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Mother’s Day Menu

May
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Look how easy I’m going to make this. I would like this Summer Vegetable Pie, and maybe a little green salad with cherry tomatoes on the side. Veggies from the freezer would work just fine in this “pie” (which is not really a pie, there’s no crust, it’s just baked in a pie pan, that’s all), and it’s a very light dish. Vegetarian. Delicious. A little on the girly side, but then that’s what Mother’s Day is all about, right? If you want to man it up, you could always add some chicken or sliced kielbasa. (Reduce the veggies accordingly or it won’t fit in even a deep dish pie pan–or you could put it in a casserole dish.)


I think this would be great with my Ultimate Cheddar Bay Biscuits.
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See? I’m not even asking for a yeast bread.

I’d like some Gingerbread with Nutty-Buttery Broiled Topping for dessert with some fresh-whipped Beulah Petunia cream.
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By the way, I wouldn’t mind at all if I had some Strawberries & Cream Coffee Cake for breakfast.

I KNOW MY KIDS READ MY BLOG!! Weston? Morgan?

Hello? Is this thing on?

I don’t think my chances of getting all this food cooked for me tomorrow are real high, but maybe you could show this menu to your kids and it’d work out better for you. I’m posting it a day ahead so you can start working on ’em. GOOD LUCK!!!!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 8, 2010  

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  1. 5-8
    3:36
    am

    My grandmother once made strawberry shortcake from scratch, strawberries from her garden, and while preparing it for me her neighbor called and asked her if she wanted some fresh milk (from their cow) and she made whipped cream and put that on top. It was the best dessert I ever had and I think of her and that dessert every time you mention Beulah Petunia’s milk and cream. :-)

  2. 5-8
    6:36
    am

    Ditto. Count me in!

  3. 5-8
    6:52
    am

    Oh, wouldn’t it be wonderful to have all of that served up?

  4. 5-8
    8:25
    am

    In my dreams!

  5. 5-8
    8:27
    am

    Yummy. I think I would have to cook that up for myself. :) I should get my dd to help me though? hmmm Mother daughter time in the kitchen tomarrow. could be a plan. Thanks. :)

  6. 5-8
    8:47
    am

    Will your kids deliver to Iowa? No baking here – my best Mother’s Day gift was my daughter and grandson flying out from Savannah on Thurs. I have thoroughly enjoyed his almost-6 months highness with his magical smile! I need nothing else!!! :snuggle: :sun: :sun:

  7. 5-8
    8:54
    am

    Sounds yummy! We’ll be over by breakfast and no, we can’t milk a cow. :D

  8. 5-8
    9:04
    am

    Tee-hee,good luck with that one!

  9. 5-8
    9:17
    am

    YUM!!!!

  10. 5-8
    10:04
    am

    :hug: I am going to show this to my dear hubby and dear son….and wish and hope and beg…….and beg, I give up, I will start on it so I can have something deelish on Mumma’s day, LOL or I can :whip: ……Make me FOOD, I AM the MOMMA, Heeeee, heeee! Happy Momma’s Day everyone for tomorrow!!! :wave:

  11. 5-8
    11:08
    am

    Hubby and I are both working on Mother’s Day, I’d really rather that the kids weren’t using the kitchen for anything more elaborate than toast, thanks. Not that they can’t cook, what they can’t seem to do is clean up. :o

  12. 5-8
    11:39
    am

    Yum! That pie looks good I might try that with bacon, mushrooms, broccoli, califlower, carrots, onion, bell peppers and zucchini.

    And I am definately going to make the gingerbread, with or without the pie and eat it warm from the oven with ice cream!!

  13. 5-8
    3:04
    pm

    Do you still have your cooking articles where you have pictures and recipe. I want to be sure I can find your classic cheesecake, home made pop tarts, how to make my own lard. I like being able to go to cooking and look up your recipes. Is there any way I can find your recipes by themselves.

  14. 5-8
    3:47
    pm

    I hope you get everything you are hungry for, Suzanne! I’ve been sitting in the hospital all day with my sister who had surgery yesterday, and I have to tell you that food looks really good!

  15. 5-8
    4:50
    pm

    Suzanne, to insure some home cookin’ maybe a text message or a banner across the bedroom doors? Can’t be too suble……
    Good luck and Happy Mother’s Day!

  16. 5-8
    5:54
    pm

    Barbara, you can go to my cooking archives where I have all my recipes indexed! The cooking archives can be accessed by the little green square button at the top of the sidebar on my cooking blog (HERE!) that says Cooking Archives.

  17. 5-9
    12:09
    am

    For that homemade bread, cut up some chives and mix it in with your butter… excellent! :snoopy:

  18. 5-9
    7:21
    am

    Where do I look to find out who won the last give away?

    Thank you..

  19. 5-9
    3:09
    pm

    :woof:
    Even though I have no human children, I have my Shih-tzu, Maggie, she is unaware that is is not a human person, she “fixed” me a very nice Mother’s Day breakfast, and with the help of her “Daddy Person” she surprised me with a lovely vase of roses.
    Being a Mommy Person is so good!
    JOJO

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