2020 National Pastry Day

Annual Fall

9th December

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20219th DecemberThursday
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20269th DecemberWednesday
20279th DecemberThursday
20289th DecemberSaturday
20299th DecemberSunday
20309th DecemberMonday

Celebrate this day by making pastries. Don't make just one.  Creativity is big in the world of pastry making. Be sure to try your hand a creating a new pastry. Culinary chefs should put on a show today, with live demonstrations. After all of the pastries are made, make sure to eat you fill of pastries on this very special day.

National Pastry Day is a fun day, created to encourage you to make, and of course eat, your favorite pastries. On National Pastry Day, well known pastry chefs put on a show, making and displaying their finest creations.

National Pastry Day is celebrated each year on December 9.  Pastry is a name given to a large variety of various baked goods which are typically made up of ingredients such as flour, sugar, milk, butter, shortening, baking powder and eggs.

National Pastry Day

There are many different types of pastry, most of which would fall into one of the following categories:

- Shortcrust pastry – simplest and most common.

- Sweetcrust pastry – similar to the shortcrust but sweeter.

- Flaky pastry – simple pastry that expands when cooked.

- Puff pastry – has many layers that cause it to “puff” when baked.

- Choux pastry – very light pastry that is often filled with cream or other filling.

- Phyllo pastry – paper-thin pastry dough that is used in many layers.

Happy National Pastry Day!

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