National Cherry Tart Day is celebrated on June 18th every year. Cherries grow on almost all the continents, but they have a short season. That is why bake a cherry tart with fresh cherries when they are available. You can use the frozen and preserved cherries for your tart, but they won’t taste good like fresh cherries. So start plucking cherries for making the best cherry tart! The usage of cherries is utterly limited, the typical dish was the cherry tart with the crust bottom and the sweet filling.
“One must ask children and birds how cherries and strawberries taste”. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
History Of National Cherry Tart Day
It is very tough to say the History of National Cherry Tart Day as no one knows when the day was first celebrated! It is believed that the annual National Cherry Festival held in Michigan is the predecessor of the day. Then the confectioners decided to dedicate the day, especially to the fruit, and what better way than to prepare the tart.
Other Celebrations on June 18
June 18 is also celebrated as
- National Splurge Day
- International Picnic Day
- National Go Fishing Day
- International Panic Day
- International Sushi Day
- Clean Your Aquarium Day
- Sustainable Gastronomy Day
- Autistic Pride Day
- World Juggling Day
How to Celebrate the day
Celebrating the National Cherry Tart Day has many options to choose from as per the time you have. You can observe your day at home or at your favorite restaurant. Invite your friends to your home and prepare the delicious tarts. It is much simpler, you just need to purchase some pre-made tart shells and spoon in some filling. You can even top it with the whipped cream that’s it your tart is ready! You can enjoy eating with your friends or even while watching a movie and can also choose the best place where the cherry tarts will be served on the day. Share your views and thoughts on social media using the hashtags #NationalCherryTartDay.
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