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Article 10: Dumplings
 
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              National Dumpling day is a day where you celebrate dumplings. Dumplings are becoming more popular every day! It can be a main dish or an appetizer dish.  Due to its unique form and taste, it is sought out. Dumplings are small pieces of dough around or covered in the filling which can be boiled, steamed, fried, and simmered. All in all, dumplings are great and can be celebrated by taking photos and post them on social media using #NationalDumplingDay.
 
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Source: www.nationalcalenderday.com/september
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Article 9: Julienne Fries
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            National Julienne Fries Day is a day where you celebrate the creation of Julienne Fries. Julienne Fries tend to be crispy and thin and is often called," Shoestring Fries." Although the origin of the julienne Fries is unclear, Eneas Dallas wrote an analysis and a recipe on the Julienne Fries.  He considers one recipe, Julienne Soup, such as turnips, carrots, potatoes, to be cut into long strips or straws. The original Julienne recipe may have come from a woodsorrel soup. Also, the leaves in the woodsorrel soup need to have two cuts. According to Dallas, the woodsorrel was also known in Europe by many names. It was known as  La petite oseille and surelle in France, stub-wort in England, sour trefoil, cuckoo’s meat, and Alleluia or Allelujah. Dallas's third suggestion, The leaves will cook away when the woodsorrel is ready. To enjoy this holiday grab some julienne fries and use #JulienneFriesDay to post on social media.
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Source: www.nationaldaycalender.co/Augest
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Article 8: Sugar Cookies
 
             Sugar Cookie Day is a holiday that honors the creation of Sugar Cookies by eating Sugar Cookies. Sugar Cookies are very appetizing with their sweet and buttery taste combined with crumbliness and decorative toppings. You can make Sugar Cookies by using easily accessible ingredients; sugar, flour, butter, eggs, vanilla and either baking powder or baking soda. Sugar Cookies are believed to have originated from 1700′s in Nazareth Pennsylvania, where Germans settlers created Nazareth Cookie known as today as Sugar Cookies.
 
             Sugar Cookie Day is a holiday that honors the creation of Sugar Cookies by eating Sugar Cookies. Sugar Cookies are very appetizing with their sweet and buttery taste combined with crumbliness and decorative toppings. You can make Sugar Cookies by using easily accessible ingredients; sugar, flour, butter, eggs, vanilla and either baking powder or baking soda. Sugar Cookies are believed to have originated from 1700′s in Nazareth Pennsylvania, where Germans settlers created Nazareth Cookie known as today as Sugar Cookies.
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Source: www.nationaldaycalendar.com/july
 
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Article 7: Pina Coladas
             National Pina Colada Day is a holiday where people get to drink the well know drink, Pina Colada. A Pina Colada is a drink that includes cream of coconut, pineapple juice, rum, and is usually served blended or shaken with ice. There are different claims o The truth is that pineapple and rum have been together from the beginning of the distillation of rum.  However,  pineapple and rum have been together from the beginning of rum. The first written reference to a Pina Colada was in 1922 but didn't have coconut During National Pina Colada Day you don't need to be on a luxurious vacation. All you need is a refreshing Pina Colada to enjoy.
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             National Pina Colada Day is a holiday where people get to drink the well know drink, Pina Colada. A Pina Colada is a drink that includes cream of coconut, pineapple juice, rum, and is usually served blended or shaken with ice. There are many different claims of how the Pina Colada was made.  But the truth is that pineapple and rum have been together from the beginning of the distillation of rum.  However,  pineapple and rum have been together from the beginning of rum. The first written reference to a Pina Colada was in 1922 but didn't have coconut During National Pina Colada Day you don't need to be on a luxurious vacation. All you need is a refreshing Pina Colada to enjoy.
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Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july
 
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Article 6: Blue Berry Muffins
               National Blue Berry Muffin Day is a holiday where you get to eat delicious blueberry muffins. When you eat a blueberry muffin, the blueberries in the muffin taste astonishing. However, did you know blueberries weren't accessible until 1900! Wild blueberries were never successfully transplanted and raised in farms. You weren't able to enjoy fresh blueberries unless you found them in the wild. Blueberries also benefit the human body. Blueberries offer an abundant amount of potassium, vitamin C, and B6.  Blueberries are popular nowadays, they are in various types of foods!  
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               National Blue Berry Muffin Day is a holiday where you get to eat delicious blueberry muffins. When you eat a blueberry muffin, the blueberries in the muffin taste astonishing. However, did you know blueberries weren't accessible until 1900! Wild blueberries were never successfully transplanted and raised in farms. You weren't able to enjoy fresh blueberries unless you found them in the wild. Blueberries also benefit the human body. Blueberries offer an abundant amount of potassium, vitamin C, and B6.  Blueberries are popular nowadays, they are in various types of foods!
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Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july
 
