July 23, 2020 – National Vanilla Ice Cream Day | National Refreshment Day
Today we welcome Marlo Anderson back by celebrating his favorite flavor!
Welcome to July 23rd, 2020 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate national treasures and refreshing measures. More after the break from Anna Devere.
It seems as if July has had more than its fair share of ice cream celebrations, but we’re making room for one more on National Vanilla Ice Cream Day. The second most popular ice cream dates back to 17th century France, although most folks agree that it became popular here in the States thanks to Thomas Jefferson. His hand written recipe is still found in the Library of Congress and is served at the ice cream parlor at Mount Rushmore. With only four simple ingredients including “good cream,” egg yolks, sugar and vanilla bean, a national treasure was born. On National Vanilla Ice Cream Day try whipping up your own simply perfect recipe.
Nothing hits the spot like a nice cold drink on a hot summer day. And there’s no better reward for mowing the lawn than an ice cold beer or glass of lemonade. For some reason, these drinks just seem to taste better when you’re hot. They’re called refreshments for a reason, after all; the perfect way to soothe your soul while the sun is doing its worst. On National Refreshment Day, pour yourself a nice tall glass of whatever hits the spot.
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