Mums are pretty special people, and it's impossible to know what small token of our love could possibly make up the
endless support we receive from them. Every year, in the lead up to
Mother's Day, offspring around the country scramble to florists, raid pyjama stores and create a national shortage of candle supplies in an effort to communicate their gratitude for the women who raised them. And let’s be honest, sometimes, we can still fall short.
After years of pot plant and trinket buying, could it finally be time to go all out and plan something extra special? Outshine your siblings this May, and prepare a Mother's Day lunch for
your family. Or, for extra brownie points and something different, keep
the invites strictly limited to your mum and her best friends,
guaranteeing her a good time and some much-needed respite.
To convince you further, we caught up with former MasterChef contestant, restaurateur and mum, Sarah Todd, who told us how to style the perfect Mother's Day celebration,
and most importantly, what to put on the ultimate Mother's Day menu.
It's a five-course family feast that will have your mum feeling the