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Article 5: Different Colored Eyes
 
               National Different Colored Eyes Day is a holiday where people with different color eyes celebrate.  The condition of having two different colored eyes is called Heterochromia. This condition has three different variants. -Complete heterochromia – one iris is a different color from the other.-Partial heterochromia or sectoral heterochromia – part of one iris is a different color from the rest of the iris. -Central heterochromia – an inner ring is a different color than the rest of the iris. heterochromia can be caused by a disease, a syndrome, or an injury. Melanin is a substance that determines your eye color. The colored eye may be hyperpigmented or hypopigmented. The surplus of melanin shows hyperplasia of the iris tissues, whereas a lack of melanin shows hypoplasia. heterochromia can be caused by a disease, a syndrome, or an injury. Even celebrities such as David Bowie, Christopher Walken, Dan Aykroyd, Jane Seymour and Mila Kunis have different colors.
 
               National Different Colored Eyes Day is a holiday where people with different color eyes celebrate.  The condition of having two different colored eyes is called Heterochromia. This condition has three different variants. -Complete heterochromia – one iris is a different color from the other.-Partial heterochromia or sectoral heterochromia – part of one iris is a different color from the rest of the iris. -Central heterochromia – an inner ring is a different color than the rest of the iris. heterochromia can be caused by a disease, a syndrome, or an injury. Melanin is a substance that determines your eye color. The colored eye may be hyperpigmented or hypopigmented. The surplus of melanin shows hyperplasia of the iris tissues, whereas a lack of melanin shows hypoplasia. heterochromia can be caused by a disease, a syndrome, or an injury. Even celebrities such as David Bowie, Christopher Walken, Dan Aykroyd, Jane Seymour and Mila Kunis have different colors.
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Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july
 
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Article 4: Emojis
 
             On July 17, people celebrate the holiday Emoji Day for its symbolic icons. Before emojis, there were emoticons. Emotions mean emotions and images. You can find  Emotions inside the text. Emojis, pictured word, was developed in 1990 by Shigetaka Kurita. While working for NTT Docomo, a Japanese telecom company, Kurita design these pictured words on their pagers to make them more appealing to teens. Every year a new emojis come out. Websites such as emojipedia.org keep track of all the emoji updates across all platforms and operating systems.  There are over 1800 emojis in the world today, many of them aren't even emotions. Emojis can also be food, transportation, an assortment of wild and domesticated animals to social platforms, weather.
 
             On July 17, people celebrate the holiday Emoji Day for its symbolic icons. Before emojis, there were emoticons. Emotions mean emotions and images. You can find  Emotions inside the text. Emojis, pictured word, was developed in 1990 by Shigetaka Kurita. While working for NTT Docomo, a Japanese telecom company, Kurita design these pictured words on their pagers to make them more appealing to teens. Every year a new emojis come out. Websites such as emojipedia.org keep track of all the emoji updates across all platforms and operating systems.  There are over 1800 emojis in the world today, many of them aren't even emotions. Emojis can also be food, transportation, an assortment of wild and domesticated animals to social platforms, weather.
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Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july
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Article 3: Penuche Fudge
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              National Penuche Fudge Day is a holiday that celebrates the creation of Penuche Fudge. Penuche is a fudge-like candy made from brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and milk.  Lighter than traditional fudge in color, the flavor of penuche is reminiscent of maple thanks to the brown sugar. If you are looking to celebrate, look try to look for Penuche fudge in New England. There they will add pecans and other nuts, especially if making a candy form of penuche.  Southerners call it brown sugar fudge candy. National Penuche Fudge Day is about enjoying the creamy sweetness of this treat. Whether it is homemade or purchased, anyone can enjoy the Penuche Fudge.
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Article 2: Hot Fudges
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            National Hot Fudge day is a holiday that celebrates the Hot Fudge Sundae desert on July 25th.On National Hot Fudge Sundae Day, we eat the delicious ice cream dessert called Hot Fudge Sundae. To create the ice cream, you need vanilla ice cream, hot fudge sauce, whipped cream, nuts and a single, and a maraschino cherry on top. After you enjoy a Hot Fudge Sundae. Post on social media using #HotFudgeSundaeDay.
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Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july
 
