Get ready to shower mom (or your favorite mom-figure) with a few of her favorite things this weekend. From wine to flowers to a (30-minute) restaurant-quality meal to PORTLAND’S FIRST FROZEN CUSTARD BY THE SCOOP (new this weekend!), we’ve got it all.
Build your own gift basket with kitchen essentials from pantry staples to cookware.
From the Pantry:
Ayers Creek organic jams made without commercial pectin by Anthony and Carol Boutard at their Gaston, Oregon farm. Choose from Golden Gage Plum, Boysenberry, and Raspberry.
Old Blue Raw Honey from the Willamette Valley and Oregon Coast Range hives of beekeeper Henry Storch.
Diaspora Co. single-origin heirloom spices, including vine-ripened and hand-harvested Aranya black pepper from father-son duo Parameswaran and Akash in Kerala, India; and Pragmati Tumeric from fourth-generation farmer Prabhu Kasaraneni’s organic farm on the banks of the Krishna river.
Even the most seasoned home cook can knock their kitchen game up a notch with our favorite light-weight, quick-heating, oven-safe carbon steel pan for spectacularly seared meat and veggies + pretty amazing eggs.
Speaking of seared meats, this Instant Thermometer is how we up the steaks and ensure they’re perfectly cooked.
Pick up a 6-pack of wine that includes light and refreshing sparkling wine, spring wines that pair with all the tender green veggies, vibrant and fruity rosés, and a light, herbacious red that can be paired with your favorites steak or fish.
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH
Featuring a selection of three cheeses from local cheesemonger Cowbell PDX.
Comes with our cracked pepper olive oil crackers, candied pecans, and local walnuts, first of the season local strawberries, and a selection of other beautiful fruits.
Cinnamon Roll Brioche Bread Pudding
A not-too-sweet cinnamon custard surrounding house brioche with one cinnamon roll baked in! We bake for you, all you do is reheat and frost with our Vanilla Bean cream cheese frosting.
Asparagus and Grilled Spring Onion Salad with Lobster and Shrimp
Featuring a “Gribiche” style dressing with cornichon and capers, butter-poached lobster, and shrimp, local asparagus from Pheasant’s Eye Farm, and tons of spring herbs*
*this can be made with local mushrooms instead of shellfish if there are allergies or preferences, please note when placing your order
Colibri Vase Arrangement
From our sister flower shop Colibri Flowers & Plants. Featuring vibrant spring colors and Naomi’s personal favorite PEONIES!
Swing by for SCOOPS of frozen custard! That’s right, starting this weekend, we’re now offering our handmade deliciousness in single servings in-store. Buy one for you, and we’ll treat your mom to a scoop on us.
Wondering about the name change from ice cream? Turns out, most commercial ice creams don’t even use eggs in their process. Frozen custards are defined as at least 1.4% egg yolks. Ours is 16% yolk! Creamy, homemade deliciousness.