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Give your mother a treat on Mother’s Day and make her a special breakfast


from everyone else. Even little ones can help set a tray, pick a flower, or choose a fruit juice for a special breakfast in bed.


E Keep the celebrations fresh


and simple - it will make things easier for you to do and easier for her to enjoy. Don’t let Mother’s Day end as soon as you’ve done the breakfast - it’s called ‘Mother’s Day,’ not ‘Mother’s Morning.’


The idea is to give her a break from the normal everyday slog, and to let her know just how much you love her and that you appreciate everything she does. You may also make her realise how lucky she is to have such a nice family!


CHIVE BREAD WITH SMOKED SALMON Ingredients 1 free range egg 50g/1oz fresh chives 4 slices of bread or 2 bagels sliced in half 50g/1oz cream cheese 300g/10oz smoked salmon, finely sliced 1 lemon, quartered, to serve


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ssentially this is Mother’s Day, so she’s the one to get the special treatment


Method 1. Boil the egg in simmering water in a pan for eight minutes, drain and cool under cold running water. 2. Reserve four whole chives for decoration and, with a pair of scissors, finely snip the chives and arrange on a flat plate. 3. Spread the bread/bagel half with the cream cheese, right to the edges. 4. Lay the bread/bagel cheese-side down on the chives, pressing lightly, until each slice is completely covered with a fine layer of chives. It should look like a green carpet. 5. Peel the egg and finely slice in an egg-slicer or a sharp knife. 6. Top the slices of bread with a fold of salmon and a slice of egg. 7. Decorate with a whole chive, and serve with a wedge of lemon.


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