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National Pie Day (January 23) U.S. Observance
"The American Pie Council (APC) is an organization committed to "preserving America's pie heritage and promotes America's love affair with the food". The Council offers both personal and commercial memberships that allow participants to have discussions and swap recipes with fellow pie lovers.

National Pie Day occurs on January 23rd. This should not be confused with Pi Day which the U.S. Congress recognizes as March 14th."

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National Rhubarb Pie Day Day (January 23) U.S. Observance
"Rhubarb pie is a pie that is particularly popular in those areas where the rhubarb plant is commonly cultivated, including the British Isles and the New England region of the United States. Besides diced rhubarb, it almost always contains a large amount of sugar to balance the intense tartness of the plant. Rhubarb pie is often eaten together with ice cream.

In Canada and the United States, strawberry-rhubarb pie is a popular late-spring pie,
generally combining the last rhubarb of the season with the first of the strawberries."

We celebrate "National Rhubarb Pie Day" along with other pie holidays:

  •  Great American Pie Month  • Cherry Pie Day  • Peach Pie Day
  • Raspberry Cream Pie Day   • Lemon Meringue Pie Day  • Pecan Pie Day

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National Handwriting Day (January 23)
"Penmanship or handwriting is the art of writing with the hand and a writing instrument. Styles of handwriting are also called hands or scripts.

Ancient Roman handwriting styles included Roman cursive, and the more calligraphic rustic capitals and square capitals, the latter of which forms the basis for modern capital letters and was used in stone inscriptions."

On National Handwriting Day, have some fun by learning a new way to write.
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Feast day of the following saints in the Roman Catholic Church (January 23) World
"The calendar of saints is a traditional Christian method of organizing a liturgical year by associating each day with one or more saints and referring to the day as that saint's feast day. The system arose from the very early Christian custom of annual commemoration of martyrs on the dates of their deaths, or birth into heaven, and is thus referred to in Latin as dies natalis ("day of birth").

"As the number of recognized saints increased during Late Antiquity and the first half of the Middle Ages, eventually every day of the year had at least one saint who was commemorated on that date. To deal with this increase, some people were moved to alternate days in some traditions or completely removed, with the result that some saints have more than one feast day."

       •  Abakuh
       •  Blessed Marianne of Molokai
       •  Emerentiana
       •  January 23 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
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Other noted Observances for January 23
  •  Bounty Day, celebrate the burning of the Bounty in 1790 (Pitcairn Island)
  •  Lichtenstein Foundation Day (January 23)
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Significant January
• January Flower of the monthCarnation, Snowdrop.
Zodiac Signs:  Capricorn / The Goat / Dec. 22 - Jan. 19 -
  Pisces / The Fish / Feb.19 - Mar. 20
• The name for the Moon in  January is called Old Moon,
  Moon after Yule, Storm Moon.
• The Full Moon: Find out when it's a Full Moon in January.
• January Birthstone:  Garnet - Meaning: Constancy

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See Also:
Recipe Directory for Traditional Holiday Food
January Holiday Calendar & Observances
January Food Holidays
Weird January Holidays

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