family-friendly snacks that are quick and easy to prepare? Bridget shares her family's go-to recipe for crispy cranberry almond granola bars, a wholesome treat that's tasty and satisfying. As well, Bridget shares simple substitutions to make these easy, no-bake bars school-friendly too.

Episode 10

Bridget is out to prove that broccoli doesn't need to be boring. To show how easy it is to transform this ordinary vegetable into the star of the meal Bridget shares two simple recipes for broccoli with oomph: everyday roasted broccoli and baked broccoli with cheese. If you want to eat more vegetables, Bridget's simple recipes will have you adding more healthy vegetables to your dinner plate.

Episode 11

Are you looking for ways to make chicken more interesting? Bridget has just the recipe – a one-pot mustard molasses chicken dish. This easy recipe cooks in a tasty sweet & sour sauce and is ready in under 30 minutes. Bridget prepares this recipe in an electric pressure cooker and also shares the method for cooking this family-friendly dish in the oven.

Episode 12

Bridget creates the perfect Easter bunny cake!

Episode 13

Bridget shares a recipe that walks the line between treat and nourishing snack, between what kids want to eat and what they eat. They may look like cupcakes but in the first bite you'll notice they taste wholesome and are just sweet enough to be satisfying.

Episode 14

In this spicy salmon recipe, a delicious spice blend and Dijon mustard add just the right amount of heat while molasses provides a savoury kind of sweet to keep the flavours balanced. Salmon is so versatile and can handle lots of added seasoning. The spice blend is also great on vegetables like cauliflower.

Episode 15

Bridget shares two favourite barbecue recipes that her family has been enjoying for decades: easy oven-baked ribs (that can be finished on the grill) and a homemade barbecue sauce made with beer and molasses. Both recipes require minimal effort and are the perfect effortless summer meals.

Episode 16

The barbecue is usually the star at summer meals, but every great barbecue needs side dishes! Bridget shares three healthy favourites to round out your next barbecue menu: creamy apple dressing for a no-mayo coleslaw, roasted sweet potato salad, and a simple oil and vinegar salad dressing.

Episode 17

When it's too hot to cook no-bake desserts are a dessert lover's best friend. In this episode Bridget shares recipes for three simple, summer desserts: a Greek yogurt chocolate pudding, five-minute chocolate sauce and S'mores made with ginger cookies. These are quick and delicious crowd pleasers - each takes less than 10 minutes to prepare.

You Might Also Like

Cork Screwed

Ralph and Pat are a couple of regular guys who know one thing about wine: they like to drink it. Join them as they travel to vineyards across the Niagara  Region and learn how to make it, pair it and that Pinot Noir isn't a cologne. 

Stay At Home With Me

We invited the communities we work with to share their experience staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch special #StayAtHomeWithMe episodes of the most popular TV1 shows and follow their hosts as they wrestle with the ups and downs of being at home.

Foodie Guide to Québec City Goes Rural

Foodie Guide to Quebec City Goes Rural takes you on a road trip to meet the passionate producers and artisans of the greater Quebec City region

Taste Detours

Take a delicious culinary trip through Guelph's food and restaurant scene with host Lynn Broughton. 

My Home Kitchen

Join chef Mark McCrowe as he guides you through a journey of making some deadly eats and tasty treats!

X-Plated

Ever wonder why the meals you cook at home don’t taste like they do at a restaurant?  Wonder no more!  X-Plated reveals how Niagara’s best chefs create their favourite dishes in a typical home kitchen.

Foodie Guide to Québec City

Foodie Guide to Quebec City is an opportunity to discover the central neighborhoods of Quebec through their culinary landmarks.

Style Files: Foodie Edition

Television host Katrina Turnbull takes you on a culinary tour of the new Ottawa, a vibrant and changing city whose food scene has exploded with some of the best and most innovative restaurants in the country. 

With her finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the city, follow host Katrina Turnbull as she discovers the hottest restaurants that are breaking all the rules of fine dining in the capital.

The Man Who Couldn't Cook

Marino loves good cooking, but can't cook. That all changes as he learns from top chefs, gets inspired, and gets busy in the kitchen!

Foodie Kinda Life

Sarah Lajeunesse and Apryl Munro take a culinary taste tour of the most delicious, healthy and mouth watetring places to eat in the Barrie area.

Tales from the Ale Trail

Embark on epic journeys over southern Ontario to deliver a little pint of heaven to your taste buds. Tales from the Ale Trail is a high-energy, hilarious, hop-filled adventure hosted by three lifelong friends, Chris Treschak, Drew Williams and Nick Mirka, who have an affinity for quality craft beer, scrumptious food, terrible dad puns and friendly competition.