Food Facts & Lore

Wintirfyllith Food Fest

October, being the 10th month according to our modern-day calendar, should rightly be called December. Or, if we were Saxons back in the early Middle Ages, we’d find our inspiration upon observing that this time of year brings the first full moon of winter, and call this month “Wintirfyllith.” Alas, it was the 8th Month… Continue reading Wintirfyllith Food Fest

Food Facts & Lore

June Food Fest

Which one makes your mouth water most? National Steakhouse Month, National Seafood Month or National Turkey Lover’s Month? Oh, and if you’re not into meat and seafood, June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month too. A perfect lineup for al fresco dining, don’t you think? On the other hand, a few of this month’s… Continue reading June Food Fest

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This Week in Food History – 10/02/2017

October is rich with National Holidays. As you might imagine, many pertain to sweets and we’ll get to these as they pop up. A change of season often implies a change in food cravings and October food highlights seem rather à propos. October is National Pasta Month and National Pizza Festival Month. It is the Month… Continue reading This Week in Food History – 10/02/2017