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National Fettuccine Alfredo Day – February 7

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National Fettuccine Alfredo Day Quote of the Day: “Fettucini alfredo is macaroni and cheese for adults.” Mitch Hedberg Fettuccine Alfredo Day is observed on February 7 in the United States. What is Fettuccine Alfredo? Fettuccine Alfredo is a pasta dish made from fettuccine tossed with Parmesan cheese and butter. As the cheese melts, it emulsifies the liquids to form a smooth and rich sauce coating on the pasta. It’s one of the oldest and simplest ways to prepare pasta. Alfredo Di Lelio gave it this name at his restaurants in Rome, in the early to mid-20th century. Omaha Steaks 1 (18 oz. pkg.) Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo The dish became popularized and spread to the United States. The recipe has evolved and its commercialized version is now ubiquitous with heavy cream and other ingredients. In Italy, fettuccine al burro is generally...

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National Bean Day

Posted by on Jan 6, 2018 in Bean History, Bean Recipe, Bean Trivia, Bestselling crime fiction, Dining, Easy Food Recipes, Easy Recipes by Chef Thomas Jones, Easy Recipes by Chef TJ, ecommerce, Food, Food Blog, Food Holiday Recipes, Food Holidays USA, Food Photo Contests, Food Quote, January Food Holidays, National Bean Day, National Food & Beverage Day, National Food & Beverage Holidays USA, National Food History, National Food Holiday, National Food Holiday Facts, National Food Holiday History, national food holidays today, Online Shopping, Road Trips R Us, Roadtrips R Us, Roadtripsrus,, Travel & Food Blog, Travel Blog | Comments Off on National Bean Day

National Bean Day 2018 Quote of the Day: Whole foods like grains and beans release their sugar very, very slowly because of the fiber in them, and they don’t give you a sugar rush. They feed your cells as needed, and as a result, you have loads of stable energy that powers you through the day. Kathy Freston National Bean Day Today is National Bean Day in the United States. Beans were an important source of protein throughout Old and New World history and still is today. Bean History The word “bean” and its Germanic cognates (e.g., Bohne) have existed in common use when referring to the broad beans and other pod-borne seeds since the 12th century. The oldest-known domesticated beans in the Americas were found in Guitarrero Cave, an archaeological site in Peru, and dated to around the...

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National Maple Syrup Day 2017

Posted by on Dec 17, 2017 in Amazon Gift Ideas, Amazon Gifts, Bestselling author Carolyn Bowen, Bestselling Mystery Novels, Buying Christmas Gifts Online, Carolyn Bowen Author, celebrate national food holidays, Celebrating Christmas 2017, Celebrating National Food Holidays, Celebrating National Food Holidays USA, Chef TJ's Easy Recipes, Christmas Gifts 2017, Christmas Shopping 2017, Christmas Shopping Online, Christmas Shopping Online 2017, Corner Gift Shop, Crime Fiction Novels, Daily Food Holidays, December 2017 Daily Food & Beverage Holidays, December 2017 Food Holidays, December 2017 National Food Holidays, December National Food Holidays, Food, Food & Beverage History, Food Blog, Food Holiday History, Food Holiday Recipes, Food Holidays USA, Food Quote, Food Quotes From Movies, Food Recipe, Food Recipes for National Food Holidays, French Toast Soufflé, Holiday Getaways, holiday gift giving, Holiday Gift Ideas, Holiday Online Shopping, Holiday Season Shopping, Holiday Shopping Online, Holiday Travel, maple syrup, National Maple Syrup Day 2017, Roadtrips R Us, Roadtripsrus,, Today in Food History, Travel, Travel Blog | Comments Off on National Maple Syrup Day 2017

Quote of the Day: I happen to know everything there is to know about maple syrup. I love maple syrup! I love maple syrup on pancakes, I love it on pizza! I love to take maple syrup and put a little bit in my hair when I’ve had a rough week. What do you think holds it up slick? The Wedding Crashers National Maple Syrup Day 2017 Today is National Maple Syrup Day which works out really well for us breakfast folks. Maple Syrup goes well with pancakes, waffles, French toast, or oatmeal and porridge. This food phenomenon is often praised by culinary experts although the chemistry remains uncertain. Perhaps, it’s truly a gift from nature. Maple Syrup Trivia Maple syrup was first collected and used by the indigenous people of North America. The aborigines harvested maple during the first full...

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National Oatmeal Day 2017

Posted by on Oct 29, 2017 in Food, Food Blog, Food Holiday Recipes, Healthy Foods, National Food Hoidays USA, National Oatmeal Day 2017, Roadtrips R Us, Roadtripsrus,, Uncategorized | Comments Off on National Oatmeal Day 2017

Quote for Today: The prayers we weave into the matching of socks, the stirring of oatmeal, the reading of stories, they survive fire. Ann Voskamp National Oatmeal Day 2017 National Oatmeal Day 2017 Today is National Oatmeal Day! What is the first thing that comes to mind about National Oatmeal Day? I love the original old-fashioned Quaker Oats for morning breakfast, especially in the winter. But – oatmeal raisin cookies are my favorite! Keep reading for my favorite recipe! What is Oatmeal? The term “oatmeal” is used in the US, Australia, and parts of Canada as another word for an oat porridge made from either the ground, steel-cut, or rolled oats. Wikipedia Health Benefits The Food and Drug Administration (1997) ruled that consuming oat bran or whole rolled oats can lower the risk of heart disease when combined with a...

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