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November 18

National Vichyssoise Day

Pronounced "vee-shay-swah," this silky potato and leek soup is traditionally served chilled, but it is equally delicious when hot.

 
Maine Wild Blueberry Pie

National Blueberry Pie Day

Early Native Americans called blueberries “star berries,” referring to the perfect five-pointed star visible at the blossom end of each tiny fruit.

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November 2015

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November 1Vinegar DayNovember 2Deviled Egg DayNovember 3Vegan MonthNovember 4Candy DayNovember 5Fig WeekNovember 6Nachos DayNovember 7Bittersweet Chocolate With Almonds Day
November 8Cappuccino DayNovember 9Scrapple DayNovember 10Vanilla Cupcake DayNovember 11Split Pea Soup WeekNovember 12Pizza With Everything DayNovember 13Indian Pudding DayNovember 14Pickle Day
November 15Raisin Bran Cereal DayNovember 16Fast Food DayNovember 17Homemade Bread DayNovember 18Vichyssoise DayNovember 19Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine DayNovember 20Peanut Butter Fudge DayNovember 21Peppercorn Month
November 22Cashew DayNovember 23Eat a Cranberry DayNovember 24Sardines DayNovember 25Pomegranate MonthNovember 26Cake DayNovember 27Raisin Bread MonthNovember 28French Toast Day
November 29Lemon Cream Pie DayNovember 30Mousse Day12345

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