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May 8th is National Coconut Cream Pie Day!🥥

Posted on May 8, 2018

Here are today’s five food finds about Coconuts:

  • The coconut is not a nut.  In fact, it isn’t a fruit either.  It is a seed!

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  • Coconut oils accelerate the metabolism.  Of course, if you put them in pie you may not notice the effect.

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  • The sailors aboard Vasco de Gama’s ships gave the coconut its name.  They called it “Coco”, named after a grimacing face or hobgoblin.

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  • The water from the coconut has traditionally been used when commercial IV solutions of plasma have not been available.

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  • Coconut oils also contain four growth hormones, called cytokinins, and three sets of chromosomes – or triploids – that help the development of many organisms.

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Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1842 Emil Christian Hansen was born. He was a Danish botanist who developed new methods to culture yeast. He revolutionized the beer industry, and proved that there are different species of yeast. He refused to patent the method, but instead made it available for free to other brewers.

1855 John Gates was born. Gates was an inventor, promoter and barbed wire manufacturer.

1886 Coca Cola is first sold to the public at Jacob’s Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia.

1968 Laurence M. Klauber died. Klauber was an American herpetologist and inventor who was a rattlesnake expert. If you want to know anything or everything about rattlesnakes, see his book “Rattlesnakes: Their Habits, Life Histories and Influence on Mankind.”

 

May 8th is National Coconut Cream Pie Day!

Posted on May 8, 2017

Here are today’s five food finds about Coconuts:

 

  • The coconut is not a nut.  In fact, it isn’t a fruit either.  It is a seed!

 

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  • Coconut oils accelerate the metabolism.  Of course, if you put them in pie you may not notice the effect.

 

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  • The sailors aboard Vasco de Gama’s ships gave the coconut its name.  They called it “Coco”, named after a grimacing face or hobgoblin.

 

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  • The water from the coconut has traditionally been used when commercial IV solutions of plasma have not been available.

 

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  • Coconut oils also contain four growth hormones, called cytokinins, and three sets of chromosomes – or triploids – that help the development of many organisms.

 

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Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1842 Emil Christian Hansen was born. He was a Danish botanist who developed new methods to culture yeast. He revolutionized the beer industry, and proved that there are different species of yeast. He refused to patent the method, but instead made it available for free to other brewers.

1855 John Gates was born. Gates was an inventor, promoter and barbed wire manufacturer.

1886 Coca Cola is first sold to the public at Jacob’s Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia.

1968 Laurence M. Klauber died. Klauber was an American herpetologist and inventor who was a rattlesnake expert. If you want to know anything or everything about rattlesnakes, see his book “Rattlesnakes: Their Habits, Life Histories and Influence on Mankind.”

 

 

May 8th is National Coconut Cream Pie Day

Posted on May 8, 2016

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National Coconut Cream Pie Day

Five Food Finds about Coconuts

  1. The coconut is not a nut.  In fact, it isn’t a fruit either.  It is a seed!
  2. Coconut oils accelerate the metabolism.  Of course, if you put them in pie you may not notice the effect.
  3. The sailors aboard Vasco de Gama’s ships gave the coconut its name.  They called it “Coco”, named after a grimacing face or hobgoblin.
  4. The water from the coconut has traditionally been used when commercial IV solutions of plasma have not been available.
  5. Coconut oils also contain four growth hormones, called cytokinins, and three sets of chromosomes – or triploids – that help the development of many organisms.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1842 Emil Christian Hansen was born. He was a Danish botanist who developed new methods to culture yeast. He revolutionized the beer industry, and proved that there are different species of yeast. He refused to patent the method, but instead made it available for free to other brewers.

1855 John Gates was born. Gates was an inventor, promoter and barbed wire manufacturer.

1886 Coca Cola is first sold to the public at Jacob’s Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia.

1968 Laurence M. Klauber died. Klauber was an American herpetologist and inventor who was a rattlesnake expert. If you want to know anything or everything about rattlesnakes, see his book “Rattlesnakes: Their Habits, Life Histories and Influence on Mankind.”


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May 8 is National Coconut Cream Pie Day

Posted on May 8, 2015

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Coconut cream pie is a spin-off custard-cream pie,

a traditional Southern favorite that has been widespread.

Celebrate the National Coconut Cream Pie day in May 8th!

