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All Saints' Day

 

2

 

All Souls Day

Day of the Dead

 

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National Sandwich Day (RECIPES)

 

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7

 

Daylight Saving Time Ends

 

8

 

National Cappuccino Day

 

9

 

National Greek Yogurt Day (RECIPES)

 

10

 

National Vanilla Cupcake Day (RECIPES) BONUS Magnolia Cupcake RECIPE/VIDEO

 

11

 

Veteran's Day

 

12

 
 
 

13

 

Diwali

World Kindness Day

 

14

 

National Pickle Day

World Diabetes Day

 

15

 

America Recycles Day

 

16

 

International Day for Tolerance

 

17

 

National Homemade Bread Day

 

18

 
 
 

19

 

International Men's Day

 

20

 

Universal Children's Day

NATIONAL ABSURDITY DAY

 

21

 

Great American Smokeout

World Television Day

 

22

 
 
 

23

 

National Eat a Cranberry Day (RECIPES)

 

24

 

National Sardines Day

 

25

 

Thanksgiving Day (Co-op is Closed)

Little Brothers: Friends of the Elderly FREE Thanksgiving Dinners

Turkey Trot

 

26

 

Black Friday

Hancock Christmas Walk

 

27

 

Small Business Saturday (Tips & Hints)

 

28

 

National French Toast Day (RECIPES)

Advent Season Begins

Hanukkah Season (November 28th to December 6th)

 

29

 

National Lemon Cream Pie Day (RECIPE)

Cyber Monday

 

30

 

Giving Tuesday

 
    

November 28, 2021

National French Toast Day (RECIPES)

It's National French Toast Day! French toast is the perfect way to start or end your day. Although it is typically made with bread, milk, and eggs, and then topped with delicious maple syrup, many variations of this classic breakfast can be found around the world.

The origin of French toast is unknown, but recipes date back to the sixteenth century in Europe. Prior to the Hundred Years War, French toast was known in England as "poor knight's pudding" because it was a simple and inexpensive dish that a knight with no money could afford. In France, it was called "pan perdu" or lost bread, because it was a way of using lost or stale bread.

Celebrate French Toast Day by surprising your friends and family with breakfast for dinner!

12 Tasty French Toast Recipes to Celebrate the Day...
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