The Ultimate Mother’s Day Recipes

  • 05.04.19

Mother’s Day is next Sunday and it is a wonderful day to show your mom, mother-in-law,  step mom, grandmothers and all the wonderful women in your life that are a mom to you, how much you appreciate them.

While this can be done any day in the year, this Sunday go all out and show them how much they mean to you.

Planning a home cooked brunch or lunch?  I have assembled a few recipe to help you celebrate her special day. Most of all keep it simple and have fun with it.

Bon Appetit and Happy Mother’s Day1



Pomegranate Martini:

The wonderful thing about this cocktail is that you can make it with no alcohol or you can replace the vodka with Champagne. Either way a sweet and refreshing way to start the day.

Goat Cheese and Sun Dried Tomatoes Canapes:

I always enjoy a few nibble to go alongside drinks and those light and fun canapes are perfect. You can either serve them over cucumbers or endives as per the above picture or just slightly toasted baguette.

Halibut in Soy, Honey, Ginger Marinate:

Latest recipe and a must try. Tender halibut marinate in honey, soy fresh ginger. Packed with flavor. You can marinate and part cook the halibut the night before, refrigerate it over night and bake it the day of Mother’s day. Delicious either way

paf Thai soupe with shrimps and vegetables

Pad Thai Soup with Shrimps and vegetables

Your mom loves to travel and enjoy different foods? Then look no further than this full of flavor and done in 20 minutes Pad Thai Soup with Shrimps and Vegetables. She will think you slaved hours over the stove.

Scallops with Garlic with Swiss Chard

Very light, full of flavor dish that is all in one, protein and vegetables. Ready in 20 minutes, and with a secret ingredient that makes everything taste better: bacon.

New York Steaks with Mustard and Mushrooms

New York Steaks with Mustard and Mushrooms

Those gorgeous New York Steaks with Mustard and Mushrooms are a creative combination between two of my favorite recipes, pork steaks with mustard  and pepper steak.

Butter lettuce with Shallots Vinaigrette

A simple sauce created by blending vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper.  Of course you can add to it shallots, fines herbs such as thyme, tarragon, chives or cooked eggs. You can also replace the vinegar with fresh lemon juice. A perfect ending to any meals

Tian of Vegetables

This is a very simple and yet full of flavor, favorite French dish. This is how I present it or the vegetables that I prefer. However,  you can add thinly sliced potatoes, eggplant as well.

Strawberry Apple Pie

There is always room for a pie and why not make it home made.

Deep Chocolate Pound Cake

My favorite chocolate pound cake with half the butter and with honey for a taste out of this world.

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