Food Calendar

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    Canada became a country on 1 July 1867. Today is a day for picnics, barbeques, fireworks, concerts and government-issued flags.
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    Moving Day is a national tradition in Québec, where today is called the Jour du déménagement. By custom, leases throughout the nation go from 1 July to 30 June.
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    American Independence Day is a major food day in America. Everywhere there will be hot dogs, picnics, salads, barbeques, brownies.
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    You could use Chocolate Day as a day to indulge in your favourite brand. But we'd urge you instead to use it as a day to be adventurous, and try a type of chocolate you've never tried before.
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    In this day and age of excessive, over the top desserts, when's the last time you had a plain old sugar cookie, crisp on the edges, tender in the middle? Make it from scratch, make it from a purchased log of chilled dough, or hit the bakery and get them ready to go. Sugar Cookie Day, though, seems more of an oven-friendly holiday, that probably would be best celebrated in the Northern Hemisphere during the winter, as July is when the summer heat is just starting to build up.
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    Pontefract Liquorice Festival is held each year in Pontefract, Yorkshire, England. The festival celebrates liquorice because Pontefract, the home of Pomfret Cakes, has long been associated with the production of liquorice.
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