MOTHER’S DAY IS ALMOST HERE.
Whether you want to give an edible gift, a gift to read or a gift to help your mom in the kitchen, we have ideas for you.
1. FRENCH BROAD CHOCOLATES are handmade in Asheville, North Carolina, with chocolate grown from the owner’s, Dan and Jael Rattigan’s, chocolate plantation in Costa Rica.
2. Milky white with maple detailing and made in Japan by a third-generation enamelware company, a TEA KETTLE is can bring beautiful zen to your mom’s routine.
3. The caramel cake made at SUGAREES BAKERY in New Albany, Mississippi is a memorable way to end a Mother’s Day brunch. You must order now for delivery in time.
4. Cheryl and Griffith Day created a classic with their first book Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook. They followed up beautifully with their NEW BOOK, Back in the Day Bakery Made with Love.
5. The HANDHELD POPCORN POPPER by Jacob Bromwell is perfect for popping corn over a campfire on the beach, in the woods or even over a firepit in your mom’s backyard. This unique gift is sure to create memories your mom will treasure.
6. CALLIE’S BISCUITS melt in your mouth. The biscuits are packaged and ready to bake, and we promise, they don’t taste like frozen biscuits at all.
7. HIGHWIRE HAT TRICK EXTRAORDINARILY FINE BOTANICAL GIN is made with juniper berries, fresh lemon, and orange peel to produce an exceptionally aromatic and well-balanced gin, perfect for the classic gin and tonic or experimenting with other gin cocktails.
8. Winner of the 2013 James Beard Award for American Cooking, MASTERING THE ART OF SOUTHERN COOKING by Nathalie Dupree is a treasure trove of Southern recipes. Each recipe in this extensive cookbook is presented with step-by-step photographs helping even the most culinary-challenged mom become a more seasoned cook.