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What’s Cooking For Mother’s Day

In case you haven’t been inundated with enough reminders that next Sunday is Mother’s Day, here’s just one more. I am a huge, big, monstrous fan of Phaidon books of all kinds, but I really love their cookbooks. They are like works of art unto themselves, with photography to swoon over, never mind the delicious recipes. All Phaidon cookbooks are 35% off for Mother’s Day with coupon code: MT35MY. The Coupon is valid until Sunday, May 13th, so if you haven’t picked up a present for your mum, now’s a really good time. Bon appétit!

More cookbooks on sale after the jump!

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  • Fresh & Easy 1 of 5
    Fresh & Easy
    A new collection of light and simple step-by-step recipes using fresh and seasonal produce by Jane Hornby.
    Purchase from Phaidon
  • What to Cook & How to Cook It 2 of 5
    What to Cook & How to Cook It
    This one's for beginning cooks in the kitchen. What to Cook and How to Cook It -- the ultimate step-by-step cookbook for beginners by Jane Hornby.
    Purchase from Phaidon
  • The Silver Spoon 3 of 5
    The Silver Spoon
    The Silver Spoon is the go-to cookbook of traditional Italian cooking, with over 2,000 recipes. Now revised and updated by Phaidon.
    Purchase from Phaidon
  • I Know How to Cook 4 of 5
    I Know How to Cook
    I Know How To Cook is the bible of traditional French home cooking, with 1,400 recipes, by Ginette Mathiot. I kind of just love the cover!
    Purchase from Phaidon
  • The Silver Spoon for Children 5 of 5
    The Silver Spoon for Children
    The Silver Spoon for Children, from the authors of The Silver Spoon, fun favorite Italian recipes for children aged 10 and up.
    Purchase from Phaidon

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Victoria Smith is editor of sfgirlbybay, one of the West Coast’s leading lifestyle and interior design blogs, featuring affordable, vintage-inspired and bohemian modern decor ideas. You can follow sfgirlbybay on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.

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