june 9th national strawberry rhubarb pie day

June 9th: National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day

June 9th is (unofficially) National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day! Rhubarb is actually a vegetable, most often confused for a fruit and is an excellent source of calcium, manganese, vitamin C, vitamin K, fiber and antioxidants. This hardy cold-weather plant grows abundantly in New England and it’s rumored that National strawberry Rhubarb Pie day began

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July 25: National Hot Fudge Sundae Day

July 25th is officially (or perhaps unofficially!) National Hot Fudge Sundae Day! Considering that the month of July is National Ice Cream Month, it’s no surprise that there are a number of national ice cream flavor days, but today is special- Hot Fudge Sundaes are an amazing combination of creamy ice cream with rich delectable hot fudge that ribbons down over the top in the perfect combination of hot and cold.

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august 30 national toasted marshmallow day

August 30 National Toasted Marshmallow Day

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August 30th is officially National Toasted Marshmallow Day! With the very end of Summer near, take advantage of this yummy National food holiday to celebrate in style, invite a few friends over and toast some delicious puffs of sweetness over an open fire. Did you know that marshmallows date back to ancient Egypt? Here are a few other things you might not have known as well as some yummy ways to enjoy these little delights. . .

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june 10th national iced tea day

June 10th: National Iced Tea Day

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Although June is officially National Ice Tea Month, June 10th is National Iced Tea Day; a day to celebrate the most refreshing summer drink of all time. The very first recorded version of iced tea was published in a cookbook in 1879 by Marion Tyree. The recipe stated that one should boil green tea and steep it throughout the day, then “fill the goblets with ice, put two teaspoonfuls granulated sugar in each, and pour the tea over the ice and sugar.” However, Iced Tea wasn’t commercialized until 1904,

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