Today Is National

Ice Cream Day!

Today we celebrate Ice Cream

The creamy and refreshing treat has been a favorite for generations, bringing joy to both young and old alike. 

On May 17, 1984, Senator Walter Dee Huddleston 

introduced a bill that would forever cement ice cream’s significance in American culture.  

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The Role of Ice Cream in American Culture

President Reagan’s proclamation emphasized the integral role of ice cream within the dairy industry and its contribution to the nation’s economy. He noted that nearly 10% of the milk produced by dairy farms was utilized in the production of ice cream. 

A Wholesome and Delicious Treat

Ice cream, with its countless flavors and variations, has captivated the palates of people of all ages for centuries. It stands as a symbol of joy, nostalgia, and togetherness. 

The Ever-Evolving World of Ice Cream

From traditional flavors like vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry to adventurous combinations like salted caramel, cookie dough, and matcha green tea, there is an ice cream flavor to suit every taste preference.

National Ice Cream Day: A Time for Celebration

National Ice Cream Month culminates in the highly anticipated National Ice Cream Day, observed annually on the third Sunday of July. This day serves as a celebration of the irresistible allure of ice cream, inviting individuals and families to indulge in their favorite frozen treats. 

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Veggie Facts: Sangria Artichoke

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01 25% daily serving of Vitamin C

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02 Chock full of iron

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03 Loaded with B12

Prep Time: 20 Min

1 ½ cups chicken stock 2 tsp olive oil 1 onion 2 garlic cloves 1 cup rice 2 tsp salt 1/4 tsp curry powder 12 olives 2 artichoke hearts 1 celery stalk

Cook Time: 20 Min


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01 Sunchoke Salad with Raisins

02 Fall Squash Stew

03 Steamed Okra with Tiger Bite Sauce