Mother's Day 2022 Report - seasonwatching

As Spring begins, Mother's Day is a chance to celebrate and appreciate our supporters, even if it's someone that we simply look up to. The celebration is rapidly becoming more about simply celebrating Spring with bright colours and seasonal flavour such as wild garlic, rhubarb, and violets heroed across menus.

We've compiled three of the key takeouts from the Mother's Day seasonwatching article below to give you a taste for what to expect in the full report.

1. Citrus Brights - Taking their place alongside traditional softer pinks – tropical fruits and lemon brought zing to the occasion with passion fruit eclairs or lemon and basil desserts.

2. Nostalgic Upgrade - Seasonal ingredients plus flashes of unexpected colour brought something unexpected to classics this Mother's Day. For example, devils food cake with pink buttercream or Yorkshire rhubarb mini Battenberg as part of an afternoon tea.

3. Make It Simple - Simple hacks take their place alongside meal kits – Grilled tomatoes with smoked almond cream cheese and sourdough make a delicious and easy to prepare brunch. Alongside Michelin starred meal kits, there's also understated gifts such as a spices gift boxes or a seasonal veg box – even if it's simply trying something new, it's the smaller thoughtful touches that count.

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