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July 18th is National Caviar Day

Posted on July 18, 2018

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Five Food Finds about Caviar:

  1. True caviar comes from the icy waters of the Caspian Sea where the environment is most conducive to producing the finest sturgeon.
  2. Today with sturgeon facing extinction caviar will remain a delicacy and very expensive.
  3. The United States imports approximately sixty percent of the total world caviar supply.
  4. Caviar is full of proteins, vitamines, low in calories and thus is a complete meal by itself.
  5. Caviar is being given to patients after surgery to aid their recovery.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1867 36 inches of rain fell in 36 hours at Sauk Center, Minnesota.

1892 Thomas Cook died. In 1841 Cook hired a special excursion train between Leicester and Loughborough in England for a temperance meeting. The beginning of Thomas Cook & Son, the worldwide travel agency.

1936 The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is invented. It is a giant hot dog on wheels. Invented by Carl Mayer, nephew of Oscar Mayer, it was built by General Body Company at Chicago, Illinois. There are now a fleet of six.

1949 Wally Bryson of the music group ‘The Raspberries’ was born.

1968 ‘Grazing In The Grass’ by Hugh Masekela is #1 on the charts

1994 Crayola introduced scented crayons.

July 18th is National Caviar Day

Posted on July 18, 2017

High-res version

Five Food Finds about Caviar:

  1. True caviar comes from the icy waters of the Caspian Sea where the environment is most conducive to producing the finest sturgeon.
  2. Today with sturgeon facing extinction caviar will remain a delicacy and very expensive.
  3. The United States imports approximately sixty percent of the total world caviar supply.
  4. Caviar is full of proteins, vitamines, low in calories and thus is a complete meal by itself.
  5. Caviar is being given to patients after surgery to aid their recovery.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1867 36 inches of rain fell in 36 hours at Sauk Center, Minnesota.

1892 Thomas Cook died. In 1841 Cook hired a special excursion train between Leicester and Loughborough in England for a temperance meeting. The beginning of Thomas Cook & Son, the worldwide travel agency.

1936 The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is invented. It is a giant hot dog on wheels. Invented by Carl Mayer, nephew of Oscar Mayer, it was built by General Body Company at Chicago, Illinois. There are now a fleet of six.

1949 Wally Bryson of the music group ‘The Raspberries’ was born.

1968 ‘Grazing In The Grass’ by Hugh Masekela is #1 on the charts

1994 Crayola introduced scented crayons.

July 18th is National Caviar Day

Posted on June 11, 2017

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Five Food Finds about Caviar:

  1. True caviar comes from the icy waters of the Caspian Sea where the environment is most conducive to producing the finest sturgeon.
  2. Today with sturgeon facing extinction caviar will remain a delicacy and very expensive.
  3. The United States imports approximately sixty percent of the total world caviar supply.
  4. Caviar is full of proteins, vitamines, low in calories and thus is a complete meal by itself.
  5. Caviar is being given to patients after surgery to aid their recovery.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1867 36 inches of rain fell in 36 hours at Sauk Center, Minnesota.

1892 Thomas Cook died. In 1841 Cook hired a special excursion train between Leicester and Loughborough in England for a temperance meeting. The beginning of Thomas Cook & Son, the worldwide travel agency.

1936 The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is invented. It is a giant hot dog on wheels. Invented by Carl Mayer, nephew of Oscar Mayer, it was built by General Body Company at Chicago, Illinois. There are now a fleet of six.

1949 Wally Bryson of the music group ‘The Raspberries’ was born.

1968 ‘Grazing In The Grass’ by Hugh Masekela is #1 on the charts

1994 Crayola introduced scented crayons.

July 18th is National Caviar Day

Posted on July 18, 2016

High-res version

Five Food Finds about Caviar:

  1. True caviar comes from the icy waters of the Caspian Sea where the environment is most conducive to producing the finest sturgeon.
  2. Today with sturgeon facing extinction caviar will remain a delicacy and very expensive.
  3. The United States imports approximately sixty percent of the total world caviar supply.
  4. Caviar is full of proteins, vitamines, low in calories and thus is a complete meal by itself.
  5. Caviar is being given to patients after surgery to aid their recovery.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1867 36 inches of rain fell in 36 hours at Sauk Center, Minnesota.

