That means that Faith gets it!
Good pick, Faith! The Quinoa Nicoise also caught my eye, so perhaps that will be the next dish on my menu, too.
Best of all, Dreena has now released the recipe for those Pan Fried Falafel that so many of you were drooling over, so you can get a good taste of what this cookbook is all about! A word of warning though: You may find it impossible to resist avoiding the book after making these delicious patties. Trust me, they taste even better than they look.
Time has gotten away from me yet again, and although I have humble plans in place to celebrate my mother on Sunday, I’m still dreaming of a full brunch menu that would spoil her rotten. She really does deserve as much, and more, for putting up with my antics. I have a feeling you might have a mother like that in your life, too. On the off-chance that you haven’t yet locked in your game plan and don’t know what to serve, here’s a suggestion of my ideal Mother’s Day brunch menu…
Make sure these have at least a splash of good vodka when you make them. You know, for mom. Of course.
It’s still a bit early in the season for fresh fava beans, depending on your location, so consider subbing in green peas or shelled edamame instead.
Make these ahead of time, so you can simply pop them in the oven briefly to warm before serving.
Without graham crackers, this ice cream is one of the easiest that I know, so feel free to just get to the good stuff and serve it in scoops. Just don’t forget the Pomegranate Caramel Sauce to dress things up a bit!
Happy Mother’s Day, to everyone that is a mom or has a mom!