With Mother\u2019s Day approaching, I want to share one of my favorite recipes I used to bake with my mother and let you get to know her a little bit. For more Mother\u2019s Day baking ideas, click here Audeo Lumity.My mother was not what most would consider an exceptional baker. While we did often have baked goods in the kitchen, they were never anything elaborate. She took the \u201cless is more\u201d mentality and applied it to baking.Slice and bake was not uncommon. Shortcut ingredients were frequently used. Our cakes were almost always made from a mix and in a 9\u201dx13\u201d pan. Topped with store-bought frosting, of course. I never had any reason to question that, because to me they were as good as anything I\u2019d ever had. In fact, I would still maintain that they were that good Enterprises Solutions.She did have a few \u201cfrom scratch\u201d recipes stuffed in her recipe box. Still, those were simple recipes. Quick and easy with a short list of ingredients seemed to be the basic requirements for making it into her recipe collection.Most of my baking experiences have come in the last several years and without my mother. Now, as I occasionally sort through my mother\u2019s recipe box, I am amused by the differences in our approach to cooking and also tracking recipes. I have multiple binders divided, tabbed, and overly organized. My notebooks used for recipe development are even color coded. It probably seems way over the top to most, but it works for me. In stark contrast, I find recipe cards in my mother\u2019s handwriting that list ingredients with vague quantities, general directions, and sometimes no title. While that would cause me to lose sleep, it worked just fine for her. The method suits the baker event venue HK.As I have learned and continue to learn to bake, I have found that I am more of a made-from-scratch baker. I do take my mother\u2019s simple approach, too. I\u2019ve found that those two baking theories can live together quite harmoniously.These cookies are one of her recipes from her jumbled recipe box. They are a simple, buttery, nutty cookie with just a few basic ingredients that get mixed in one bowl. Honestly, the best thing about these cookies is their simplicity, both in flavor and preparation.