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  • 01
    If there's one day your mom totally deserves your love and support, it's Flag Day, but if there's another, it's Mother's Day. And there's no better way to show your love and support than with money your time and effort in the kitchen, so grab a spatula, pop open your laptop, and follow these five simple illustrated steps to an epic frittata, courtesy of A.O.C.'s superstar kitchen-minder:

    Step 1: Beat Off First, beat some eggs and cheese together w/ salt and pepper. Or, get Ike to drop by, and beat some eggs and cheese together w/ salt and pepper.

    Step 2: Get Baked Now, put some bread crumbs in the oven. While you're waiting for them to bake, pretend like your oven mitt is a puppet and put together an elaborate, one-puppet production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Nice work.

    Step 3: Start 'Shrooming Okay, take some butter and melt it until it starts bubbling, then mix it with olive oil, plus your herbs and veggies, and toss in your wild mushrooms, which include chanterelles, hedgehogs, and enough black trumpets to get you Dizzy.

    Step 4: More 'Shrooming! Take out half the mushrooms and pour in the eggs, stirring ever so slightly to mix in the remaining 'shrooms; then, sprinkle the breadcrumbs on top and put the pan in the oven for 12mins.

    Step 5: Flip It Off x2 Finally, let the whole shebang sit for 5mins, then flip it first onto a plate to get it out of the pan, the again onto another plate to get it right side up. Then clean up the kitchen and return to looking for Flag Day gifts for Mom.
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      If there's one day your mom totally deserves your love and support, it's Flag Day, but if there's another, it's Mother's Day. And there's no better way to show your love and support than with money your time and effort in the kitchen, so grab a spatula, pop open your laptop, and follow these five simple illustrated steps to an epic frittata, courtesy of A.O.C.'s superstar kitchen-minder:

      Step 1: Beat Off First, beat some eggs and cheese together w/ salt and pepper. Or, get Ike to drop by, and beat some eggs and cheese together w/ salt and pepper.

      Step 2: Get Baked Now, put some bread crumbs in the oven. While you're waiting for them to bake, pretend like your oven mitt is a puppet and put together an elaborate, one-puppet production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Nice work.

      Step 3: Start 'Shrooming Okay, take some butter and melt it until it starts bubbling, then mix it with olive oil, plus your herbs and veggies, and toss in your wild mushrooms, which include chanterelles, hedgehogs, and enough black trumpets to get you Dizzy.

      Step 4: More 'Shrooming! Take out half the mushrooms and pour in the eggs, stirring ever so slightly to mix in the remaining 'shrooms; then, sprinkle the breadcrumbs on top and put the pan in the oven for 12mins.

      Step 5: Flip It Off x2 Finally, let the whole shebang sit for 5mins, then flip it first onto a plate to get it out of the pan, the again onto another plate to get it right side up. Then clean up the kitchen and return to looking for Flag Day gifts for Mom.
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  • 02
    Finally repay your mom for that 62hr, epidural-free birth she won't stop reminding you about every time you bring a girl home whose name rhymes with Candy (hint: it's Kandy), by making her an amazing brunch this Sunday.

    And because you have no idea how to make her an amazing brunch this Sunday, click on through for the step-by-step breakdown of Baker & Banker's Lori Baker's boozy improvement on French toast, which's so delicious Mom might even be open to meeting your new GF: Mandi.
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      Finally repay your mom for that 62hr, epidural-free birth she won't stop reminding you about every time you bring a girl home whose name rhymes with Candy (hint: it's Kandy), by making her an amazing brunch this Sunday.

      And because you have no idea how to make her an amazing brunch this Sunday, click on through for the step-by-step breakdown of Baker & Banker's Lori Baker's boozy improvement on French toast, which's so delicious Mom might even be open to meeting your new GF: Mandi.
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  • 03
    Because Mother's Day is about feeding Mom something other than endless lies about your life, Tavernita top toque Ryan Poli generously stepped up with an easy-even-for-you brunch recipe sporting more Spanish flair than Madrid's TGI Friday's. Watch him make it in the video above, then follow these four simple steps:

    Potatoes: Give 'em a quick dice, boil 'til tender, cool them off in the fridge, then fry them twice. Resist urge to eat twice-fried potatoes.

