Category Archives: food

July 27th – National Scotch Day

A “National Scotch Day” in America seems like a contradiction in terms, but this “holiday” is more about drinking Scotch than making it. Technically, by law, whiskey can only be called “Scotch” if it is distilled in Scotland according to … Continue reading

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Truman’s Favorite Dessert for a Presidents’ Day Celebration

Presidents’ Day is an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February to resolve the problem of needing to create a holiday for each separate president (too many holidays go against the “work ethic” it would seem). Indeed, as … Continue reading

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National Pizza Month – Why Is Pizza So Good?

As we established in a post previously at around this time, October is accepted in the U.S. as “National Pizza Month” even though there has never been an official declaration to that effect. No one cares. Alexander Lee, writing “A … Continue reading

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September 18 – National Rice Krispies Treat Day

No one knows quite how or why this “national day” came to be, but it seems that all sorts of foods and creations from foods have their own “holidays” now. In any event, it’s fun to celebrate something with only … Continue reading

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July 19 – National Ice Cream Day

In the United States, National Ice Cream Month is celebrated each year in July and National Ice Cream Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in July. The practice originated with a remarkable 1984 Joint Resolution of Congress, Number 298. … Continue reading

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