Independence Day, July 4, is so close we can taste the juicy BBQ food already. People in the U.S. often pair their love of food with federal holidays, spending a lot of money to celebrate holidays via their stomach.
San Franciscans seem to bypass tradition and order foods such as garlic naan, burritos, tikka masala and pad thai. Washington, D.C. is all about doing it yourself for the Fourth of July, as its most popular order last year was “craft your own pizza.”
Mother’s Day is approaching fast and we don’t need to remind you that moms are complex and amazing; whether they stay at home, work full time, or freelance, they are hard-working women. Rather than chocolates or a bouquet of flowers that will eventually wither away, why not consider cookbooks? Perhaps finding a cookbook that would complement her strengths could be clever and fun. Maybe she was an art history major in college or is obtaining a second degree in higher ed. Whatever your mom is into, it’s fun to choose a cookbook that aligns with her interests. Below is a list of options geared to a few of moms’ various personalities to help you along.