They teach our children left from right, fractions from percentages, similes from metaphors. They teach them how to speak in an “inside voice” and to raise their hands instead of shouting out the answers. And if you’ve got little ones, they might even be teaching them how to use the potty. So how do you say “thank you, thank you, thank you!!” to your children’s teachers?
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By Cheryl McEvoy, NFCA Director of Communications & New Media
Food-filled gift baskets are typically considered a “safe” option for holiday giving. Everyone likes food, right? Well, when your recipient has celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, those gift baskets aren’t once size fits all.
Looking for a great Mother’s Day gift? This Asian-inspired gift “basket” is perfect for gourmet moms, or any mom who likes to cook.
Purchase a wok (or large, heavy-bottomed skillet) to use as a basket. Fill it with elegant chop sticks, wooden stir-fry utensils, curry and five spice mixes, packaged udon noodles, rice vinegar, coconut milk, fish sauce, roasted red chili paste and sesame oil.
Print my recipe for Salmon and Veggie Stir-Fry on a card and tuck it in the wok, then tie a bow around the handles with colorful ribbon.
Or, just invite Mom over for dinner and make this quick, easy and delicious meal she’s sure to love!
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