1892 Thomas Cook died. In 1841 Cook hired a special excursion train between Leicester and Loughborough in England for a temperance meeting. The beginning of Thomas Cook & Son, the worldwide travel agency.

1936 The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is invented. It is a giant hot dog on wheels. Invented by Carl Mayer, nephew of Oscar Mayer, it was built by General Body Company at Chicago, Illinois. There are now a fleet of six.

1949 Wally Bryson of the music group ‘The Raspberries’ was born.

1968 ‘Grazing In The Grass’ by Hugh Masekela is #1 on the charts

1994 Crayola introduced scented crayons.

September 10 is National Hot Dog Day

Posted on September 10, 2015

Celebrated on this date since 1978. Hot Dog Day is about celebrating the regional ways people like their Hot Dogs.

Here are today’s five thing to know about Hot Dogs:

  1. It is estimated that over seven billion hot dogs will be eaten by Americans between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
  2. The term “hot dog” is credited to sports cartoonist Tad Dorgan. At a baseball game in New York in 1901, vendors began selling hot dachsund sausages in rolls.
  3. The most popular condiment for adults is mustard, while children prefer ketchup.
  4. The first words Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse ever uttered in a cartoon were “hot dogs” in “The Karnival Kid” in 1929.
  5. The average American is believed to eat approximately 60 hot dogs every year.

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Today’s Pinterest Board : Hot Dog

Today’s Food History

  • 1859 Thomas Nuttall died. An English naturalist and botanist, he collected and studied plants around the Chesapeake Bay area in the U.S.
  • 1898 Waldo Lonsbury Semon was born. Semon was an American Inventor who is credited with the invention of Vinyl. Vinyl is the 2nd most used plastic in the world. Semon held over 100 patents.
  • 1913 The official route of the Lincoln Highway was announced. It was the first coast to coast highway, running from New York to San Francisco.
  • 1949 Barriemore Barlow of the music group ‘Jethro Tull’ was born.
  • 2001 The first case of mad-cow disease in Asian animals was reported in a dairy cow in Japan.

National Hot Dog Day

Posted on July 23, 2013

National Hot Dog Day

Five Food Finds about Hot Dogs

  • It is estimated that over seven billion hot dogs will be eaten by Americans between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
  • The term “hot dog” is credited to sports cartoonist Tad Dorgan. At a baseball game in New York in 1901, vendors began selling hot dachsund sausages in rolls.
  • The most popular condiment for adults is mustard, while children prefer ketchup.
  • The first words Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse ever uttered in a cartoon were “hot dogs” in “The Karnival Kid” in 1929.
  • The average American is believed to eat approximately 60 hot dogs every year.

 

July 18 – National Caviar Day

Posted on July 18, 2012

National Caviar Day

Five Food Finds about Caviar

  • True caviar comes from the icy waters of the Caspian Sea where the environment is most conducive to producing the finest sturgeon.
  • Today with sturgeon facing extinction caviar will remain a delicacy and very expensive.
  • The United States imports approximately sixty percent of the total world caviar supply.
  • Caviar is full of proteins, vitamines, low in calories and thus is a complete meal by itself.
  • Caviar is being given to patients after surgery to aid their recovery.

 

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1867 36 inches of rain fell in 36 hours at Sauk Center, Minnesota.

1892 Thomas Cook died. In 1841 Cook hired a special excursion train between Leicester and Loughborough in England for a temperance meeting. The beginning of Thomas Cook & Son, the worldwide travel agency.

1936 The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is invented. It is a giant hot dog on wheels. Invented by Carl Mayer, nephew of Oscar Mayer, it was built by General Body Company at Chicago, Illinois. There are now a fleet of six.

1949 Wally Bryson of the music group ‘The Raspberries’ was born.

1968 ‘Grazing In The Grass’ by Hugh Masekela is #1 on the charts

1994 Crayola introduced scented crayons.

 

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