It seems to always sneak up on me! I think Mother’s Day is such a great holiday. I think being a Mother is one of the hardest jobs out there, and it’s so neat to take a day to celebrate Mothers.
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I put together a card for my mom using the easy pre-designed cards, and I just added my photos, and customized it with my own special message to my mom.
I couldn’t decide which one I liked best, so I did two!
It was very easy to customize them with my photos, and write and sign a message inside the card!
I’m excited for her to receive them in the mail for Mother’s Day!
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My mom is a special lady! She is the most un-selfish person I know, always giving up her needs for others. I am sure that was a lot of sacrifice for her having six children, but I never heard her complain!
One of the many things my mom taught me was how to cook! My mom is an amazing cook, and I remember helping her in the kitchen since I was a little girl.
I wanted to share one of our family recipes that my mom taught me to make over the years, and we still eat at family gatherings. My mom is well-known for her wontons, and I want to share with you her steam wonton recipe today!
Combine all filling ingredients in a large bowl, mix well.
Bring water in steamer to a boil. Place 1 tablespoon of meat mixture in the middle of a wonton skin. For steamed wontons, squeeze the edges of the wonton skins towards the top, with some meat still exposed. Place wontons in steamer for about 10-15 minutes or until wonton skins are translucent and meat inside is cooked. Serve with dipping sauce.
1 tbs soy sauce
2 tsp rice vinegar
2 tbs brown sugar
1 clove garlic, minced
2 drops sesame oil
½ tsp fresh ginger, minced
½ tsp green onion, minced
1 ½ tsp water
red pepper flakes (optional)
And, cheers to all you Mother’s lovers out there!
[*Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post by Card Store. All thoughts and opinions are my own]