Mother's Day. It's the one day each year we devote to appreciating moms, but before you order flowers, set up a reservation at a pricey restaurant or head to the jewelry store, it might be a good idea to check in with mom. And you might be surprised at what most moms really want.
"All I want for Mother's Day is a little time off," says Joan from Chicago. "I don't want to plan a meal, get dressed up for a fancy meal or be at everyone's beck and call. I just want some time to relax."
|Even though many moms would prefer to relax, many people still make the annual trek to high-priced restaurants. Last year the National Restaurant Association predicted that more than 80 million American adults would celebrate Mother's Day at a restaurant or with take-out food.|
They also noted that close to 35% of moms choose steak or barbecue as their favorite meals, with American cuisine coming in a close second at 24%. Instead of waiting in long lines and paying premium prices on Mother's Day, why not let mom enjoy a little "me time," at home while you prepare her favorite meal?
|"We make it easy for you to treat mom to her favorite meals at a fraction of the cost you'd spend at most restaurants," said John McKinven, President – Direct to Consumer, The Kansas City Steak Company. "Our tender steaks are cut from premium beef, carefully hand-trimmed, perfectly marbled and ready to grill.|
We also offer sweet, tender and undeniably delicious Kansas City barbecue choices, from Burnt Ends to Hickory Smoked Baby Back Ribs and so much more, your mom will love every bite."
So this year, give mom what she really wants, time for herself and a home-cooked meal prepared by the people she loves. And if you order by May 31, 2014, you'll save $10 on our 6 (6 oz) Filet Mignon.