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June 25th is National Strawberry Parfait Day

Posted on June 25, 2018

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It’s National Strawberry Parfait Day

Today’s facts about Strawberries :

  1. Strawberries are one of the only fruits with seeds on the outside.
  2. The average strawberry has 200 seeds.
  3. The ancient Romans believed that strawberries alleviated symptoms of melancholy, fainting, all inflammations, fevers, throat infections, kidney stones, bad breath, attacks of gout, and diseases of the blood, liver and spleen.
  4. To symbolize perfection and righteousness, medieval stone masons carved strawberry designs on altars and around the tops of pillars in churches and cathedrals.
  5. In parts of Bavaria, country folk still practice the annual rite each spring of tying small baskets of wild strawberries to the horns of their cattle as an offering to elves. They believe that the elves, are passionately fond of strawberries, will help to produce healthy calves and an abundance of milk in return.

Today’s Food History

  • 1630 Massachusetts Bay colony governor John Winthrop supposedly introduced the fork to American dining.
  • 1867 Barbed wire was patented by Lucien B Smith of Kent, Ohio.
  • 1938 The new Federal minimum wage law guaranteed workers 40¢ per hour.
  • 1951 Pabst aired the 1st color beer commercial on TV
  • 1971 Sir John Boyd Orr died. A Scottish scientist and nutrition expert, he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to eliminate world hunger.
  • 1974 The first checkout scanner was installed in a supermarket.
  • 1994 The London Times reported a previously unknown species of mammal was discovered in Vietnam, the Vu Quang Ox. It was the first discovery of a new large mammal since the Okapi in 1910. The ox is thought to inhabit an area along the Vietnam-Laos border.
  • 1997 Jacques-Yves Cousteau R.I.P. Ocean explorer, marine biologist. Co-inventor of the aqualung.

June 25th is National Strawberry Parfait Day

Posted on June 25, 2017

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Today’s facts about Strawberries :

  1. Strawberries are one of the only fruits with seeds on the outside.
  2. The average strawberry has 200 seeds.
  3. The ancient Romans believed that strawberries alleviated symptoms of melancholy, fainting, all inflammations, fevers, throat infections, kidney stones, bad breath, attacks of gout, and diseases of the blood, liver and spleen.
  4. To symbolize perfection and righteousness, medieval stone masons carved strawberry designs on altars and around the tops of pillars in churches and cathedrals.
  5. In parts of Bavaria, country folk still practice the annual rite each spring of tying small baskets of wild strawberries to the horns of their cattle as an offering to elves. They believe that the elves, are passionately fond of strawberries, will help to produce healthy calves and an abundance of milk in return.

Today’s Food History

  • 1630 Massachusetts Bay colony governor John Winthrop supposedly introduced the fork to American dining.
  • 1867 Barbed wire was patented by Lucien B Smith of Kent, Ohio.
  • 1938 The new Federal minimum wage law guaranteed workers 40¢ per hour.
  • 1951 Pabst aired the 1st color beer commercial on TV
  • 1971 Sir John Boyd Orr died. A Scottish scientist and nutrition expert, he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to eliminate world hunger.
  • 1974 The first checkout scanner was installed in a supermarket.
  • 1994 The London Times reported a previously unknown species of mammal was discovered in Vietnam, the Vu Quang Ox. It was the first discovery of a new large mammal since the Okapi in 1910. The ox is thought to inhabit an area along the Vietnam-Laos border.
  • 1997 Jacques-Yves Cousteau R.I.P. Ocean explorer, marine biologist. Co-inventor of the aqualung.

June 25th is National Strawberry Parfait Day

Posted on June 25, 2016

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Today’s facts about Strawberries :

  1. Strawberries are the only fruit with seeds on the outside.
  2. The average strawberry has 200 seeds.
  3. The ancient Romans believed that strawberries alleviated symptoms of melancholy, fainting, all inflammations, fevers, throat infections, kidney stones, bad breath, attacks of gout, and diseases of the blood, liver and spleen.
  4. To symbolize perfection and righteousness, medieval stone masons carved strawberry designs on altars and around the tops of pillars in churches and cathedrals.
  5. In parts of Bavaria, country folk still practice the annual rite each spring of tying small baskets of wild strawberries to the horns of their cattle as an offering to elves. They believe that the elves, are passionately fond of strawberries, will help to produce healthy calves and an abundance of milk in return.

