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NOVEMBER 12 - Today in Food History

• National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day
  (Pizza Trivia & Facts   --  History of Pizza)

• Chicken Soup for the Soul Day
  (Chicken Soup Recipes)

• Happy Hour Day (?)

• National Split Pea Soup Week: Celebrated in the U.S. since 1969  (Nov 10-16, 2019 - 2nd week in Nov) [Northern Pulse Growers Assn]   (Pea Soup Recipes)

Australia: [Recycling Week] (Nov 11-17, 2019)

UK: [National School Meals Week] (Nov 11-15, 2019)
 

On this day in:

1901 National Biscuit Company registered ‘Nabisco’ trademark (biscuits, crackers, bread).
(Nabisco Trivia)

1908
William Keith Brooks died. An influential zoologist, he was a champion for the conservation of the Chesapeake Bay oyster. (Oyster Trivia & Facts)

1924 Washburn Crosby Company (General Mills predecessor) introduced 'Wheaties' breakfast cereal.  (Originally called ‘Washburn's Gold Medal Whole Wheat Flakes’).   (Wheaties Trivia)

1926 Jack Ryan was born. Before helping to develop the Barbie Doll for Mattell, Ryan worked for the Pentagon designing missiles!

1936 The first TV Gardening show 'In Your Garden' is broadcast on BBC television.

1936 The Oakland Bay Bridge opened.

1947 Buck Dharma of the music group 'Blue Oyster Cult' was born.

1954 Ellis Island in New York Harbor closed after processing more than 12 million immigrants since its opening in 1892.

1956  Ice cubes, anyone? The U.S. Navy icebreaker, USS Glacier, sighted the largest iceberg ever recorded. At 208 miles long and 60 miles wide it was about the size of Belgium!. The iceberg had broken from the Ross Ice Shelf in the Antarctic.

1974 After more than 125 years, salmon returned to the River Thames in England.

1980 The play 'Lunch Hour' opened on Broadway.

1989 The musical drama 'Grand Hotel' opened on Broadway. It ran for 1,017 performances.
 

 

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