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Jul
18
Sat
Caviar Day
Jul 18 all-day
Caviar Day

Caviar Day is celebrated on 18th March each year

In simple terms, caviar is Sturgeon fish eggs. There are several species of Sturgeon fish. As a result, the caviar produced varies in colours depending on the species. Caviar is full of protein and vitamins making the delicacy a healthy meal.

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Use the following two tags when referring to Caviar Day on social media platforms : #nationalcaviarday and #aussietasterecipes

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Mar
15
Mon
Poire belle Hélène Day
Mar 15 all-day
Poire belle Hélène Day

Poire belle Hélène Day is celebrated on 15th March each year

Poire belle Hélène is a dessert made from pears poached in sugar syrup and served with vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup. It was created around 1864 by Auguste Escoffier and named after the operetta La belle Hélène by Jacques Offenbach. Simpler versions replace poached pears with canned pears and sliced almonds.

Poire belle Hélène recipe

Prepare a recipe of Pears Hélène. Add it to an elegant evening or make it to simply enjoy and celebrate the day. We’ve provided a recipe for you to try as well (See above). Share your recipes, too! (Share here) Use the following two tags when referring to Poire belle Hélène on social media platforms : #nationalpearsheleneday  and #aussietasterecipes

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Mar
22
Mon
Bavarian Crepes Day
Mar 22 all-day
Bavarian Crepes Day

Bavarian Crepes (Palatschinke) Day

Bavarian Crepes Day is celebrated on 22nd March each year

About Bavarian Crepes

Bavarian crepes are a delicious, very thin pancake-like dessert, typically made from wheat flour or buckwheat flour, then filled, rolled and then often topped with a glaze, fruit, chocolate or whipped cream. In Bavaria, crepes are called palatschinke. While similar to a French crepe, the Bavarian crepe batter doesn’t need to rest before using

Recipes & Glossary Information

See Palatschinke Recipe & Glossary Information

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Use the following two tags when referring to Bavarian Crepes Day on social media platforms : #BavarianCrepesDay and #aussietasterecipes

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Apr
2
Fri
Good Friday
Apr 2 all-day
Good Friday

In Australia, Good Friday is the start of a four-day weekend and falls during the Easter school holidays. Many people take a short vacation around this time, often within Australia. Others take the opportunity to spend time with their family or friends.

Members of different churches mark the day in various ways. Some churches, especially Catholic churches, see Good Friday as a fast day and people only eat three small meals and, often, no meat at all. Some people substitute meat with fish. Many churches hold special services and some may hold long prayer vigils.

Traditionally, people eat hot cross buns on Good Friday. These are small, bread-like buns flavoured with spices and raisins or currants. Some modern recipes add cocoa to the dough and replace the dried fruit with chocolate chips. All hot cross buns are marked on the top with a cross. The cross is sometimes cut into the top of the bun and sometimes made with a different, paler dough. Some people eat hot cross buns just as they are and others split them in half, toast them, spread them with butter, jam or cream and eat them warm.

A lot of sporting events are held on or start on Good Friday. The Three Peaks Race in Tasmania starts in the afternoon of Good Friday. This event is three-tiered , consisting of a section to be sailed and a section to be walked or run. During the sailing sections, all members of a given team sail a set course down Tasmania’s west coast. During each of the running or walking sections, two members of each team leave their boat and run or walk up and then down one of three mountains. Other well-known sporting events that start on Good Friday are the Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race and the Easter Racing Carnival in Sydney.

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Apr
4
Sun
Vitamin C Day
Apr 4 all-day

Vitamin C Day

Vitamin C Day is celebrated on 4th April each year

About Vitamin C

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid and ascorbate, is a vitamin found in various foods and sold as a dietary supplement. It is used to prevent and treat scurvy. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient involved in the repair of tissue and the enzymatic production of certain neurotransmitters. It is required for the functioning of several enzymes and is important for immune system function. It also functions as an antioxidant

Find out more about Vitamin C

See Vitamin C Information here

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Use the following two tags when referring to Vitamin C Day on social media platforms : #vitamincday and #aussietasterecipes

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Apr
19
Mon
Garlic Day
Apr 19 all-day
Garlic Day

Garlic Day is celebrated on 19th April each year

This pungent bulb is a member of the lily family which includes onions, leeks and shallots. While garlic originated in Asia over 7,000 years ago, it is used in a variety of cuisines, and it is also used for medicinal purposes.

Use the following two tags when referring to Garlic Day on social media platforms : #garlicday and #aussietasterecipes

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Apr
30
Fri
Be Ready For Vitamin B1 – DC
Apr 30 all-day
Be Ready For Vitamin B1 - DC

Today’s Challenge

Eat 1 food rich in vitamin B1, such as eggs, beans, lean meat, or oats.

How to do it

Today, eat at least one food that’s high in vitamin B1.

  • Breakfast is a great time for B1 – try scrambled eggs, fortified cereal, or oatmeal.
  • A bean salad or veggie burger will add some vitamin B1 to your lunch.
  • And at dinner, think about tuna or chicken with some brown rice on the side.
  • For a snack, try a handful of nuts.

Why it matters

Vitamin B1 is actually just one of eight B vitamins. B vitamins change carbohydrates from food into energy, help your nervous system work properly, and are necessary for good brain function. They also help keep your skin, liver, hair, and eyes healthy.

Related Links

Learn more about Vitamin B1 in the Glossary

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May
7
Fri
Roast Leg of Lamb Day
May 7 all-day

Roast Leg of Lamb Day

Roast Leg of Lamb Day is observed each year on 7th May each year

About Bavarian Crepes

The leg of lamb is a mild and tender cut of meat that, when roasted, is a unique and tasty dish to many. A typical preparation involves covering the leg of lamb with butter, rosemary sprigs pushed inside incisions cut in the leg, and rosemary leaves sprinkled on top. The lamb is then roasted for two hours at 360 degrees and usually served with carrots, roasted potatoes, green vegetables and gravy.

Recipes & Glossary Information

See LEG OF LAMB Glossary Information

See ROAST LAMB Recipes

On Social Media

Use the following two tags when referring to Roast Leg of Lamb Day on social media platforms : #RoastLegofLambDay  #aussietasterecipes

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Jul
18
Sun
Caviar Day
Jul 18 all-day
Caviar Day

Caviar Day is celebrated on 18th March each year

In simple terms, caviar is Sturgeon fish eggs. There are several species of Sturgeon fish. As a result, the caviar produced varies in colours depending on the species. Caviar is full of protein and vitamins making the delicacy a healthy meal.

See Caviar Information here

Use the following two tags when referring to Caviar Day on social media platforms : #nationalcaviarday and #aussietasterecipes

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Mar
15
Tue
Poire belle Hélène Day
Mar 15 all-day
Poire belle Hélène Day

Poire belle Hélène Day is celebrated on 15th March each year

Poire belle Hélène is a dessert made from pears poached in sugar syrup and served with vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup. It was created around 1864 by Auguste Escoffier and named after the operetta La belle Hélène by Jacques Offenbach. Simpler versions replace poached pears with canned pears and sliced almonds.

Poire belle Hélène recipe

Prepare a recipe of Pears Hélène. Add it to an elegant evening or make it to simply enjoy and celebrate the day. We’ve provided a recipe for you to try as well (See above). Share your recipes, too! (Share here) Use the following two tags when referring to Poire belle Hélène on social media platforms : #nationalpearsheleneday  and #aussietasterecipes

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