Friday, April 29, 2011

Mothers' Day Tag Menu

Let's have fun!  Kristen from Frugal Antics of a Frustrated Housewife tagged me to share a Mothers' Day Menu.  When you are done her, stop by her place and check out her menu.  You will find some edible delights.  At the end of my list, I will pass this on to ten other foodies.  If you can't do it, at this time, I will suggest what Kristen suggested, use it for Father's Day, if possible.

Now, what will I serve?

Let's start with Mini Cornbread Puddings



Ricotta Pancakes with Spiced Apples

 Gefilte Fish Puffs

Brown Sugar Baked Salmon













 Desserts

Cherry Baby Bundts

 Apple Strawberry Crisp Delicious, trust me.

Pavlova - I must make this again soon.


  Mile High Chocolate Pie

 I know, I am heavy on dessert but this is my Mothers' Day Brunch.  I love salads even though they are not here.

Now, I turn this over to you.  The recipes must already be on your blogs.  You should list between 5 and 10.

I now tag:

Rita of Sage Cuisine
Louanne's Kitchen - yes Louanne who is last but far from being least - she is a winner.

10 comments:

  1. Ooh, I'm excited to go along! I even know what I'll serve because I've tried several of my posts out on my mother!

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  2. Ooh, thanks for the tag. I'll have to think about it. Good thing there's a bit of time before Mother's Day.

    I LOL'ed at my mention. You must be from downstate. Only a Long Islander would read stick and think bat. ;-) WD would be horrified, though. He often wears a shirt that melds the math geek in him with the aggressive ball player. It reads {pic of crossed lacrosse sticks} > {pic of baseball}. Lacrosse is greater than baseball.

    Your menu looks fantastic. I love Pavlovas and haven't made them in a while, so those are a must make soon. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Thank you Dear, for thinking I could make up a nice menu, etc. But though I love, love, love to find your G/F recipes, I'm not that much into menu making and cooking, myself.

    Never was. And since husband is mostly retired, he does the cooking. Because he always liked to and I did not. Purrrrrrrfect. :-) But yes, I do bake some.

    ~♥~

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  4. Thanks for tagging me! These scones would have to be on the mother's day menu: http://www.healthyeatingforordinarypeople.com/2011/03/baking-with-dorie-honey-nut-scones.html.
    Scones for breakfast are bound to bring a smile to any mom's face!

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  5. Looks like a lovely menu. Everything looks delicious!

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  6. So glad you were able to play along. Your menu sounds wonderful.

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  7. Woo hoo! Thanks for the tag! Glad I have some time to put something together. Hmmmm....

    Your menu looks brilliant! Go ahead and BE heavy on the desserts. That's what holidays are for :)

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  8. Your menu looks lovey, sure I will try to put on this Monday.

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  9. Thank you, Chaya, for your lovely words! Sorry I'm a little late, but I'm excited to play along!

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  10. Sorry I am late; been a busy house the past week. I will get on this as soon as possible. Thank you for the invite.
    Rita

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