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Have You Thanked Your Culinarian Today? 7/25/2013

Posted by on Jul. 25, 2013 at 11:28 AM
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JULY 25, 2013 – NATIONAL CULINARIANS DAY – NATIONAL THREADING THE NEEDLE DAY – NATIONAL MERRY-GO-ROUND DAY – NATIONAL HOT FUDGE SUNDAE DAY

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NATIONAL CULINARIANS DAY

National Culinarians Day is celebrated each year on July 25 and is a day to honor all chefs and cooks and to show our appreciation to them.

It may be the chef at your favorite restaurant or the person that cooks dinner in your home, which may be you, but whomever it is, this day is all about them.

Culinary arts is the art of preparing and cooking foods. A “culinarian” is a person working in the culinary arts.

Culinary education is available from many institutions offering diploma, associate, and bachelor degree programs in the culinary arts field.  Depending on the level of education desired, this can take one to four years.

If you go out to eat today, make sure and thank the chef….. if you eat at home, thank the cook!  If you are the cook, put on some fun music and enjoy your time in the kitchen!!

Happy National Culinarians Day!

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TigerofMu
by Sonja on Jul. 25, 2013 at 11:30 AM


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NATIONAL THREAD THE NEEDLE DAY

Celebrated annually on July 25, it is National Thread The Needle Day.  This day can be interpreted in a variety of ways as “Threading the Needle” has multiple meanings.

Threading the needle:

  • Practical meaning – Taking thread and guiding it through a sewing needle.
  • Metaphorical meaning – Finding a path through two opposing views.  (often used by politicians)
  • In billiards – precise shooting so an object ball is carefully shot through a narrow pathway
  • Is used as a yoga pose
  • Is used in football
  • Is used in basketball

Celebrate National Thread The Needle Day today as you choose, spend it with friends and family and have a fun-filled, wonderful day!

TigerofMu
by Sonja on Jul. 25, 2013 at 11:32 AM


This is a day for me, because I love Merry Go Rounds, Carousels, whatever you title them!  One of my favorite things, even as an adult!


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NATIONAL MERRY-GO-ROUND DAY

July 25 is a day associated with carnival music and children’s laughter as we annually celebrate National Merry-Go-Round Day.

The merry-go-round (also known as a carousel) is an amusement ride that consists of a rotating circular platform with seats on it for it’s riders.  It’s seats are traditionally in rows and are made up of wooden horses or other animals mounted on posts.  Many of they animals are made to move up and down to stimulate galloping and are accompanied by circus music.

Names of the animals normally consist of Galloper, Jumper, Roundabout, Horseabout and Flying Horses.

Any rotating platform may also be called a merry-go-round and on a playground, is usually a simple, child-powered rotating platform with bars or handles to which children can cling while riding.

  • The earliest known depiction of the merry-go-round is in 500 A.D. in the Byzantine Empire, which depicts baskets, carrying riders, suspended from a central pole.
  • Hessville, Ohio was the site of the first United States created merry-go-round.  It was created by Franz Wiesenhoffer during the 1840′s.
  • July 25, 1871 – The first carousel patent.

To celebrate today, find a merry-go-round and have fun…..they are not just for the kids and there is a kid in all of us!!

NATIONAL MERRY-GO-ROUND-DAY HISTORY

July 25 was chosen as the celebration day for National Merry-Go-Round Day, an “unofficial” national holiday, as it coincides with the first United States patent that was issued for the modern carousel.  That patent was awarded to William Schneider of Davenport Iowa on July 25, 1871.

TigerofMu
by Sonja on Jul. 25, 2013 at 11:32 AM


NATIONAL HOT FUDGE SUNDAE DAY   

Today we honor an ice cream dessert combing hot and cold and loved by most, it is National Hot Fudge Sundae Day.  Annually celebrated on July 25, we honor this tasty treat that has been served to many since hot fudge was first introduced in 1906. 