Today’s five things to know about Coconut Cream Pie

  1. The coconut is not a nut.  In fact, it isn’t a fruit either.  It is a seed!
  2. Coconut oils accelerate the metabolism.  Of course, if you put them in pie you may not notice the effect.
  3. The sailors aboard Vasco de Gama’s ships gave the coconut its name.  They called it “Coco”, named after a grimacing face or hobgoblin.
  4. The water from the coconut has traditionally been used when commercial IV solutions of plasma have not been available.
  5. Coconut oils also contain four growth hormones, called cytokinins, and three sets of chromosomes – or triploids – that help the development of many organisms.

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Today’s Food History

  • 1842 Emil Christian Hansen was born. He was a Danish botanist who developed new methods to culture yeast. He revolutionized the beer industry, and proved that there are different species of yeast. He refused to patent the method, but instead made it available for free to other brewers.
  • 1855 John Gates was born. Gates was an inventor, promoter and barbed wire manufacturer.
  • 1886 Coca Cola is first sold to the public at Jacob’s Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • 1968 Laurence M. Klauber died. Klauber was an American herpetologist and inventor who was a rattlesnake expert. If you want to know anything or everything about rattlesnakes, see his book “Rattlesnakes: Their Habits, Life Histories and Influence on Mankind.”

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May 8 is National Coconut Cream Pie Day

Posted on May 8, 2014

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Coconut cream pie is a spin-off custard-cream pie,

a traditional Southern favorite that has been widespread.

Celebrate the National Coconut Cream Pie day in May 8th!

 

Did you know…

  1. The coconut is not a nut.  In fact, it isn’t a fruit either.  It is a seed!
  2. Coconut oils accelerate the metabolism.  Of course, if you put them in pie you may not notice the effect.
  3. The sailors aboard Vasco de Gama’s ships gave the coconut its name.  They called it “Coco”, named after a grimacing face or hobgoblin.
  4. The water from the coconut has traditionally been used when commercial IV solutions of plasma have not been available.
  5. Coconut oils also contain four growth hormones, called cytokinins, and three sets of chromosomes – or triploids – that help the development of many organisms.

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Today’s Food History

  • 1842 Emil Christian Hansen was born. He was a Danish botanist who developed new methods to culture yeast. He revolutionized the beer industry, and proved that there are different species of yeast. He refused to patent the method, but instead made it available for free to other brewers.
  • 1855 John Gates was born. Gates was an inventor, promoter and barbed wire manufacturer.
  • 1886 Coca Cola is first sold to the public at Jacob’s Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • 1968 Laurence M. Klauber died. Klauber was an American herpetologist and inventor who was a rattlesnake expert. If you want to know anything or everything about rattlesnakes, see his book “Rattlesnakes: Their Habits, Life Histories and Influence on Mankind.”

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May 8 – National Coconut Cream Pie Day

Posted on May 8, 2012

National Coconut Cream Pie Day

Five Food Finds about Coconuts

  • The coconut is not a nut.  In fact, it isn’t a fruit either.  It is a seed!
  • Coconut oils accelerate the metabolism.  Of course, if you put them in pie you may not notice the effect.
  • The sailors aboard Vasco de Gama’s ships gave the coconut its name.  They called it “Coco”, named after a grimacing face or hobgoblin.
  • The water from the coconut has traditionally been used when commercial IV solutions of plasma have not been available.
  • Coconut oils also contain four growth hormones, called cytokinins, and three sets of chromosomes – or triploids – that help the development of many organisms.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1842 Emil Christian Hansen was born. He was a Danish botanist who developed new methods to culture yeast. He revolutionized the beer industry, and proved that there are different species of yeast. He refused to patent the method, but instead made it available for free to other brewers.

1855 John Gates was born. Gates was an inventor, promoter and barbed wire manufacturer.

1886 Coca Cola is first sold to the public at Jacob’s Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia.

1968 Laurence M. Klauber died. Klauber was an American herpetologist and inventor who was a rattlesnake expert. If you want to know anything or everything about rattlesnakes, see his book “Rattlesnakes: Their Habits, Life Histories and Influence on Mankind.”

Cream Pie

Posted on May 7, 2010

A cream pie is a type of pie filled with a rich custard or pudding that is made from milk, cream, flour, and eggs. It can come in many forms, including vanilla, lemon, lime, banana, coconut, and chocolate. A constant feature of all cream pies is the whipped cream topping. The custard filling is related to the French crème patissière which is a key component of various French cakes and tarts. Cream pies are often associated with comedians who use them as a gimmick in their routines. When used for show business purposes, cream pies are generally mock-up pies made from shaving cream, which resembles the real thing. Some political activists have adopted the cream pie as a weapon of protest, to be thrown…

  

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