    Chorizo: Bring some sausage to the party by dicing and frying the chorizo before mixing it up with the potatoes that you definitely didn't eat.

    Eggs: The perfect egg should be cooked just long enough so that the yolk stays runny but the edges are brown and crispy, a high wire act requiring you have some serious huevos yourself.

    Assembly: Plate the potato/chorizo combo in a large bowl, slide the eggs on top, then bring to the table before breaking the yolks and whites, because Mother's Day is about breaking something other than your mom's heart with terrible, terrible truths.
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      Because Mother's Day is about feeding Mom something other than endless lies about your life, Tavernita top toque Ryan Poli generously stepped up with an easy-even-for-you brunch recipe sporting more Spanish flair than Madrid's TGI Friday's. Watch him make it in the video above, then follow these four simple steps:

      Potatoes: Give 'em a quick dice, boil 'til tender, cool them off in the fridge, then fry them twice. Resist urge to eat twice-fried potatoes.

      Chorizo: Bring some sausage to the party by dicing and frying the chorizo before mixing it up with the potatoes that you definitely didn't eat.

      Eggs: The perfect egg should be cooked just long enough so that the yolk stays runny but the edges are brown and crispy, a high wire act requiring you have some serious huevos yourself.

      Assembly: Plate the potato/chorizo combo in a large bowl, slide the eggs on top, then bring to the table before breaking the yolks and whites, because Mother's Day is about breaking something other than your mom's heart with terrible, terrible truths.
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  • 04
    In order to save momma from having your "famous" two cereals in one bowl again this year, we asked chef Joseph Margate of Clink to help walk us through one of his favorite Mexican brunch recipes. Now make Mom less embarrassed of you by following these simple step-by-step instructions:

    Step 1: Prep the Ingredients As the key to any successful cooking endeavor lies in the prep school you attended, so here's hoping it's not, ugh, Exeter, don't forget to de-case your chorizo and allow your tortillas to age at least one day before cutting into strips.

    Step 2: Saute the Chorizo and Tortillas Much like what nearly deaf old men in Miami tell their wives, turn up the heat (to medium high) and brown the chorizo until almost done -- then toss in the diced-up tortilla strips and watch them wilt, like the Heat hopefully will have by the time you read this.

    Step 3: Pile It On Bring on the veggies by throwing in the scallions, cilantro, and neutered jalapenos (remember, seeds burn!) before beating & blending in the eggs, stirring until they set.

    Step 4: Don't You Dare Forget To Garnish Ensure your chilaquiles look as pretty as Mom did before she had you, got older, and started exclusively shopping at Chico's, by finishing them with a light coating of crumbled queso fresco and chopped cilantro, which tend to go together famously.
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      In order to save momma from having your "famous" two cereals in one bowl again this year, we asked chef Joseph Margate of Clink to help walk us through one of his favorite Mexican brunch recipes. Now make Mom less embarrassed of you by following these simple step-by-step instructions:

      Step 1: Prep the Ingredients As the key to any successful cooking endeavor lies in the prep school you attended, so here's hoping it's not, ugh, Exeter, don't forget to de-case your chorizo and allow your tortillas to age at least one day before cutting into strips.

      Step 2: Saute the Chorizo and Tortillas Much like what nearly deaf old men in Miami tell their wives, turn up the heat (to medium high) and brown the chorizo until almost done -- then toss in the diced-up tortilla strips and watch them wilt, like the Heat hopefully will have by the time you read this.

      Step 3: Pile It On Bring on the veggies by throwing in the scallions, cilantro, and neutered jalapenos (remember, seeds burn!) before beating & blending in the eggs, stirring until they set.

