April 29, 2010
Mom's day off doesn't have to mean burned toast, bland eggs

Mother's Day is nearing, which means it's time to start thinking about how to show mom she's appreciated.

For many families, the celebration involves food, be it a beautiful brunch spread or delectable dinner.

But if you have children who are eager to help, cooking a meal mom actually wants to eat can be challenging.

Patty Mastracco, Raley's recipe developer and food stylist, offered us some simple recipes and tips for families looking to present mom with a memorable breakfast.

Click the document link to get Mastracco's recipes.Raley's Mom's Day Off Recipes.doc

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