The History of Mother’s Day in the United States

Each year, people all over the world set aside one day to celebrate their mothers. They send their moms flowers and cards, take them out to dinner, and help with the household chores. Even though most people love and cherish their mothers throughout the year, it’s nice to set aside a day to make her feel special. How did the holiday get started? Here’s an overview of how Mother’s Day really came to be.
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5 Delicious Sangria Recipes

When the weather gets warm, it’s time to reach for the sangria! Common in Spain and Portugal during the warm summer months, this tasty cocktail has taken the world by storm. It was introduced to the United States during the 1964 World’s Fair and since then, people have been crafting their own delicious spins on the original recipe. Here are some of our favorite variations:
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How to Make Maple Candy

Starting as early as February, people all over North America tap their sugar maple trees to begin the process of making maple syrup. After that, the syrup is either bottled or turned into sweet treats like maple candy. As it turns out, maple candy is easy to make at home! Feel free to try any of the variations mentioned at the end of the recipe, too, if you want to jazz things up a bit.
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4 Unique Ways to Use Guacamole, It’s Not Just for Tacos!

With Cinco de Mayo coming up in less than a month, it’s time to think about how you’ll celebrate! Guacamole is one of the most versatile Mexican foods because it tastes great in a variety of dishes. It’s not just for tacos! Here are some unique ways to use guacamole this Cinco de Mayo:
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