Today’s Food History

  • 1630 Massachusetts Bay colony governor John Winthrop supposedly introduced the fork to American dining.
  • 1867 Barbed wire was patented by Lucien B Smith of Kent, Ohio.
  • 1938 The new Federal minimum wage law guaranteed workers 40¢ per hour.
  • 1951 Pabst aired the 1st color beer commercial on TV
  • 1971 Sir John Boyd Orr died. A Scottish scientist and nutrition expert, he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to eliminate world hunger.
  • 1974 The first checkout scanner was installed in a supermarket.
  • 1994 The London Times reported a previously unknown species of mammal was discovered in Vietnam, the Vu Quang Ox. It was the first discovery of a new large mammal since the Okapi in 1910. The ox is thought to inhabit an area along the Vietnam-Laos border.
  • 1997 Jacques-Yves Cousteau R.I.P. Ocean explorer, marine biologist. Co-inventor of the aqualung.

June 25 is National Strawberry Parfait Day

Posted on June 25, 2015

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Today’s facts about Strawberries :

  1. Strawberries are one of the only fruita with seeds on the outside.
  2. The average strawberry has 200 seeds.
  3. The ancient Romans believed that strawberries alleviated symptoms of melancholy, fainting, all inflammations, fevers, throat infections, kidney stones, bad breath, attacks of gout, and diseases of the blood, liver and spleen.
  4. To symbolize perfection and righteousness, medieval stone masons carved strawberry designs on altars and around the tops of pillars in churches and cathedrals.
  5. In parts of Bavaria, country folk still practice the annual rite each spring of tying small baskets of wild strawberries to the horns of their cattle as an offering to elves. They believe that the elves, are passionately fond of strawberries, will help to produce healthy calves and an abundance of milk in return.

Today’s Food History

  • 1630 Massachusetts Bay colony governor John Winthrop supposedly introduced the fork to American dining.
  • 1867 Barbed wire was patented by Lucien B Smith of Kent, Ohio.
  • 1938 The new Federal minimum wage law guaranteed workers 40¢ per hour.
  • 1951 Pabst aired the 1st color beer commercial on TV
  • 1971 Sir John Boyd Orr died. A Scottish scientist and nutrition expert, he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to eliminate world hunger.
  • 1974 The first checkout scanner was installed in a supermarket.
  • 1994 The London Times reported a previously unknown species of mammal was discovered in Vietnam, the Vu Quang Ox. It was the first discovery of a new large mammal since the Okapi in 1910. The ox is thought to inhabit an area along the Vietnam-Laos border.
  • 1997 Jacques-Yves Cousteau R.I.P. Ocean explorer, marine biologist. Co-inventor of the aqualung.

National Strawberry Parfait Day

Posted on June 25, 2013

National Strawberry Parfait Day

Five Food Finds about Strawberries

  • Strawberries are the only fruit with seeds on the outside.
  • The average strawberry has 200 seeds.
  • The ancient Romans believed that strawberries alleviated symptoms of melancholy, fainting, all inflammations, fevers, throat infections, kidney stones, bad breath, attacks of gout, and diseases of the blood, liver and spleen.
  • To symbolize perfection and righteousness, medieval stone masons carved strawberry designs on altars and around the tops of pillars in churches and cathedrals.
  • In parts of Bavaria, country folk still practice the annual rite each spring of tying small baskets of wild strawberries to the horns of their cattle as an offering to elves. They believe that the elves, are passionately fond of strawberries, will help to produce healthy calves and an abundance of milk in return.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1630 Massachusetts Bay colony governor John Winthrop supposedly introduced the fork to American dining.

1867 Barbed wire was patented by Lucien B Smith of Kent, Ohio.

1938 The new Federal minimum wage law guaranteed workers 40¢ per hour.

1951 Pabst aired the 1st color beer commercial on TV

1971 Sir John Boyd Orr died. A Scottish scientist and nutrition expert, he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to eliminate world hunger.