      Step 4: Don't You Dare Forget To Garnish Ensure your chilaquiles look as pretty as Mom did before she had you, got older, and started exclusively shopping at Chico's, by finishing them with a light coating of crumbled queso fresco and chopped cilantro, which tend to go together famously.
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  • 05
    Not that mom didn't totally love your patented breakfast treats last year (what, carving her initials into a Luna Bar isn't sweet?! Chicks love those things, it says so on the label!), but this Mother's Day, whip her up this mind-blowingly delicious "Carbonara" Eggs Benedict from Eating House chef and Chopped champ Giorgio Rapicavoli. Best of all Giorgio's hollandaise-free, cheese-heavy version is bafflingly easy, sort of like your mom. Kidding! She's a queen. A drag queen! Kidding again! Whatever, just peep this easy-to-follow photo guide and make it.
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      Not that mom didn't totally love your patented breakfast treats last year (what, carving her initials into a Luna Bar isn't sweet?! Chicks love those things, it says so on the label!), but this Mother's Day, whip her up this mind-blowingly delicious "Carbonara" Eggs Benedict from Eating House chef and Chopped champ Giorgio Rapicavoli. Best of all Giorgio's hollandaise-free, cheese-heavy version is bafflingly easy, sort of like your mom. Kidding! She's a queen. A drag queen! Kidding again! Whatever, just peep this easy-to-follow photo guide and make it.
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  • 06
    Because apparently moms don't like getting ties every year either, use this excellent recipe from Ocean Prime's regional executive chef Michael Denton to impress her with an amazing brunch this Sunday.

    The Filling: Make blueberry sauce, then put some of it in a filling comprised of honey and cream cheese, also what they called the dude from The Wire when they found out he was in Wu-Tang.

    The Toasting: Whip up cinnamon/ nutmeg batter, spread filling on slices of brioche, and stick 'em to ones without the spread. Then, brown & bake both sides after they get dipped in the batter. (Note: do NOT use Prince Fielder for this. He will eat everything.)

    The Bacon-ing: You're caramelizing that pig candy by putting it in a 350-degree oven once you've tossed it in brown sugar, creating a sweet/ salty flavor you hope mom Taye Diggs.

    The Plating: Garnish that ish with remaining blueberries & whipped cream, give each serving three bacon slices, dust it all with powdered sugar, then serve it with warm maple syrup in a small sauce boat, all of which will make up for you not getting her a cruise on the Ocean Prime.
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      Because apparently moms don't like getting ties every year either, use this excellent recipe from Ocean Prime's regional executive chef Michael Denton to impress her with an amazing brunch this Sunday.

      The Filling: Make blueberry sauce, then put some of it in a filling comprised of honey and cream cheese, also what they called the dude from The Wire when they found out he was in Wu-Tang.

      The Toasting: Whip up cinnamon/ nutmeg batter, spread filling on slices of brioche, and stick 'em to ones without the spread. Then, brown & bake both sides after they get dipped in the batter. (Note: do NOT use Prince Fielder for this. He will eat everything.)

      The Bacon-ing: You're caramelizing that pig candy by putting it in a 350-degree oven once you've tossed it in brown sugar, creating a sweet/ salty flavor you hope mom Taye Diggs.

      The Plating: Garnish that ish with remaining blueberries & whipped cream, give each serving three bacon slices, dust it all with powdered sugar, then serve it with warm maple syrup in a small sauce boat, all of which will make up for you not getting her a cruise on the Ocean Prime.
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  • 07
    Because it's that time of year when everybody shows your mom some love their mom some love, show yours how much she means to you by making her brunch.

    And to help, Chef Regis Jansen from REX1516 came up with a bangin' combo of sweet potato biscuits & chorizo gravy that you can put together by following the illustrated step-by-step guide below, helping to make your mom super satisfied, before everyone else does.
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      Because it's that time of year when everybody shows your mom some love their mom some love, show yours how much she means to you by making her brunch.

