National French Bread Day - 2021-03-21
What is National French Bread Day?
March 21st is National French Bread Day. It's a delicious celebration enjoyed by millions of people each year. It's a holiday that bakes up an impressive number of celebrations across the United States. The French baguette is a long, hard bread with a crisp crust. It is the definition of what a loaf of bread ought to be. In 1920, a French law was passed that said bakers could not start their day before 4 a.m. Bakers know that making bread is an art . Bakers know that the kneading and resting of the dough are just as important as the ingredients. When laws limited their day, bakers knew their product so well, they adjusted by re-shaping their loaves of bread. The long, narrow loaves baked more quickly and evenly. As a result, patrons found the new loaves more convenient for slicing and storing. If you're tired of soggy bread, you'll love these delicious sandwiches. But these high-quality loaves aren't just for lunch. They're also excellent with any soup. And don't throw away the leftovers! You can make a delicious French toast out of them, too. The French have a long history of baking delicious bread, and they've developed laws to protect their bread's quality.
When is National French Bread Day?
National French Bread Day is celebrated on March 21st!
History of National French Bread Day
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