NATIONAL CHERRY TART DAY
National Cherry Tart Day is a tart dispute. While usually observed on June 17th, it is also suggested that June 18th and 21st are also the days for this unofficial food holiday. To be on the safe side, make three.
Now, if you are looking for a cherry pie, we’ve blown the top off that day. Or rather, it’s been left off entirely. A tart has a shallow crust, and the filling can be sweet or savory. On June 17th (18th or 21st), the choice is a sweet and lip-smacking cherry filling!
As with apples, eat the sweetest cherries fresh. Use those sour cherries and sweeten them up with some sugar to make a delicious, crowd-pleasing tart.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalCherryTartDay
We have you covered if you are taking part in all three days. Check out these delicious recipes:
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NATIONAL CHERRY TART DAY HISTORY
National Day Calendar is researching the origins of the sweet holiday. For the love of cherries, we have even more to celebrate:
- Cherry Pie Day
- Great American Pies Month
- Cherry Cobbler Day
- Rainier Cherry Day
- Cherry Turnover Day
- Cherries Jubilee Day
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