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Culinarians Day

Thursday, July 25, 2013

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When : July 25th

Culinarians Day is a special day for anyone who cooks. That means just about everyone of us get to celebrate this day. You don't have to be a chef, or a graduate of a culinary institute to celebrate this delicious day. You simply have to cook, and to enjoy the results.

There's national concern over growing obesity in America. Recognizing this fact, one would think that this is a huge holiday. However, we found this to be one of the least known holidays in the country..... up to now. Not anymore! We have documented it so all can enjoy Culinarians Day this year, and in future years.

Now get into your kitchen and celebrate Culinarians Day. Cook up a storm. BTW: What time should I arrive to eat!? emoticon

The Origin of Culinarians Day:
Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day. We found no factual documentation on this day, and only sparse awareness of its existence.

This Day in History July 25th

Diocletian appoints Maximian as Caesar, co-ruler. (285)

Constantine I is proclaimed Roman emperor by his troops. (306)

The Arch of Constantine is completed near the Colosseum at Rome to commemorate Constantine I's victory over Maxentius at the Milvian Bridge. (315)

The city of Constantinople is recaptured by Nicaean forces under the command of Alexios Strategopoulos, re-establishing the Byzantine Empire. (1261)

The Battle of Molinella represents the first battle in Italy in which firearms are used intensively. (1456)

James VI of Scotland is crowned as king of England (James I of England), bringing the Kingdom of England and Kingdom of Scotland into personal union. Political union would occur in 1707. (1603)

Dummer's War begins along the Maine-Massachusetts border. (1722)

British governor Charles Lawrence and the Nova Scotia Council order the deportation of the Acadians. Thousands of Acadians are sent to the British Colonies in America, France and England. Some later move to Louisiana, while others resettle in New Brunswick. (1755)

French and Indian War: in Western New York, British forces capture Fort Niagara from the French, who subsequently abandon Fort Rouillé. (1759)

American Revolutionary War: The war's last action, the Siege of Cuddalore, is ended by preliminary peace agreement. (1783)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart completes his Symphony No. 40 in G minor (K550). (1788)

War of 1812: Battle of Lundy's Lane – reinforcements arrive near Niagara Falls for General Riall's British and Canadian forces and a bloody, all-night battle with Jacob Brown's Americans commences at 18.00; the Americans retreat to Fort Erie. (1814)

The first commercial use of an electrical telegraph is successfully demonstrated by William Cooke and Charles Wheatstone on July 25, 1837 between Euston and Camden Town in London. (1837)

Joaquin Murrieta, the famous Californio bandit known as "Robin Hood of El Dorado", is killed. (1853)

American Civil War: The United States Congress passes the Crittenden-Johnson Resolution, stating that the war is being fought to preserve the Union and not to end slavery. (1861)

The United States Congress passes legislation authorizing the rank of General of the Army. Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant becomes the first to be promoted to this rank. (1866)

Wyoming becomes a United States territory. (1868)

After over two months of sea-based bombardment, the United States invasion of Puerto Rico begins with U.S. troops led by General Nelson Miles landing at harbor of Guánica, Puerto Rico. (1898)

Louis Blériot makes the first flight across the English Channel in a heavier-than-air machine from (Calais to Dover, England, United Kingdom) in 37 minutes. (1909)

RFC Captain Lanoe Hawker becomes the first British military aviator to earn the Victoria Cross, for defeating three German two-seat observation aircraft in one day, over the Western Front. (1915)

Sir Robert Borden introduces the first income tax in Canada as a "temporary" measure (lowest bracket is 4% and highest is 25%). (1917)

Telecommunications: the first transatlantic two-way radio broadcast takes place. (1920)

The Nazis assassinate Austrian Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss in a failed coup attempt. (1934)

General Henri Guisan orders the Swiss Army to resist German invasion and makes surrender illegal. (1940)

Norwegian Manifesto calls for nonviolent resistance to the Nazis. (1942)

World War II: Benito Mussolini is forced out of office by his own Italian Grand Council and is replaced by Pietro Badoglio. (1943)

World War II: Operation Spring – one of the bloodiest days for the First Canadian Army during the war: 1,500 casualties, including 500 killed. (1944)

Operation Crossroads: an atomic bomb is detonated underwater in the lagoon of Bikini Atoll. (1946)

At Club 500 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis stage their first show as a comedy team. (1946)

The U.S. non-incorporated territory of Puerto Rico adopts a constitution.(1952)

45 miles south of Nantucket Island, the Italian ocean liner SS Andrea Doria collides with the MS Stockholm in heavy fog and sinks the next day, killing 51. (1956)

SR.N1 hovercraft crosses the English Channel from Calais, France to Dover, England in just over 2 hours. (1959)

In a speech John F. Kennedy emphasizes that any attack on Berlin is an attack on NATO. (1961)

Bob Dylan goes electric as he plugs in at the Newport Folk Festival, signaling a major change in folk and rock music. (1965)

Vietnam War: U.S. President Richard Nixon declares the Nixon Doctrine, stating that the United States now expects its Asian allies to take care of their own military defense. This is the start of the "Vietnamization" of the war. (1969)

Viking program: Viking 1 takes the famous Face on Mars photo. (1976)

Louise Brown, the world's first "test tube baby" is born. (1978)

Salyut 7 cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya becomes the first woman to perform a space walk. (1984)

Israel and Jordan sign the Washington Declaration, which formally ends the state of war that had existed between the nations since 1948. (1994)

Pratibha Patil was sworn in as India's first female president. (2007)

WikiLeaks publishes classified documents about the War in Afghanistan, one of the largest leaks in U.S. military history. (2010)
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