March 18 – Today’s Food History
National Oatmeal Cookie Day
Today’s Food History
on this day in…
1863 Women rioted in Salisbury, North Carolina, to protest the lack of flour and salt in the Confederacy.
1925 ‘Tea for Two’ was recorded by Binnie Hale & the Palace Theater Orchestra.
1946 The Andrews Sisters recorded ‘Avocado’ today.
1966 Gossip columnist Hedda Hopper died.
Quote: “Having only friends [and no enemies] would be dull….like eating eggs without salt.”
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