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National Food Holidays in September? Oh yes we have them! Our monthly calendar has a long list of food observances that's featured each and every September. Our website will cover National Food Holidays, Food Awareness Days, Awareness weeks and Food Awareness months too. We even share traditional recipes in honor of this delicious month.
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National Food Holidays in September
National Breakfast Month - Breakfast is the first meal of the day and did you know "The word Breakfast came about because it means breaking the fast after one has not eaten (fasted) since the night before."This holiday celebrates the many different types of Breakfast around the world.
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National Biscuit Month - "A biscuit is a kind of small, flat-baked bread product that is usually made with a chemical leavener such as baking powder. The exact meaning varies in different parts of the world. A biscuit can be a hard baked sweet or savoury product like a small, flat cake, which in North America may be called a "cookie" or "cracker". The term biscuit also applies to sandwich-type biscuits, where a layer of 'cream' or icing is sandwiched between two biscuits. Some of the original biscuits were British naval hard tack- "

"In American English, a "biscuit" is a small bread made with baking powder or baking soda as a leavening agent rather than yeast. This roughly corresponds to a "scone" in British English usage."

"Biscuits have a firm browned crust and a soft interior, similar to British scones or the bannock from the Shetland Isles. A sweet biscuit layered or topped with fruit (typically strawberries), juice-based syrup, and cream is called shortcake. In Canada, both sweet and savory are referred to as "biscuits," "baking powder biscuits," or "tea biscuits," although "scone" is also starting to be used."
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"Biscuits are a common feature of Southern U.S. cuisine and are often made with buttermilk. They are traditionally served as a side dish with a meal. As a breakfast item they are often eaten with butter and a sweet condiment. With other meals they are usually eaten with butter or gravy instead of sweet condiments. However, biscuits and gravy (biscuits covered in country gravy) are usually served for breakfast, sometimes as the main course."
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National Honey Month - Did you realize that honey is available in many different varieties? When bees visit mostly one kind of flower as they gather nectar, the honey they produce has a unique taste, aroma and color from that particular flower. Other honeys are delicious blends of floral sources (look for Mixed Flower, Polyfloral, Wildflower). So, during national honey month we are encouraged to taste and enjoy all the flavors of honey!
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National Potato Month - It doesn't matter how you cook them- National Potato Month is about enjoying them in more ways than one!  "Potatoes are prepared in many ways: skin-on or peeled, whole or cut up, with seasonings or without. The only requirement involves cooking to break down the starch. Most potato dishes are served hot, but some are first cooked then served cold, notably potato salad and potato chips/crisps.
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National  Apple Month - Did you know that National Apple Month "is a restricted-fund (financially self-supporting) program of the U.S. Apple Association. Originally founded in 1904 as National Apple Week, it was expanded in 1996 to a three-month promotional window from September through November." 
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September is also:
  • National Chicken Month
  • National Rice Month
  • National Papaya Month  
  • California Wine Month
  • Ethnic Foods Month
  • National Cholesterol Awareness Month 
  • National Ice Cream Sandwich Month 
  • Food Allergy Awareness Month
  • National Mushroom Month
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September is National Food Week of:
          Second week in September
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September is National Food Day of?  Day-Long Observances

  • September 1 - National Cherry Popover Day 
  • September 2 - National Blueberry Popsicle Day 
  • September 4 - National Macadamia Nut Day
  • September 4 - Eat an Extra Dessert Day
  • September 6 - National Coffee Ice Cream Day
  • September 7 - National Napoleon Day
  • September 9 - National Steak au Poivre Day
  • September 10 -  
  • September 12 - National Chocolate Milkshake Day 
  • September 16 - 
  • September 18 -  
  • September 19 - National Butterscotch Pudding Day 
  • September 21 - National Pecan Cookie Day 
  • September 25 - National Crab Newberg Day 
  • September 27 - National Chocolate Milk Day 
  • September 28 - National Strawberry Cream Pie Day 
  • September 29 - National Mocha Day 
  • September 30 - National Mulled Cider Day
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