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Article 1: Cheese Cakes
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            On National Cheese Cake Day, people celebrate the creation of cheesecakes. Cheesecake is a luscious dessert that is enjoyed by millions around the country.  The sweet dessert ingredients are a mixture of soft fresh cheese, cream cheese or cottage cheese, eggs and sugar on a crust made from crushed graham crackers, crushed cookies, and pastries. Cheesecakes can be served baked or unbaked, flavored, and with or without toppings. When it comes to a cheesecake there are many flavors, such as blueberry, strawberry, pumpkin, chocolate, key lime, lemon, orange, raspberry, and toffy. Cheesecakes might have been famous in ancient Greece. Aegimus, a Greek physician, has written a book about the art of cheesecakes. In 1912, James Kraft created a form of pasteurized cream cheese.  In1928, Kraft obtained the Philadelphia trademark and sold pasteurized Philadelphia Cream Cheese which is now the most commonly used cheese for cheesecake. North America currently has several different styles of cheesecakes New York-style cheesecake, Pennsylvania Dutch-style cheesecake, Philadelphia-style, Farmer cheese cheesecake, Country-style cheesecake, Lactose-free cheesecake, Cheesecake Kludys, Chicago Style cheesecake, Savory cheesecake. Post #NationalCheesecakeDay on social media and encourage others to join in the holiday.
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Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/augest

Latest revision as of 02:31, 6 October 2018

Derek's Article Summary Page Article 10: Dumplings

             National Dumpling day is a day where you celebrate dumplings. Dumplings are becoming more popular every day! It can be a main dish or an appetizer dish.  Due to its unique form and taste, it is sought out. Dumplings are small pieces of dough around or covered in the filling which can be boiled, steamed, fried, and simmered. All in all, dumplings are great and can be celebrated by taking photos and post them on social media using #NationalDumplingDay.

Source: www.nationalcalenderday.com/september


Article 9: Julienne Fries

            National Julienne Fries Day is a day where you celebrate the creation of Julienne Fries. Julienne Fries tend to be crispy and thin and is often called," Shoestring Fries." Although the origin of the julienne Fries is unclear, Eneas Dallas wrote an analysis and a recipe on the Julienne Fries.  He considers one recipe, Julienne Soup, such as turnips, carrots, potatoes, to be cut into long strips or straws. The original Julienne recipe may have come from a woodsorrel soup. Also, the leaves in the woodsorrel soup need to have two cuts. According to Dallas, the woodsorrel was also known in Europe by many names. It was known as  La petite oseille and surelle in France, stub-wort in England, sour trefoil, cuckoo’s meat, and Alleluia or Allelujah. Dallas's third suggestion, The leaves will cook away when the woodsorrel is ready. To enjoy this holiday grab some julienne fries and use #JulienneFriesDay to post on social media.

Source: www.nationaldaycalender.co/Augest


Article 8: Sugar Cookies

            Sugar Cookie Day is a holiday that honors the creation of Sugar Cookies by eating Sugar Cookies. Sugar Cookies are very appetizing with their sweet and buttery taste combined with crumbliness and decorative toppings. You can make Sugar Cookies by using easily accessible ingredients; sugar, flour, butter, eggs, vanilla and either baking powder or baking soda. Sugar Cookies are believed to have originated from 1700′s in Nazareth Pennsylvania, where Germans settlers created Nazareth Cookie known as today as Sugar Cookies.

Source: www.nationaldaycalendar.com/july


Article 7: Pina Coladas

            National Pina Colada Day is a holiday where people get to drink the well know drink, Pina Colada. A Pina Colada is a drink that includes cream of coconut, pineapple juice, rum, and is usually served blended or shaken with ice. There are many different claims of how the Pina Colada was made.  But the truth is that pineapple and rum have been together from the beginning of the distillation of rum.  However,  pineapple and rum have been together from the beginning of rum. The first written reference to a Pina Colada was in 1922 but didn't have coconut During National Pina Colada Day you don't need to be on a luxurious vacation. All you need is a refreshing Pina Colada to enjoy.

Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july


Article 6: Blue Berry Muffins

             National Blue Berry Muffin Day is a holiday where you get to eat delicious blueberry muffins. When you eat a blueberry muffin, the blueberries in the muffin taste astonishing. However, did you know blueberries weren't accessible until 1900! Wild blueberries were never successfully transplanted and raised in farms. You weren't able to enjoy fresh blueberries unless you found them in the wild. Blueberries also benefit the human body. Blueberries offer an abundant amount of potassium, vitamin C, and B6.  Blueberries are popular nowadays, they are in various types of foods!

Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july


Article 5: Different Colored Eyes

             National Different Colored Eyes Day is a holiday where people with different color eyes celebrate.  The condition of having two different colored eyes is called Heterochromia. This condition has three different variants. -Complete heterochromia – one iris is a different color from the other.-Partial heterochromia or sectoral heterochromia – part of one iris is a different color from the rest of the iris. -Central heterochromia – an inner ring is a different color than the rest of the iris. heterochromia can be caused by a disease, a syndrome, or an injury. Melanin is a substance that determines your eye color. The colored eye may be hyperpigmented or hypopigmented. The surplus of melanin shows hyperplasia of the iris tissues, whereas a lack of melanin shows hypoplasia. heterochromia can be caused by a disease, a syndrome, or an injury. Even celebrities such as David Bowie, Christopher Walken, Dan Aykroyd, Jane Seymour and Mila Kunis have different colors.

Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july


Article 4: Emojis

            On July 17, people celebrate the holiday Emoji Day for its symbolic icons. Before emojis, there were emoticons. Emotions mean emotions and images. You can find  Emotions inside the text. Emojis, pictured word, was developed in 1990 by Shigetaka Kurita. While working for NTT Docomo, a Japanese telecom company, Kurita design these pictured words on their pagers to make them more appealing to teens. Every year a new emojis come out. Websites such as emojipedia.org keep track of all the emoji updates across all platforms and operating systems.  There are over 1800 emojis in the world today, many of them aren't even emotions. Emojis can also be food, transportation, an assortment of wild and domesticated animals to social platforms, weather.

Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july


Article 3: Penuche Fudge

             National Penuche Fudge Day is a holiday that celebrates the creation of Penuche Fudge. Penuche is a fudge-like candy made from brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and milk.  Lighter than traditional fudge in color, the flavor of penuche is reminiscent of maple thanks to the brown sugar. If you are looking to celebrate, look try to look for Penuche fudge in New England. There they will add pecans and other nuts, especially if making a candy form of penuche.  Southerners call it brown sugar fudge candy. National Penuche Fudge Day is about enjoying the creamy sweetness of this treat. Whether it is homemade or purchased, anyone can enjoy the Penuche Fudge.

Article 2: Hot Fudges

            National Hot Fudge day is a holiday that celebrates the Hot Fudge Sundae desert on July 25th.On National Hot Fudge Sundae Day, we eat the delicious ice cream dessert called Hot Fudge Sundae. To create the ice cream, you need vanilla ice cream, hot fudge sauce, whipped cream, nuts and a single, and a maraschino cherry on top. After you enjoy a Hot Fudge Sundae. Post on social media using #HotFudgeSundaeDay.

Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/july


Article 1: Cheese Cakes

            On National Cheese Cake Day, people celebrate the creation of cheesecakes. Cheesecake is a luscious dessert that is enjoyed by millions around the country.  The sweet dessert ingredients are a mixture of soft fresh cheese, cream cheese or cottage cheese, eggs and sugar on a crust made from crushed graham crackers, crushed cookies, and pastries. Cheesecakes can be served baked or unbaked, flavored, and with or without toppings. When it comes to a cheesecake there are many flavors, such as blueberry, strawberry, pumpkin, chocolate, key lime, lemon, orange, raspberry, and toffy. Cheesecakes might have been famous in ancient Greece. Aegimus, a Greek physician, has written a book about the art of cheesecakes. In 1912, James Kraft created a form of pasteurized cream cheese.  In1928, Kraft obtained the Philadelphia trademark and sold pasteurized Philadelphia Cream Cheese which is now the most commonly used cheese for cheesecake. North America currently has several different styles of cheesecakes New York-style cheesecake, Pennsylvania Dutch-style cheesecake, Philadelphia-style, Farmer cheese cheesecake, Country-style cheesecake, Lactose-free cheesecake, Cheesecake Kludys, Chicago Style cheesecake, Savory cheesecake. Post #NationalCheesecakeDay on social media and encourage others to join in the holiday.

Source: www.nationalcalendarday.com/augest