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Foodimentary - National Food Holidays

National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day
UK: National Apple Day

Today’s Food History

1422 Charles VI of France died. It was during Charles VI rule that Taillevent was made Master of the King’s kitchens. Charles VI also gave sole rights for the aging of Roquefort cheese to the village of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon, and all Roquefort must still be aged in the caves there today.

1449 George Plantagenet, duke of Clarence was born. Brother of Edward IV whom he was accused of plotting against. He was thrown into prison and secretly executed in the Tower of London. The rumor is that he was drowned in a butt (large cask) of malmsey wine.

1879 Thomas Edison demonstrated the first commercially practical light bulb at his laboratory in Menlo Park, New Jersey.

1990 Tom Carvel died. He was the inventor of the soft-serve ice cream machine, and founder of the Carvel ice cream chain.

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  1. Couldn’t resist showing this to Cimmorene, who has a weakness for cheesecake.

    Not me, though, egg nog has already hit the stores and is my kryptonite. Liquid dessert, that. No, not liquid candy– that’s soda. It is more than liquid candy. Like “think of it and you’ve already gained five pounds” sort of liquid dessert.

    Om nom nom glug glug glug… maybe they’d be great together.

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