I make breads and cookies. I often make a harvest feast (turkey, stuffing, potatoes, vegtables, etc). The smell of fresh baked goods is wonderful.
I use Mabon as a day to celebrate my paycheck. As I don't live on a farm or survive by what I can harvest in a year I feel it is more apt for me to celebrate the way I do make the money to live. It's a modern way to view the holiday and I am sure someone will have a fit about it. However it is my connection. I make prayers for those who grow the food I buy in the grocery store and I make prayers for the company I work for to have good business for the next year.