Must-Read: Mother’s Day Gift Ideas
We spend an awful lot of time on this site trying to help your chances when it comes to ladies of a certain persuasion, age, and hotness. But one thing that we tend to forget about — because, frankly, it could be seen as terribly gross and not appropriate for really any site at all — is that there’s a very special lady we also need to be appreciative of. And that’s good old mom. And with Mother’s Day coming up, there’s no better chance to show her how much you love her than with a fine gift.
And so today we’re heading over to AskMen.com where they have a list of the top 10 gifts that you can send over to your mom for Mother’s Day. This is an important thing, everyone. So, among the suggestions they offer for the mom who really likes to cook:
1. Jerusalem: A Cookbook
For the mom who enjoys tasting new things, the Jerusalem cookbook (from renowned authors Ottolenghi and Tamimi) is a colorful compilation of 120 recipes from Israel’s cultural hub.
2. Gin & Tonic Bath Salts
These made-in-England bath salts will be a great incentive for your mom to unwind in the evening — plus, it doesn’t hurt that they’re Gin and Tonic inspired.
3. Lino Cappuccino Cups
This set of white porcelain cappuccino cups will become her favorite from which to drink her morning brew.
4. Jean Dubois Cheese Knives
If she loves good cheese (who doesn’t?), a colorful wooden-handled set of cheese knives will only extended her appreciation from just the cheese to the presentation, too.
5. Peugeot Salt & Pepper Shakers
Peugeot is known for making cars and bicycles, but they also make darn nice salt and pepper shakers.
6. Nespresso Espresso Maker w/ Aeroccino Milk Frother
This countertop duo will turn her cafe-coffee habits into and in-home luxury experience.
Not a bad selection. (You’ll have to do the Googling and Amazoning yourself, unfortunately.) But also if your mom isn’t one of those who enjoys cooking, well, then
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.