Delicious Mother’s Day Meals for Hungry Moms
Feed Hungry Moms with these Interesting ideas for Mother’s Day Ideas
- What’s better than a heart-shaped gift to express your love to your mother on this special day? Have a backyard picnic and enjoy the great Talia pizzas to celebrate the special with your beloved mom!
Straight from the pizzeria in Naples, Italy, come these delicious small pizzas, that are ready to bake and come frozen in dry ice.
Talia pizzas are comparable to freshly made pizzas in restaurants because all pizzas are flash-frozen and put to “sleep” using a state-of-the-art, patented cryogenic chamber within seconds of coming out of the oven and can “wake up” flavorful in your home.
Talia di Napoli pizzas are very tasty, with just the right amount of fine mozzarella from Naples and that tomato sauce made from San Marzano tomatoes that are like nothing else!
The company cites several things that make their pizzas special: native water from Naples, Provola Affumicata raw milk cheese and local mozzarella.
You can get these in frozen packs of six or eight pizzas, and they even have a heart-shaped version for the pizza loving mom in your life.
Talia di Napoli $119
The best Indian food uses fresh ingredients and spices. People will take notice when you use these organic, authentic spices. They are sourced directly from farmers known and trusted in India and Sri Lanka.
Spices include asafoetida (hing), cardamom, cinnamon, coriander, kala namak, mace and turmeric to authentic Indian spice blends like Chaat and Chai Masala, Curry Powder, Garam Masala, Tandoori, Tikka Masala, Vindaloo. They come in reusable and sealable foil containers.
Do your fingers ever get cut when you’re grating cheese? Solve this problem with this clever device, that guards your tender fingers against the sharp edges of the grater.
Tub and Sink Shroom Keeps Hair from Clogging Drains
Unlike regular plugs that go over the drain, TubShroom and SinkShroom fit inside, neatly collecting hair around it.
When it’s time to clean up, simply wipe TubShroom and SinkShroom off and go! no harsh chemicals and no more tangled messes. These bathtub drain strainer and bathroom sink snare fit standard drains and are guaranteed to catch every hair, every time. Comes in gray or in chrome versions to match virtually any bathroom decor.
Fits any standard 1.5 inches to 1.75-inch tub drain or 1 inch to 1.25-inch bathroom sink drain, note: not for shower stall drains.
Porto Bakery: Delicious Meat Pies and Stuffed Potato Balls You Bake at Home
Porto’s signature potato puree filled with mozzarella, parmesan, asiago, ricotta, roasted serrano, poblano, red and yellow bell peppers, and sauteed onion. With a crispy panko crust.
These bake up in 30 minutes to a golden brown gooey goodness, you’ll love them as much as we did!
Porto’s Bakery and Cafe $16.99 for 12
Kitchenstickin is an Easy Way to Label Your Food in the Pantry
Using a simple roll of painter’s tape, the KitchenStickin just makes a whole lot of sense.
The Kitchen Stickin’™ Tape Dispenser
• Know what’s in your refrigerator at a glance
• Quick & easy labels, no expensive label maker required
• Seal bags & boxes in your pantry, fridge, freezer
• No more chip clips junking up your drawers
• Tape up pictures, papers, artwork
• Mounts damage-free on refrigerators, walls, even inside cabinets
Made with 4 Japanese-precision sensors, this digital kitchen scale will give you accurate weight every single time. Don’t settle for other scales with low-quality materials. This uses food grade 304 stainless steel, while others are made from plastic.
This scale comes with auto-tare and instant unit conversion for 5 different units, (OZ, LB, FL, G, mL). It has a feather-light build, a gorgeous backlit LCD display, and anti-fingerprint technology. Plus, it turns off automatically after 2 minutes in case you leave it on.
Vont Kitchen Scale $10.99
Me’s Way Vietnamese Chili Sauce Adds Kick
Mẹ’s Way is a Vietnamese-style chili sauce founded by Chau Tonnu, a first-generation Vietnamese American immigrant. She came to the U.S at the age of seventeen along with her family and holds many precious memories of Vietnam, from eating street foods with friends to biking to school.
These memories of her formative years and her experiences as an adult living in the U.S led to her sharing a piece of her culture through food.