2017 National Date Nut Bread Day

Annual Fall

8th September

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20188th SeptemberSaturday
20198th SeptemberSunday
20208th SeptemberTuesday
20218th SeptemberWednesday
20228th SeptemberThursday
20238th SeptemberFriday
20248th SeptemberSunday
20258th SeptemberMonday
20268th SeptemberTuesday
20278th SeptemberWednesday

National Date Nut Bread Day is today. Enjoy a tasty bread for the holidays. It's the perfect bread for the season. It contains nuts and sugar, but is not heavy on the sugar. Date nut bread is quite popular. You can make it yourself, or buy some at the bakery. We suggest a couple of loafs. In our house, a single loaf does not last long.

There is some question as to the correct date for this special day. A survey of the net, resulted in roughly half of the references for this day claiming it is on September 8th. In our survey, a very slight majority record this special day on December 8. We go with the majority for two reasons: First, it is the majority. Second, this day fits well in the holiday season. Date Nut Bread is popular for the holidays.

National Date Nut Bread Day

Enjoy a date nut bread on December 22, because after all it's National Date Nut Bread Day. Date nut breads are special breads containing dates and nuts. Dates have been cultivated and used for nutrition for thousands of years, but it took them a while to make all their way from the sub-tropical areas around the Iraq, over Spain to America. As they are naturally very sweet you would not need to add any honey or sugar to your date nut brad day.

The nuts inside the bread offer a perfect contrast, and the compose makes sure you will be just full up with it. You can use any nuts you like, walnuts, peanuts or pecans. It is also possible to bake cakes or small biscuits instead of a break, so it would be easier to share with your friends when you invite them to celebrate National Date Nut Bread Day.

Get your fill of Date Nut Bread today. After all, that's what this day is for.




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