1974 The first checkout scanner was installed in a supermarket.

1994 The London Times reported a previously unknown species of mammal was discovered in Vietnam, the Vu Quang Ox. It was the first discovery of a new large mammal since the Okapi in 1910. The ox is thought to inhabit an area along the Vietnam-Laos border.

1997 Jacques-Yves Cousteau R.I.P. Ocean explorer, marine biologist. Co-inventor of the aqualung.

June 25 – National Strawberry Parfait Day

Posted on June 25, 2012

National Strawberry Parfait Day

Five Food Finds about Strawberries

  • Strawberries are the only fruit with seeds on the outside.
  • The average strawberry has 200 seeds.
  • The ancient Romans believed that strawberries alleviated symptoms of melancholy, fainting, all inflammations, fevers, throat infections, kidney stones, bad breath, attacks of gout, and diseases of the blood, liver and spleen.
  • To symbolize perfection and righteousness, medieval stone masons carved strawberry designs on altars and around the tops of pillars in churches and cathedrals.
  • In parts of Bavaria, country folk still practice the annual rite each spring of tying small baskets of wild strawberries to the horns of their cattle as an offering to elves. They believe that the elves, are passionately fond of strawberries, will help to produce healthy calves and an abundance of milk in return.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1630 Massachusetts Bay colony governor John Winthrop supposedly introduced the fork to American dining.

1867 Barbed wire was patented by Lucien B Smith of Kent, Ohio.

1938 The new Federal minimum wage law guaranteed workers 40¢ per hour.

1951 Pabst aired the 1st color beer commercial on TV

1971 Sir John Boyd Orr died. A Scottish scientist and nutrition expert, he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to eliminate world hunger.

1974 The first checkout scanner was installed in a supermarket.

1994 The London Times reported a previously unknown species of mammal was discovered in Vietnam, the Vu Quang Ox. It was the first discovery of a new large mammal since the Okapi in 1910. The ox is thought to inhabit an area along the Vietnam-Laos border.

1997 Jacques-Yves Cousteau R.I.P. Ocean explorer, marine biologist. Co-inventor of the aqualung.

November 25th is National Parfait Day!

Posted on November 25, 2018

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Here are today’s five things to know about parfaits:

Parfait is a French word that means perfect.

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It is often served in a tall, clear glass and topping creation with whipped cream and fruit.

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The oldest recipe with the name parfait comes from a French cookbook dated 1869.

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The original parfait recipe was a frozen coffee-flavoured French ice dessert constructed in parfait-shaped (tall and thin) ice cream moulds.

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French style parfait is served on decorated plates instead of tall, thin glassware.

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Today’s Food History

  • 1715 American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.
  • 1846 Carry Amelia Nation was born. Well known temperance movement activist, she was famous for destroying saloons with a hatchet.
  • 1884 John Mayenberg, of St. Louis, Missouri, patented evaporated milk.
  • 1940 Woody Woodpecker made his debut in the cartoon ‘Knock Knock.’
  • 1967‘ Incense and Peppermint’by Strawberry Alarm Clock hits number one on the charts.

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May’s Complete Food Holiday List!

Posted on May 1, 2018

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National Beef Month
National Barbecue Month
National Loaded Potato Month
National Egg Month
National Hamburger Month
National Salad Month
National Salsa Month
National Strawberry Month
May 1-7: National Raisin Week
May 3-9: National Herb Week
First Saturday in May: National Homebrew Day
The 3rd Monday of May and the rest of the week: American Craft Beer Week
Daily Holidays