      And to help, Chef Regis Jansen from REX1516 came up with a bangin' combo of sweet potato biscuits & chorizo gravy that you can put together by following the illustrated step-by-step guide below, helping to make your mom super satisfied, before everyone else does.
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  • 08
    The problem with taking Mom out to brunch is that some of her attention might be lavished on people other than yourself, like waiters, or possibly your dad if he decides to crash the party. So instead cook her up this shockingly low-effort recipe for Crab, Asparagus & Gruyere Quiche provided by Dragonfly at ZaZa chef Dan Landsberg.

    "But quiche sounds difficult" you say, in a voice you probably don't want your dad hearing. Also, you're wrong, because quiche basically involves throwing some delicious stuff in a pie crust. Check out this photo guide to see just what a no-brainer this dish really is.
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      The problem with taking Mom out to brunch is that some of her attention might be lavished on people other than yourself, like waiters, or possibly your dad if he decides to crash the party. So instead cook her up this shockingly low-effort recipe for Crab, Asparagus & Gruyere Quiche provided by Dragonfly at ZaZa chef Dan Landsberg.

      "But quiche sounds difficult" you say, in a voice you probably don't want your dad hearing. Also, you're wrong, because quiche basically involves throwing some delicious stuff in a pie crust. Check out this photo guide to see just what a no-brainer this dish really is.
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  • 09
    From raising you, to not-razing you, Mom's been a saint. Repay her on Sunday by cooking up this jelly n' biscuits riff from nationally acclaimed pastryman & Bayou Bakery front-dude David Guas, whose delicious recipe is broken down below into just two easy steps, which is exactly two more than you'll be able to take from the table after joining in.

    Step 1: Red Pepper Jelly Throw your jalapenos, red peppers, onions, and vinegar in a food processor, then slide the processed product into a pot with sugar over medium heat, whisking in your sugar-pectin mixture after about 5mins. After about 5 more, scrape off the orange foam, then test the jelly to be sure it's "semi-stiff". If so, remove and layer it on top of your cream cheese; if not, have it watch an episode of Le Femme Nikita on USA.

    Step 2: Proper Southern Biscuits Knead flour/ baking powder/ salt/ butter in large bowl, then add buttermilk. Roll out the dough to an inch thick, then punch out as many biscuits as possible, and bake 'em on parchment paper until golden brown (20-25mins). When they're done, brush those suckers with melted butter, and you're ready to serve biscuits so fluffy and sweet, they'll rival her feelings for you.
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      From raising you, to not-razing you, Mom's been a saint. Repay her on Sunday by cooking up this jelly n' biscuits riff from nationally acclaimed pastryman & Bayou Bakery front-dude David Guas, whose delicious recipe is broken down below into just two easy steps, which is exactly two more than you'll be able to take from the table after joining in.

      Step 1: Red Pepper Jelly Throw your jalapenos, red peppers, onions, and vinegar in a food processor, then slide the processed product into a pot with sugar over medium heat, whisking in your sugar-pectin mixture after about 5mins. After about 5 more, scrape off the orange foam, then test the jelly to be sure it's "semi-stiff". If so, remove and layer it on top of your cream cheese; if not, have it watch an episode of Le Femme Nikita on USA.

      Step 2: Proper Southern Biscuits Knead flour/ baking powder/ salt/ butter in large bowl, then add buttermilk. Roll out the dough to an inch thick, then punch out as many biscuits as possible, and bake 'em on parchment paper until golden brown (20-25mins). When they're done, brush those suckers with melted butter, and you're ready to serve biscuits so fluffy and sweet, they'll rival her feelings for you.
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  • 10
    From doing your laundry every weekend since you were zero to rightfully judging you for dating an adult movie theater "hostess", your mom has done a lot. So this Sunday, reward her for unselfishly giving you life by making her Mother's Day brunch.

