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Mixing Bowl: Mother’s Day Recipes, Vegetarian Gefilte

Have you called your mom lately? Give her a ring and then get in the kitchen with these Mother’s Day brunch ideas. Smoked salmon breakfast latkes, anyone? [Nosher/MyJewishLearning]

Have the kids try their hand at challah, soft pretzels or maple meringue doughnuts with these family-friendly baking projects. [Food52]

Does your mom like a good pint more than a glass of bubbly? Try these pairings for a Mother’s Day beer brunch. [Serious Eats]

In Israel — or Sweden — a Coke just might have your name on it. [Tablet]

In the kitchen with the mashgiach at The J, the upscale New York glatt kosher spot formerly known as Jezebel. [The New York Times]

Rukhl Schaechter and Eve Jochnowitz tackle vegetarian gefilte fish in the latest episode of their cooking show, “Eat in Good Health!” (In Yiddish with English subtitles) [Yiddish Forverts]

The weather’s warming up, at least on the East Coast. Celebrate with five dairy-free, warm-weather desserts. [The Kitchn]

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