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August 4, 2022 - NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DAY – NATIONAL IPA DAY – NATIONAL COAST GUARD DAY

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AUGUST 4, 2022 | NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DAY | NATIONAL IPA DAY | NATIONAL COAST GUARD DAY

Chocolate Chip Cookie Day | August 4

NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DAY | AUGUST 4

On August 4th, National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day gives us an opportunity to dunk America’s #1 favorite cookie. Whether yours are homemade or storebought, pour a glass of milk and enjoy. Read more…

National IPA Day | First Thursday in August

National IPA Day – First Thursday in August

National IPA Day on the first Thursday in August celebrates the beer known as India Pale Ale Beer. Read more…

National Coast Guard Day | August 4

NATIONAL COAST GUARD DAY | AUGUST 4

National Coast Guard Day on August 4th celebrates and honors the courageous work of the service members of Coast Guard. Read more…


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Recipe of the Day

Chocolate Chip Cookies
Prep:  10 minutes
Cook:  30 minutes
Total Prep:  40 minutes
Servings:  3 dozen

Ingredients:

2 1/4 cups flour
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
2 eggs
1 12 ounce package chocolate chips
1/2 cup unsalted butter
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 375°.

In a medium bowl, combine butter and sugar until creamy.

Add eggs one at a time.

Stir in vanilla.

In a separate bowl mix together dry ingredients.

Gradually add to the wet ingredients.

Incorporate the chocolate chips.

Drop by the spoonful onto a cookie sheet and bake for 10-12 minutes.

August 4th Celebrated History

1790

The U.S. Coast Guard is established, serving as the only U.S. force on the seas at the time.

1821

The Saturday Evening Post publishes its first edition. Printed on a press previously operated by Benjamin Franklin, the Saturday Evening Post was stylized after The Pennsylvania Gazette, also printed by Franklin.

1870

Red Cross forms in Britain as the British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded in War.

1919

Musée Rodin (Rodin Museum) opens in Paris displaying the works of French sculptor Auguste Rodin.

1944

Two years after she went into hiding from the Nazis, Anne Frank and her family are arrested.

1956

German Wilhelm Herz breaks a motorcycle land speed record by when he achieves 210 miles per hour at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah.

1971

Pitcher Bob Gibson wins his 200th game in a home game in St. Louis. The final score was 7-2 against the San Francisco Giants.

1984 

Carl Lewis earns his first gold medal at the Los Angels Olympics. He ran the 100-meter sprint in 9.99 seconds.

1984 

“Purple Rain” hits #1 on the music charts. The Minnesota pop-rocker, Prince released the song on July 14th.

August 4th Celebrated Birthdays

Percy Bysshe Shelley – 1792

Known for his romantic poetry, Shelley would also gain a reputation as a rebel.

Louis Vuitton – 1821

Making a name for himself as a fashion designer, Vuitton launched his brand in 1854.

Queen Elizabeth II – 1900

The Queen Mother held her reign longer than any other British monarch.

Louis Armstrong – 1901

Also known as Satchmo, Armstrong’s five-decade career included jazz songs like “Wonderful World”, “Hello, Dolly,” and “Isn’t This a Lovely Day.” The talented musician played trumpet and his voice provided a one-of-a-kind sound.

Helen Thomas – 1920 Journalist

Thomas served in the White House press corps and her career spanned presidents from Kennedy to Obama.

Elsberry Hobbs – 1936 

Hobbs played bass for the Drifters from 1959 – 1966.

Mary Decker – 1958

During her career, Decker appeared in four Olympics, and she’s the only athlete to achieve U.S. records in every distance between 800 meters to 10,000 meters.

Barack Obama – 1961

Serving two terms as the 44th President of the United States, he is also the first Black U.S. president.

Roger Clemens – 1962

As a pitcher, Clemens played 24 seasons in Major League Baseball. Due to his powerful pitches, he earned the name “Rocket.”

Lori Lightfoot – 1962

Upon her election to Chicago’s mayor in 2019, Lightfoot became the first African-American woman elected to the office.

Daniel Dae Kim – 1968

Known for his roles in the television shows Lost and Hawaii Five-0, Kim is also a voice actor and producer.

Jeff Gordon – 1971

The former professional stock car driver earned a long list of honors. Gordon now announces for Fox NASCAR.

Meghan Markle – 1981

Sharing a birthday with the Queen Mother, Markle joined the British Royal Family when she and Prince Harry married.

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