Last-minute Mother’s Day gifts every nice Jewish boy and girl should give their mom

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For the Candle lover…

Whether you want to get her a candle in honor of her favorite city, or just a simple “Thank You, Mom” Homesick candles are the perfect gift. This one smells like “Freshly trimmed flowers on the kitchen table, the smell of breakfast sizzling on Sunday, a house made a home because of you.” Plus, this gorgeous flower print packaging is the cherry on top. Plus they totally have Jewish versions too, like “Jewish Christmas” and “Latkes and Lights.”

For the puzzle lover…

If your mom loves nothing more than to sit and make puzzles for hours on end, this gift is for her. You can Prime a puzzle of her favorite public figure, be it the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, or anyone else!

For the home cook…

Eden Grinshpan’s new cookbook “Eating Out Loud” was published this fall and has been named one of the best cookbooks of the year. It features bold Middle Eastern flavors for “all day, every day,” a tribute to the Top Chef host’s Israeli heritage and travels. 

For the bookworm…

This tale of two Jewish sisters in late-nineteenth-century Russia is perfect for any moms who love a page-turner. Released in February of 2021, The Slaughterman’s Daughter is a historical adventure story set in a Jewish shtetl during the final years of the Russian Empire. The novel follows Fanny Keismann, with her reputation as a vilde chaya (wild animal), on her quest to avenge her sister’s honor. (Bonus pick: The studio behind behind “Fauda” and “Shtisel,” just dropped the trailer to their latest show: ‘The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem,’ which is based off of the book of the same title.)

For the sentimental mom…

This little book contains fill-in-the-blank lines to describe why your mom’s the best. Just complete each line and voila: you have a uniquely personal gift Mother will read again and again. Make it as hilarious, honest, or heartfelt as you choose!

Last but not least… The gift that’s free

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