This December 29, we bring you two beautiful days to celebrate this day. While National Pepper Pot Day celebrates an old recipe that won the war. On the other hand, Tick-tock day celebrates remembrance of beautiful times in our lives. We all are products of our history and culture. While we set aside some pieces of it in the past, many of its traditions still live on.
National Pepper Pot Day
This treat will warm your heart and mouth. A spicy thick stew which is favorite in many parts of America. This meal consist of beef, vegetables and other hot seasonings. While authentic recipe uses tripe, you can avoid if you want. But before you enjoy this treat, let’s know more about it’s history on December 29. Just like this stew, its history fills our heart with warm comfort and love.
In the year 1977, during the Revolutionary war, this soup served a great purpose. Continental army was facing harsh weather. During battle of Valley Forge, soliders were low on food. Since farmers sold harvest to British Army. Christopher Ludwick who was baker general of Continental army gathered food. The Chef could find some meat, peppercorn and tripe. Putting it all in a pot, this was ingredients of a hot spicy stew. This stew gave soliders heat and warmth during harsh cold winters. It is also called as “soup that won the war”.
How to Celebrate?
To celebrate any good holiday, we recreate its essence. Just like that, we will revisit this delicious recipe. You can cook a nice warm stew using the following recipe. Simultaneously, you can also make different variations of this recipe. If you are someone who does not eat meat, you could try a vegan version of this recipe. While you are all set with your pepper pot stew, don’t forget to share. Enjoy this day remembering heroic events of brave soldiers. You can also watch a good movie as you enjoy this treat.
Whether a digital or classic, clocks play a major role in our daily life. While older generations may remember a classic clock, kids from the 2000s probably won’t. With iPhones and androids, we may not hear the sound “tick-tock” quite often, we most certainly did not forget them. A running clock before your alarm goes off or when you are waiting for the new year to come, holds a special place in our hearts. Let’s know more about it on December 29.
While many may think this day has to do with clocks, it actually has to do more with passing time. Tick-tock day asks you to revisit what you have done with passing time. While productivity is important, everyday evaluation plays a vital role. Ruth and Thomas Roy at wellcat.com created this day. Before it is too late ask yourself these questions. Should I spend more time with my family? Am I making positive changes in my daily life? Don’t wait for the right time. Make sure you make a decision before time runs out.
How to Celebrate?
While it is important to plan, don’t ponder over passed time. Look forward and make a fresh start. From starting a good habit to changing your pillow covers, don’t delay your work. Make sure you recognize important people in your life. Appreciate and love them. Make sure to rekindle those old habits and friendships. make sure that every step you take makes your year 2021 a better one.
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