May 2
National Chocolate Truffle Day
May 3
National Raspberry Popover Day
National Raspberry Tart Day
National Chocolate Custard Day
May 4 
National Candied Orange Peel Day
National Homebrew Day
National Hoagie Day
May 5
National Enchilada Day – Happy Cinco de Mayo!
May 6 
National Crepe Suzette Day
May 7 
National Roast Leg of Lamb Day
May 8 
National Coconut Cream Pie Day
May 9
National Shrimp Day
May 10
National Liver and Onions Day
May 11
National “Eat What You Want” Day
May 12 
National Nutty Fudge Day
May 13 
National Apple Pie Day
National Fruit Cocktail Day
National Hummus Day
May 14 
National Buttermilk Biscuit Day
May 15
National Chocolate Chip Day
May 16
National Barbecue Day
May 17 
National Cherry Cobbler Day
May 18 
National Cheese Souffle Day
I love Reese’s Day
May 19
National Devil’s Food Cake Day
May 20 
National Quiche Lorraine Day
National Pick Strawberries Day
May 21
National Strawberries and Cream Day
May 22 
National Vanilla Pudding Day
May 23 
National Taffy Day
May 24 
National Escargot Day
May 25
National Brown-Bag-It Day
National Wine Day
May 26 
National Blueberry Cheesecake Day
National Cherry Dessert Day
National Italian Beef Day
National Grape Popsicle Day


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November 25th is National Parfait Day!

Posted on November 25, 2017

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Here are today’s five things to know about parfaits:

Parfait is a French word that means perfect.

parfait1-3

It is often served in a tall, clear glass and topping creation with whipped cream and fruit.

 

giphy51

 

The oldest recipe with the name parfait comes from a French cookbook dated 1869.

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The original parfait recipe was a frozen coffee-flavoured French ice dessert constructed in parfait-shaped (tall and thin) ice cream moulds.

amarettiparfait3

 

French style parfait is served on decorated plates instead of tall, thin glassware.

giphy53

 

Today’s Food History

  • 1715 American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.
  • 1846 Carry Amelia Nation was born. Well known temperance movement activist, she was famous for destroying saloons with a hatchet.
  • 1884 John Mayenberg, of St. Louis, Missouri, patented evaporated milk.
  • 1940 Woody Woodpecker made his debut in the cartoon ‘Knock Knock.’
  • 1967‘ Incense and Peppermint’by Strawberry Alarm Clock hits number one on the charts.

 


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November 25th is National Parfait Day!

Posted on November 25, 2016

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Here are today’s five things to know about parfaits:

Parfait is a French word that means perfect.

parfait1-3

It is often served in a tall, clear glass and topping creation with whipped cream and fruit.

 

giphy51

 

The oldest recipe with the name parfait comes from a French cookbook dated 1869.

giphy52

 

The original parfait recipe was a frozen coffee-flavoured French ice dessert constructed in parfait-shaped (tall and thin) ice cream moulds.

amarettiparfait3

 

French style parfait is served on decorated plates instead of tall, thin glassware.

giphy53

 

Today’s Food History

  • 1715 American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.
  • 1846 Carry Amelia Nation was born. Well known temperance movement activist, she was famous for destroying saloons with a hatchet.
  • 1884 John Mayenberg, of St. Louis, Missouri, patented evaporated milk.
  • 1940 Woody Woodpecker made his debut in the cartoon ‘Knock Knock.’
  • 1967‘ Incense and Peppermint’by Strawberry Alarm Clock hits number one on the charts.

 


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November 25th is National Parfait Day

Posted on November 25, 2015

Here are today’s five thing to know about Parfait:

  1. Parfait is a French word that means perfect.
  2. It is often served in a tall, clear glass and topping creation with whipped cream and fruit.
  3. The oldest recipe with the name parfait comes from a French cookbook dated 1869. It was a frozen coffee-flavoured French ice dessert constructed in parfait-shaped (tall and thin) ice cream moulds.
  4. French style parfait is served on decorated plates instead of tall, thin glassware.
  5. The unique texture of parfait is because the fat, sugar, and air interfere with the formation of water crystals, which would otherwise cause an oily texture in your mouth.

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Today’s Food History

  • 1715 American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.
  • 1846 Carry Amelia Nation was born. Well known temperance movement activist, she was famous for destroying saloons with a hatchet.
  • 1884 John Mayenberg, of St. Louis, Missouri, patented evaporated milk.
  • 1940 Woody Woodpecker made his debut in the cartoon ‘Knock Knock.’
  • 1967‘Incense and Peppermint’ by Strawberry Alarm Clock hits number one on the charts.

