National Noodle Day

Noodles have been a staple portion of dishes in multiple cultures around the world for almost 4,000 years. This dish is often made from unleavened dough which is rolled flat and cut into long thin strings. Certain vegetables such as zucchini and sweet potato can also be made into delicious noodle dishes. Noodles are usually…
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September is Honey Month!

Honey has played a role in human culture and cuisine since ancient times. This sweet substance is produced from worker bees from the secretions or floral nectar of plants. Honey has amazing preservation potential with the capability of remaining edible for hundreds of years if properly preserved. Honey is also widely known for its natural…
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Hiroshima Memorial Day

On the morning of August 6th, 1945, the citizens of Hiroshima, Japan had just begun going about their day. Overhead the American bomber, the Enola Gay, was flying at a low altitude over the city center. Air raid sirens had gone off to warn citizens to evacuate a couple of hours prior, but Japanese officials…
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