Bega Valley Bridge Club (Inc.)
"Bridge - The Game for a Lifetime"
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(20th Jul 2022)
Online Bridge
Online Bridge

Online Bridge is available for members and invited guests on Tuesday evenings. Please register to play via the MEMBER ONLY portal, where you can also obtain the link to play. 

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Alison and Martin will be resuming the popular "Bridge for Improvers" sessions (online) on Thursday nights. See calendar for details.

Subject to demand, Dave will run a series of 6 lessons at the Bega Library commencing Tuesday June 6th 10am - 12:30pm. These lessons are being sponsored by the Library and intending students can register HERE, by emailing or phone 0487 027 101.

The "Golden Hand"

Rob and Paul won the money this week. Congratulations!


Happy birthday to those born in June:

John 12th

Lois 19th

Denise 25th

Geoff 27th

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Recipe of the Week

If this is not the best Spag Bol you've ever tasted! CLICK HERE for recipe.

Hint: Use 1/2 beef mince and 1/2 pork mince. The longer you cook it, the better it is!


A summer recipe (while there's still some summer left) from Dave. Click Here


- Don't overdo the dill (it has a strong flavour)

- Consider having the salad as a side to your favourite grilled fish.

- Wash it down with your favourite white wine.



Another one compliments of Dave. Click here


- consider adding kaffir lime leaves

- cook beans for 7 - 8 minutes unless you like them very crunchy

- add extra chilli, salt and pepper to taste


Click Here for recipe.


Another of Dave's favourites. Click Here


  • garnish with parsley if you don't like coriander 
  • extracting the mince from the sausage is a bit tricky, either squeeze carefully, not breaking the skin, or cut the skin lengthways down the sausage and unwrap.

Recommended by Dave. Click here for recipe.


  • use chicken stock instead of water
  • look at other brown rice options if you can't get the one recommended
  • I found I needed extra cooking time after adding the rice and vegies.

A favoured cocktail by many coffee drinkers. Click here (Note that you will be asked to verify that you are >18).

Tip: Vary the amount of sugar syrup to your personal taste. And if you have your own coffee machine, make your own Expresso.


Another one from Dave. Click here for recipe.

Tip: you can enhance the flavour by adding some teriyaki sauce when cooking the chicken.


This one from Dave (from Woolworths). Click here for recipe.


  • consider adding a chilli for a bit more spice.
  • consider adding Karifurore Cauliflower to the broccolini (it's available from Aldi).
  • consider adding some MISO Sweet & Sticky Teriyaki glaze/marinade/drizzle (available from Woolworths) for some extra teriyaki flavour.

Another one from Dave. He says "This is a nice simple recipe from a Woolworth's magazine - the meatballs could be pork, veal or beef."  Click here for recipe.


A Negroni is an Italian cocktail, one part gin, one part Campari, one part vermouth garnished with orange peel. Click here for ingredients and video


This week's recipe is one of my favourites, not sure where I got it from. Click to open

Stir Fry Pork and Thai Basil

Here is a Justine Schofield recipe recommended by Dave. He says it is quick and easy to make and tastes great.

A couple of tips:

  • the eggs can be cooked, broken up, and just added to the meal at the end - just like you'd do making a fried rice.
  • use a microwave jasmine rice packs from the supermarkets - just 90seconds in the microwave.
  • consider adding the sauce to the main dish at the last minute to heat it up.
  • I use a veal/pork mix of mince (from Aldi) for the meat.

 Click here for ingredients and method

OR Click here for video