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- Cherry Pie Day (Today)Cherry Pie Day is the 20th of February. It should perhaps actually be called Canned Cherry Pie Filling Day -- with fresh cherries still a good 4 to 5 months away before they are in season again in the northern hemisphere, you're more likely to toss a can in the cart after seeing the price of fresh ones at this time of year.
- Wakefield Festival of Rhubarb (Today)Wakefield Festival of Rhubarb is an eight-day festival that is held starting at the end of January or the beginning of February. The festival celebrates the early, forced champagne rhubarb that the area is known for.
- The 21st of February is Sticky Bun Day.Read more >>>
- It's incredible how many people just let Banana Bread Day whiz right on by, without knowing what day it was. Life has just gotten too crazy! Banana Bread is dead easy to make, and very forgiving.Read more >>>
- What's this, Tortilla Chip Day? What do you do, eat a Tortilla Chip? Whoever eats "a", as in just one, tortilla chip? If you're really hardcore and energetic about it all, you can make your own, but most of us will just buy a bag. You'll want to invest at least in a jar of salsa to go with them.Read more >>>
- The 26th of February is the day to treat yourself to Pistachios, and learn a little more about them. Many people already know that Pistachios aren't naturally red, but why are they dyed at all? While learning about Pistachios, you can treat yourself to them in baklava or in Pistachio Ice cream, or even in a savoury dish.Read more >>>
- Collop Monday is the two days before Ash Wednesday. Slices of meat are used up, usually along with eggs for breakfast, before Lent begins Also known as Rose Monday, Shrove Monday, Merry Monday or Hall Monday.Read more >>>
- 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.Read more >>>
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