    And because we don't expect you to know how to do that, just hit the link at the bottom for a photo-style breakdown of chef William Belickis making his Brioche French Toast w/ rhubarb butter, and don't worry about spilling anything on yourself -- Mom can get that out, no problem.
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      From doing your laundry every weekend since you were zero to rightfully judging you for dating an adult movie theater "hostess", your mom has done a lot. So this Sunday, reward her for unselfishly giving you life by making her Mother's Day brunch.

      And because we don't expect you to know how to do that, just hit the link at the bottom for a photo-style breakdown of chef William Belickis making his Brioche French Toast w/ rhubarb butter, and don't worry about spilling anything on yourself -- Mom can get that out, no problem.
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  • 11
    Mom spent years ironing for you, so spend one morning ironing for her with this waffle recipe from the executive chef behind Asti & FINO, which despite being easy to make is so impressive she'll forgive you for forcing her to abandon her dreams of being a Solid Gold dancer.

    Because a picture says a thousand words, we put together photos detailing the simple step-by-step process, even though just writing everything out would take way less than a thousand words. Check this out, then prepare to once again be the most important man in her life.
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      Mom spent years ironing for you, so spend one morning ironing for her with this waffle recipe from the executive chef behind Asti & FINO, which despite being easy to make is so impressive she'll forgive you for forcing her to abandon her dreams of being a Solid Gold dancer.

      Because a picture says a thousand words, we put together photos detailing the simple step-by-step process, even though just writing everything out would take way less than a thousand words. Check this out, then prepare to once again be the most important man in her life.
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  • 12
    It's impossible to repay everything your mom has done for you (have you seen the rent prices on wombs these days?!), but making her brunch this Sunday would be a good start.

    So click on through for a step-by-step photo-breakdown of how to make ChoLon's chef Lon Symensma's decadent Eastern treat, then let the freeloading continue Monday morn'.
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      It's impossible to repay everything your mom has done for you (have you seen the rent prices on wombs these days?!), but making her brunch this Sunday would be a good start.

      So click on through for a step-by-step photo-breakdown of how to make ChoLon's chef Lon Symensma's decadent Eastern treat, then let the freeloading continue Monday morn'.
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  • 13
    Your sweet, sweet mother has spent most of her life trying to get you to eat your veggies, so it's about time you turned the tables, but in a delicious way that won't force you to ground her and suspend phone privileges. And to make sure you don't ruin everything, we tapped Burlap's Anthony Sinsay to break down exactly how to make a mix & match, Asian-cowboy worthy dish customizable to your momma's tastes.

    Step 1: Hunt & Gather Take Mom on a date to Ralph's the farmer's market and let her tell you which in-season veggies she enjoys, and no that wasn't a Jamie Moyer reference.

    Step 2: Draw a Bath Before you get all Emeril Live, spoon Greek yogurt into a mason jar, seal it, then bake at 325 for two episodes of Smash (120mins). After it has sweetened from the heat, blend until smooth and let chill, much like you just did during those strenuous first two hours of “cooking”.

    Step 3: Fry Now that the sauce is all ready for saucing, throw a dash of olive oil in a pan and saute all veggies and some prosciutto over high heat, while boiling up chow mein noodles on the side (NOT PICTURED). Crisp remaining prosciutto in a separate pan just like it's bacon... which it kind of is.

    Step 4: Dress It Up Spoon in enough of the dressing to coat the veggies then add a small splash of water to thin things out before stirring in the cooked chow mein noodles.

    Step 5: Toss & Plate Fold noodles, veggies, and sauce before removing the dish from the heat, like LeBron occasionally does, when he no longer feels like passing.

    Step 6: Finish Him! Top with crispy prosciutto, remaining sauce, and just a touch of Pecorino Romano, then gently remind your mom that there will be no Xbox until her whole plate is clean.
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      Your sweet, sweet mother has spent most of her life trying to get you to eat your veggies, so it's about time you turned the tables, but in a delicious way that won't force you to ground her and suspend phone privileges. And to make sure you don't ruin everything, we tapped Burlap's Anthony Sinsay to break down exactly how to make a mix & match, Asian-cowboy worthy dish customizable to your momma's tastes.

