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Everyone knows that Moms make the world go round, so be sure to celebrate the Mom in your life with a special brunch or spending quality family time together with crafts or another activity.

Make Mom Grapefruit Popsicles with Edible Flowers

Make Mom Grapefruit Popsicles with Edible Flowers

Edible flowers are a great garnish and look beautiful in this Mother's Day treat!

Blueberry Bread Makes Mother's Day Brunch Vibrant

Blueberry Bread Makes Mother's Day Brunch Vibrant

This sweet breakfast bread tastes just like a giant blueberry muffin.

Make Mom Breakfast in Bed!

Make Mom Breakfast in Bed!

Celebrate Mother's Day with brunch recipes, craft ideas, and ways to spend time together.

Treat Your Mom with Asparagus Quiche for Brunch

Treat Your Mom with Asparagus Quiche for Brunch

Enjoy this colorful quiche recipe for Mother's Day brunch or a wonderful light dinner.

10 Fabulous Mother’s Day Spring Desserts

10 Fabulous Mother’s Day Spring Desserts

Here are 10 spring recipes to help you celebrate Mother's Day.

Brunch on a Budget in Portland

Brunch on a Budget in Portland

Need a spicy brunch on a budget that will impress your guests? Easier than you think.

Make Breakfast Shine with this Abundant Raisin Bread

Make Breakfast Shine with this Abundant Raisin Bread

Wake up with this aromatic bread filled with cinnamon and sweet, plump raisins.

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Home Food Preservation Self-Study Course

Home Food Preservation Self-Study Course

Written collaboratively by Lavonne Meyer and Joan Hegerfeld-Baker. SDSU Extension has created an online course for...

Listeriosis: Risk, Prevention and Recalls

Listeriosis: Risk, Prevention and Recalls

The recent recall of all Blue Bell Creamery products due to a multistate outbreak of Listeriosis demonstrates the importance of maintaining the safety of the food...

Planting Your Garden for Preserving Your Harvest: Part 3

Planting Your Garden for Preserving Your Harvest: Part 3

This article was written collaboratively by Lavonne Meyer and Mary Roduner, former SDSU Extension Consumer Horticulture Field Specialist. No garden would be complete...