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Old 05-05-2009, 07:46 PM   #11
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What a great idea, and as said above, she will really appreciate it if she doesn't apy for it later:) I guess the menu really depends on her likes/dislikes. For me it would just be coffee because I can't eat right after I wake up. The casserole is a great idea because you can add all of her favorites, and then get creative with the side/dessert. Hope she enjoys!

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Old 05-05-2009, 08:10 PM   #12
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I would definitely pick and choose based on what your wife likes. My hubby knows me well enough to know that I would reeeeealllllllyyyy love one of two things:

A. Eggs Benedict with a side of fruit (melon, strawberries, whatever else looks fresh at the grocery store). Cook my eggs runny and give me plenty of hollandaise--special day .

B. Western Omelet with a side of old-fashioned toast (put the pats of "real" butter on the bread and then broil it). I will eat toaster toast, but I love the old-fashioned toast from the broiler--special day .

Just think about what she would make for herself is she wasn't faced with pleasing everyone else. And......you must be a pretty good hubby because you are thinking about and planning a nice Mother's Day before the night before .

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