Food Calendar

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    Andalusia Day, ("Día de Andalucía") is a modern holiday celebrated in the Andalusia region on the southern coast of Spain each year on the 28th of February. Many things that are seen as being Spanish -- such as flamenco dancing, bullfighting, and gazpacho -- are actually from Andalusia.
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    St David is the patron saint of Wales. He is reputed to have had his soldiers attach leeks to their caps so they could distinguish themselves from their enemies.
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    Wakefield Festival of Rhubarb is an 8 day festival that started in 1999. It is held starting at the end of January or the beginning of February.
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    The Doll Festival is an unofficial, fun holiday in Japan, mostly for small girls. In Japanese, the holiday is called "Hina matsuri" ("Hina" means a "doll" in Japanese.) Girls arrange their collection of dolls for proud display on tiered stands in their living rooms.
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    The 4th of March is Poundcake Day. If the day has crept up on you caught you unawares so that you don't have time to make one, sneak out to the grocery and buy some.
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    The 6th of March is Frozen Food Day; in fact, all of March is Frozen Food Month. People have been freezing food for millenia.
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"It is ludicrous to read the microwave direction on the boxes of food you buy, as each one will have a disclaimer: 'THIS WILL VARY WITH YOUR MICROWAVE.' Loosely translated, this means, 'You're on your own, Bernice.'"

-- Erma Bombeck (21 February 1927 – 22 April 1996)

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