From the editors' mothers' kitchens
No time to ship, no problem
Blooms and bits and bobs from around the house
The best part? Neither country actually invented it.
From Ithaca to Latrobe to Atlantic City to the great beyond
Grace Cowan was cooking pork belly years (and years and years) before it was cool.
We got them from our mamas
Kiddie art, made wall-worthy
Not to be confused with food babies
Plus a reminder that lots of people could use a hug on May 8th
By showing us (not)recipes your mother taught you
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Give Mom the day off. Let her sleep in, then bring one (or all!) of these dishes to her while she's still in bed—and don't forget the coffee!
What better way to celebrate Mom this weekend than by cooking her recipes (then serving them to her)?
Emily Love's mom wasn't much of a cook, but that didn't stop her from contributing to the Christmas cookie platter.
Chef Lisa remembers some of her mother's most memorable kitchen creations—including a baked purse and pepper jelly.
There's nothing like savoring a day's work together.
LE BEC FIN updates her mother's recipe for applesauce cake.
She made it with homemade noodles. Luckily, you don't have to.
In honor of Mother's Day, the Food52 team members are sharing some of their favorite recipes from their moms.
All the Mothers Day Instagrams you can take, without any of the Hallmark taglines!
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