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Mother’s Day is coming up on May 13 and you’re probably scrambling to find a decent place to make those Sunday brunch reservations. Pair that with a bouquet of flowers and some jewelry and you’ve done your duty this year once again. But, how about going the extra mile for your mother and putting a little thought into her special day?
Preparing a homemade Mother’s Day brunch will really show Mom how much you care, says Justin Devillier. Devillier is the chef and owner of La Petite Grocery restaurant in New Orleans, and will celebrate this Mother’s Day with wife, Mia, and one year-old daughter, Ruby.
Five Tips for a Special Homemade Mother’s Day Brunch for Mom: Justin Devillier
2. Keep the menu on the light side, especially if you have the option to enjoy the morning in the fresh air outside
3. Prepare fresh juices
4. Shop for quality
5. If you are going to include an adult beverage, make sure it is a complementary selection
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