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For brunch, what could be easier than a versatile frittata?

We’ve romanticized brunch to the point that in certain cities, we will wait in a two-hour line to eat waffles with a side of French fries. But if you’ve served brunch at home, you know that a two-hour line can be a picnic compared to the stress of getting a full meal on a decorated table before noon.

Toss veggies into hummus, roast them and enjoy a tasty crust

I remember being told in marketing class back in graduate school that the fastest growing food category in America was hummus. Hummus, our professor insisted to us disbelieving students, would soon be ubiquitous. I should have heeded his advice and leveraged that bit of 1991 foresight in some way.

KitchenWise: A Mother’s Day treat: Mini Mocha Baked Alaskas

Let’s say you dream of wanting to make a very special dessert for mom on Mother’s Day but don’t really have the time or the expertise. Here’s a cheating version of Baked Alaska. Sure it’s antique ‚Äî is there any other two-word phrase in English as capable of teleporting us in an instant to the dining room of a cruise ship in the 1950s? ‚Äî but it’s also delicious.

Tell Mom you love her with a fondue that mixes 2 chocolates

If you are a mother: Happy Mother’s Day! Please tear out this page (or print, or forward, depending on how woman-on-the-go you are) and put it somewhere your family will find it. Now, stop reading or you’ll ruin the surprise.

If you are a kid, father, or person who loves a mom: it’s almost Mother’s Day. Do you have a plan? Keep reading, because you do now.