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NOVEMBER 12, 2021 | NATIONAL CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL DAY | NATIONAL PIZZA WITH THE WORKS EXCEPT ANCHOVIES DAY | NATIONAL FRENCH DIP DAY

NATIONAL CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL DAY – November 12

NATIONAL CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL DAY

National Chicken Soup for the Soul Day celebrates who you are and how you get there. Take time to nurture your soul on November 12th. A little chicken soup does a lot of good. It’s warm and hearty. As we cup our hands around the bowl, the heat…Read more…

NATIONAL PIZZA WITH THE WORKS EXCEPT ANCHOVIES DAY – November 12

NATIONAL PIZZA WITH THE WORKS EXCEPT ANCHOVIES DAY

National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day says to hold the fishes! Anchovy lovers move over on November 12th. All the other pizza lovers get their due and pile on their toppings. This annual pizza holiday gets the spotlight with olives, pepperoni, sausage, peppers, and onions. How about mushrooms, bacon, or pineapple? Approved! Just no fishy… Read more…

NATIONAL FRENCH DIP DAY – November 12

NATIONAL FRENCH DIP DAY

On November 12th, warm up some au jus and celebrate National French Dip Day! Served up hot, tender slices of beef or pork on a French roll make up a delicious sandwich. Sometimes cheese is added. However, the key ingredients are the au jus and spicy mustard. The combination of… Read more…


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November 12 Celebrated (And Not So Celebrated) History
1901 

The National Biscuit Company, headed by Adolphus Green, trademarks the name Nabisco.

1929

Commander Richard E Byrd and crew made the first flight over the South Pole.

1946 

The Exchange National Bank in Chicago opened the first auto bank. The drive-through service was the first of its kind in the United States. Edwin B. Mayer was the first depositor to use the bank.

1954 

Ellis Island closes its doors after serving for more than 60 years as a gateway to the United States for nearly 12 million immigrants.

1980 

NASA’s Voyager 1 flies by Saturn. The second spacecraft to complete a fly by of the ringed planet collected an abundant amount of new data. Some of the findings included previously undiscovered moons and rings around Saturn.

Recipe of the Day

Name: Eggnog Bread Pudding
Prep: 10 Minutes
Cook: 55 minutes
Total Prep: 65 minutes
Servings: 8

Ingredients:

Ingredients:
4 large eggs
4 cups prepared eggnog
10 slices stale cinnamon raisin bread
2 teaspoons confectioners sugar (optional)

Instructions:

Heat oven to 350° F. Prepare an 8 x 8-inch oven-safe baking dish by coating with butter or cooking spray.

In a large bowl, whisk eggs. Add eggnog and whisk well.

Place one layer of bread in the bottom of the baking dish. Pour half of the prepared eggnog over the cubes. Arrange the additional slices on top and pour the remaining eggnog over the bread.

Bake 55 minutes or until a knife inserted into the middle comes out clean. Sprinkle lightly with confectioners sugar. Serve warm with caramel sauce poured over the top.

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November 12 Celebrated (And Not So Celebrated) Birthdays
Letitia Christian Tyler – 1790

The 10th First Lady of the United States, Letitia Christian Tyler was married to President John Tyler. Frail when he ascended to the presidency after the death of President William Henry Harrison in 1840, Letitia would pass away less than 18 months later.

Margaret Corbin – 1751

Corbin is recognized “as the first woman to take a soldier’s part in the War for Liberty.” In 1776, after following her husband into the military to provide cooking, laundry, and medical services, she took her duties one step further. When her husband was killed at the Battle of Fort Washington, she took over his cannon until she too was wounded. The Continental Congress recognized her actions with a pension worth half that of a man’s.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton – 1815

Stanton served as a powerful force behind the women’s suffrage movement. Her advocacy for women’s rights paved a way for greater reproductive rights, property rights and changes in divorce laws, too.

Auguste Rodin – 1840

The French sculptor is considered one of the greatest portraitists. Two of his most recognizable sculptures are The Thinker and The Cathedral.

DeWitt Wallace – 1889

In 1922, Dewitt and Lila Belle Wallace founded the Reader’s Digest.

Grace Kelly – 1929

After starring in several 1950s films, the actress married Prince Rainier III and became Princess of Monaco.

Neil Young – 1945

The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter launched his career in the heart of the 1960s, first as a solo artist and then as a founding member of Buffalo Springfield.

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