 


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November 25 is National Parfait Day

Posted on November 25, 2014

Here are today’s five thing to know about Parfait:

  1. Parfait is a French word that means perfect.
  2. It is often served in a tall, clear glass and topping creation with whipped cream and fruit.
  3. The oldest recipe with the name parfait comes from a French cookbook dated 1869. It was a frozen coffee-flavoured French ice dessert constructed in parfait-shaped (tall and thin) ice cream moulds.
  4. French style parfait is served on decorated plates instead of tall, thin glassware.
  5. The unique texture of parfait is because the fat, sugar, and air interfere with the formation of water crystals, which would otherwise cause an oily texture in your mouth.

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Today’s Food History

  • 1715 American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.
  • 1846 Carry Amelia Nation was born. Well known temperance movement activist, she was famous for destroying saloons with a hatchet.
  • 1884 John Mayenberg, of St. Louis, Missouri, patented evaporated milk.
  • 1940 Woody Woodpecker made his debut in the cartoon ‘Knock Knock.’
  • 1967‘Incense and Peppermint’ by Strawberry Alarm Clock hits number one on the charts.

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National Parfait Day

Posted on November 23, 2013

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National Parfait Day

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1715 American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.
1846 Carry Amelia Nation was born. Well known temperance movement activist, she was famous for destroying saloons with a hatchet.
1884 John Mayenberg, of St. Louis, Missouri, patented evaporated milk.
1940 Woody Woodpecker made his debut in the cartoon ‘Knock Knock.’
1967‘Incense and Peppermint’ by Strawberry Alarm Clock hits number one on the charts.

November 25 – National Parfait Day

Posted on November 25, 2012

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National Parfait Day

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1715 American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.
1846 Carry Amelia Nation was born. Well known temperance movement activist, she was famous for destroying saloons with a hatchet.
1884 John Mayenberg, of St. Louis, Missouri, patented evaporated milk.
1940 Woody Woodpecker made his debut in the cartoon ‘Knock Knock.’
1967‘Incense and Peppermint’ by Strawberry Alarm Clock hits number one on the charts.

November 25 – Today’s Food History

Posted on November 25, 2011

National Parfait Day

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Today’s Food History

on this day in…

  • 1715 American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.
  • 1846 Carry Amelia Nation was born. Well known temperance movement activist, she was famous for destroying saloons with a hatchet.
  • 1884 John Mayenberg, of St. Louis, Missouri, patented evaporated milk.
  • 1940 Woody Woodpecker made his debut in the cartoon ‘Knock Knock.’
  • 1967‘Incense and Peppermint’ by Strawberry Alarm Clock hits number one on the charts.

June Holidays

Posted on November 10, 2009

National Candy Month National Dairy Month National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month National Iced Tea Month National Papaya Month First Friday in June: National Donut Day Daily Holidays June 1 National Hazelnut Cake Day June 2 National Rocky Road Day National Rotisserie Chicken Day June 3 National Chocolate Macaroon Day National Egg Day June 4 National Cheese Day June 5 National Ketchup / Catsup Day June 6 National Gingerbread Day June 7 National Chocolate Ice Cream Day June 8 National Jelly-Filled Doughnut Day June 9 National Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie Day June 10 National Iced-Tea Day   June 11 National German Chocolate Cake Day June 12 National Peanut Butter Cookie Day International Falafel Day June 13 Cupcake Lover’s Day June 14 National Strawberry Shortcake Day June…

May Holidays

Posted on November 10, 2009

National Beef Month National Barbecue Month National Loaded Potato Month National Egg Month National Hamburger Month National Salad Month National Salsa Month National Strawberry Month May 1-7: National Raisin Week May 3-9: National Herb Week First Saturday in May: National Homebrew Day The 3rd Monday of May and the rest of the week: American Craft Beer Week Daily Holidays May 1  National Chocolate Parfait Day May 2 National Chocolate Truffle Day May 3 National Raspberry Popover Day National Raspberry Tart Day National Chocolate Custard Day May 4  National Candied Orange Peel Day National Homebrew Day National Hoagie Day May 5 National Enchilada Day – Happy Cinco de Mayo! May 6  National Crepe Suzette Day May 7  National Roast Leg of Lamb Day May 8 …

  

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