National Fruit Compote Day - 2021-03-01
What is National Fruit Compote Day?
On March 1st, National Fruit Compote Day (hereinafter “NFCD”) celebrates the joy of fruit. NFCD is a mixture day because it represents many types of fruit. The word “compote” is French for “mixture.” A compote is a dessert made from cooked fruit in sugar syrup. It originated in 17th century France. The French believed that "baked" fruit balanced the humidity’s effects on the body, so they invented compotes. In recipes, whole fruits or pieces of mixed fruit are cooked in water with added sugar and spices. You can add complementary spices to the mixture depending on the kinds of fruit you choose. Fruit compote can be served warm or cold. The French initially served fruit compotes as a snack with sour cream and biscuits in the afternoon. In the Renaissance, people began serving them chilled at the end of dinner.
When is National Fruit Compote Day?
National Fruit Compote Day is celebrated on March 1 of every year.
History of National Fruit Compote Day
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