November 21 – Today’s Food History
Today’s Food History
National Cranberry Day
1941 ‘King Biscuit Time’ radio show was first broadcast from Helena, Arkansas. It is the longest running daily radio program in history, broadcasting live blues music, interviews, etc. It is named for its sponsor, King Biscuit Flour. The ‘King Biscuit Flour Hour’ rock and roll radio program took its name from ‘King Biscuit Time.’
1970 ‘I Think I Love You’ by the Partridge Family is #1 on the charts.
1980 28,000 Canada geese spend a few nights on Silver Lake in Rochester, Minnesota.
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