Last-Minute Recipes for Mothers' Day
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Hey folks! No new podcast episode this week as we’ve been working on some exciting Salt + Spine projects. Stay tuned next week for a new episode.
In the meantime, if you’re searching for a last-minute Mother’s Day recipe (or just a great weekend pick), we’ve got a few to consider from our archives.
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If you’re brunching…’s applesauce cake with cream cheese frosting is one of my go-to’s. It’s, of course, great in the fall, but just as delicious the rest of the year.
A simple apple & poppy seed muffin, courtesy of Amy Chaplin, is also a quick and easy brunch addition:
Who doesn't love granola? And's savory-not-sweet version is a delicious and somewhat unexpected take. I love it with greek yogurt, a drizzle of good olive oil, and some chopped cucumbers. A little mild red pepper is a nice addition, too, for a savory parfait.
It’s certainly asparagus season, and this lovely dish fromcombines the roasted stalks with strawberries and crumbled eggs. YUM.
A real showstopper for your brunch spread—but one that is easy to execute and prepared in advance!—is this Radish Butter Tartine from our friend Farmer Lee Jones. Look how stunning:
Two creative takes on the Negroni, which I consider the perfect cocktail for brunch and all hours, from authors Adeena Sussman and Christiaan Röllich:
A perfect sweet treat…
And for something sweet, what is perhaps the best choc chip cookie of all time from— or for a project bake, Ottolenghi's friand (friands are light, moist almond cakes) is welcoming of whatever fruit looks best right now.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend celebrating those close to you, be it mothers, grandmothers, partners, friends…