      Step 1: Hunt & Gather Take Mom on a date to Ralph's the farmer's market and let her tell you which in-season veggies she enjoys, and no that wasn't a Jamie Moyer reference.

      Step 2: Draw a Bath Before you get all Emeril Live, spoon Greek yogurt into a mason jar, seal it, then bake at 325 for two episodes of Smash (120mins). After it has sweetened from the heat, blend until smooth and let chill, much like you just did during those strenuous first two hours of “cooking”.

      Step 3: Fry Now that the sauce is all ready for saucing, throw a dash of olive oil in a pan and saute all veggies and some prosciutto over high heat, while boiling up chow mein noodles on the side (NOT PICTURED). Crisp remaining prosciutto in a separate pan just like it's bacon... which it kind of is.

      Step 4: Dress It Up Spoon in enough of the dressing to coat the veggies then add a small splash of water to thin things out before stirring in the cooked chow mein noodles.

      Step 5: Toss & Plate Fold noodles, veggies, and sauce before removing the dish from the heat, like LeBron occasionally does, when he no longer feels like passing.

      Step 6: Finish Him! Top with crispy prosciutto, remaining sauce, and just a touch of Pecorino Romano, then gently remind your mom that there will be no Xbox until her whole plate is clean.
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  • 14
    The most important wisdom imparted upon us by one Mr. T is that no matter how foolish one behaves, said fool should be treated with empathy. The second most important, though, is that you gotta treat yo mother right. To help you start Mother's Day the T way, we got Southpark's Broc Willis to walk you through a delicious Smoked Salmon Tart that'll make her overlook the fact that you didn't get her an array of incredibly large and gaudy gold chains. Whisk Away: Assuming you're using pre-made tart shells, pre-heat those puppies. Meanwhile, whisk together your eggs, spices, and creme fraiche, making sure they're blended well to avoid massive pockets of creme (note: also accomplished by not wearing JNCOs, and putting creme in your pockets). Fill 'er Up: Remove the shells when they're golden brown, then pour that smooth egg mixture in. Toss 'em in the oven for 10mins, then rotate and bake for about 10 more until the mixture no longer jiggles when you shake the pan. Get Fishy: Once the tarts pop out, wonder why you didn't just make her Pop Tarts, add a generous pile of smoked salmon, slap on a dollop of creme fraiche, and sprinkle with chives. Serve it to Mom and tell her she looks nice, because it's her day, fool. Treat her right.
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      The most important wisdom imparted upon us by one Mr. T is that no matter how foolish one behaves, said fool should be treated with empathy. The second most important, though, is that you gotta treat yo mother right. To help you start Mother's Day the T way, we got Southpark's Broc Willis to walk you through a delicious Smoked Salmon Tart that'll make her overlook the fact that you didn't get her an array of incredibly large and gaudy gold chains. Whisk Away: Assuming you're using pre-made tart shells, pre-heat those puppies. Meanwhile, whisk together your eggs, spices, and creme fraiche, making sure they're blended well to avoid massive pockets of creme (note: also accomplished by not wearing JNCOs, and putting creme in your pockets). Fill 'er Up: Remove the shells when they're golden brown, then pour that smooth egg mixture in. Toss 'em in the oven for 10mins, then rotate and bake for about 10 more until the mixture no longer jiggles when you shake the pan. Get Fishy: Once the tarts pop out, wonder why you didn't just make her Pop Tarts, add a generous pile of smoked salmon, slap on a dollop of creme fraiche, and sprinkle with chives. Serve it to Mom and tell her she looks nice, because it's her day, fool. Treat her right.
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  • 15
    Got an hour, an oven, and a Mom? Whoa, whoa -- stop bragging there, high-roller, and prepare to make this killer, three-step rhubarb crumb cake from The Man, The Myth, The Guy Who's Taking a Break from Eating Grubs to Help You Win Back Mom's Love: Andrew Zimmern.