A variation to the classic sundae, the hot fudge sundae is a creation of vanilla ice cream, hot fudge sauce, whipped cream, nuts (optional) and a single, bright-red maraschino cherry on top.

batjmom
by Sarah on Jul. 29, 2013 at 9:41 AM
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Just bought out Detroits Tigers baseball tickets and they have a big carousel there

Quoting TigerofMu:


This
is a day for me, because I love Merry Go Rounds, Carousels, whatever
you title them!  One of my favorite things, even as an adult!


download (1)


NATIONAL MERRY-GO-ROUND DAY


July 25 is a day associated with carnival music and children’s laughter as we annually celebrate National Merry-Go-Round Day.


The merry-go-round (also known as a carousel) is an amusement ride
that consists of a rotating circular platform with seats on it for it’s
riders.  It’s seats are traditionally in rows and are made up of wooden
horses or other animals mounted on posts.  Many of they animals are made
to move up and down to stimulate galloping and are accompanied by
circus music.


Names of the animals normally consist of Galloper, Jumper, Roundabout, Horseabout and Flying Horses.


Any rotating platform may also be called a merry-go-round and on a
playground, is usually a simple, child-powered rotating platform with
bars or handles to which children can cling while riding.


  • The earliest known depiction of the merry-go-round is in 500 A.D. in
    the Byzantine Empire, which depicts baskets, carrying riders, suspended
    from a central pole.
  • Hessville, Ohio was the site of the first United States created
    merry-go-round.  It was created by Franz Wiesenhoffer during the 1840′s.
  • July 25, 1871 – The first carousel patent.

To celebrate today, find a merry-go-round and have fun…..they are not just for the kids and there is a kid in all of us!!


NATIONAL MERRY-GO-ROUND-DAY HISTORY


July 25 was chosen as the celebration day for National Merry-Go-Round
Day, an “unofficial” national holiday, as it coincides with the first
United States patent that was issued for the modern carousel.  That
patent was awarded to William Schneider of Davenport Iowa on July 25,
1871.

TigerofMu
by Sonja on Jul. 29, 2013 at 3:01 PM
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That's cool!
Quoting batjmom:

Just bought out Detroits Tigers baseball tickets and they have a big carousel there

Quoting TigerofMu:


This
is a day for me, because I love Merry Go Rounds, Carousels, whatever
you title them!  One of my favorite things, even as an adult!


download (1)


NATIONAL MERRY-GO-ROUND DAY


July 25 is a day associated with carnival music and children’s laughter as we annually celebrate National Merry-Go-Round Day.


The merry-go-round (also known as a carousel) is an amusement ride
that consists of a rotating circular platform with seats on it for it’s
riders.  It’s seats are traditionally in rows and are made up of wooden
horses or other animals mounted on posts.  Many of they animals are made
to move up and down to stimulate galloping and are accompanied by
circus music.


Names of the animals normally consist of Galloper, Jumper, Roundabout, Horseabout and Flying Horses.


Any rotating platform may also be called a merry-go-round and on a
playground, is usually a simple, child-powered rotating platform with
bars or handles to which children can cling while riding.


  • The earliest known depiction of the merry-go-round is in 500 A.D. in
    the Byzantine Empire, which depicts baskets, carrying riders, suspended
    from a central pole.
  • Hessville, Ohio was the site of the first United States created
    merry-go-round.  It was created by Franz Wiesenhoffer during the 1840′s.
  • July 25, 1871 – The first carousel patent.

To celebrate today, find a merry-go-round and have fun…..they are not just for the kids and there is a kid in all of us!!


NATIONAL MERRY-GO-ROUND-DAY HISTORY


July 25 was chosen as the celebration day for National Merry-Go-Round
Day, an “unofficial” national holiday, as it coincides with the first
United States patent that was issued for the modern carousel.  That
patent was awarded to William Schneider of Davenport Iowa on July 25,
1871.

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