    1: Prep Some 'Barb Melt butter in a large pan on medium-high, then add sugar, lemon juice, and 1.5lbs of chopped rhubarb. Sauté until you've cooked off the "jammy" liquid, question what exactly "jammy" means, and spill onto a plate to cool.

    2: Streusel-fy Streusel's apparently easier to make than spell: just pour flour, brown sugar, butter, and crushed toasted almonds & pecans into a bowl, then combine with your fingertips and set aside.

    3: Bake A Cake Butter and flour a 9-inch brownie pan and preheat the oven to 350. Create a batter consisting of buttermilk and a bunch of other stuff you can read about by clicking below, then fold in the rhubarb, place it all in the brownie pan and spread your streusel on top. Bake for 45mins, or until "a toothpick withdraws cleanly from the cake", homemaker Excalibur-style, and you've brought this beauty to life. Commence bragging.
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      Got an hour, an oven, and a Mom? Whoa, whoa -- stop bragging there, high-roller, and prepare to make this killer, three-step rhubarb crumb cake from The Man, The Myth, The Guy Who's Taking a Break from Eating Grubs to Help You Win Back Mom's Love: Andrew Zimmern.

      1: Prep Some 'Barb Melt butter in a large pan on medium-high, then add sugar, lemon juice, and 1.5lbs of chopped rhubarb. Sauté until you've cooked off the "jammy" liquid, question what exactly "jammy" means, and spill onto a plate to cool.

      2: Streusel-fy Streusel's apparently easier to make than spell: just pour flour, brown sugar, butter, and crushed toasted almonds & pecans into a bowl, then combine with your fingertips and set aside.

      3: Bake A Cake Butter and flour a 9-inch brownie pan and preheat the oven to 350. Create a batter consisting of buttermilk and a bunch of other stuff you can read about by clicking below, then fold in the rhubarb, place it all in the brownie pan and spread your streusel on top. Bake for 45mins, or until "a toothpick withdraws cleanly from the cake", homemaker Excalibur-style, and you've brought this beauty to life. Commence bragging.
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  • 16
    Just because the most successful macaroni you've made for your ma to date was covered in glitter and tasted like crap doesn't mean you can't step up to the plate on Mother's Day and whip up a delicious brunch. Don't believe us? Well then believe chef David Burke, because he has many restaurants, and presumably at least one mother. Even if you're a Chef de Lean Cuisine, you can follow the super easy, step-by-step process we captured on camera to earn a big hug from ma, which at her age definitely shouldn't cover you with glitter.
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      Just because the most successful macaroni you've made for your ma to date was covered in glitter and tasted like crap doesn't mean you can't step up to the plate on Mother's Day and whip up a delicious brunch. Don't believe us? Well then believe chef David Burke, because he has many restaurants, and presumably at least one mother. Even if you're a Chef de Lean Cuisine, you can follow the super easy, step-by-step process we captured on camera to earn a big hug from ma, which at her age definitely shouldn't cover you with glitter.
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  1. Frittata w/ 'Shrooms, Manchego & Toasted Breadcrumbs
  2. French Toast Bread Pudding with Bourbon Banana Syrup
  3. Huevos Estrellados
  4. Chorizo Chilaquiles
  5. Carbonara Eggs Benedict
  6. Blueberry-Stuffed French Toast
  7. Sweet Potato-Rosemary Biscuits And Chorizo Gravy
  8. Crab, Asparagus & Gruyere Quiche
  9. Proper Southern Biscuits with Pepper Jelly & Cream Cheese
  10. Mistral's Brioche French Toast
  11. Goodnight Waffles
  12. Kaya Toast with Coconut Jam and Poached Egg
  13. Farmer's Market Pasta Salad
  14. Smoked Salmon Tart
  15. Andrew Zimmern's Rhubarb Crumb Cake
  16. David Burke's Lobster Scramble