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      NATIONAL CHEDDAR DAY

      National Cheddar Day adds some cheesy goodness on February 13th!
      Grilled cheese would be buttered bread without melt-able slices piled high; burgers would be lackluster without a perfect ooze; mac & cheese would just be…mac, to be frank. So many of our iconic American dishes simply wouldn’t be the same without a slice of cheddar’s deliciousness.

      CHEDDAR HISTORY


      There’s some history to this love of cheddar as well. How exactly did cheddar become a staple in so many of our favorite foods? Let us tell you!
      Cheddar first rolled into being in the village of Cheddar in Somerset, England in the 12th century. While cheddar accounts for more than a third of all the cheese sold in the United States, it is a royal hit in the United Kingdom where it was created. In fact, more than half of the cheese sales in the UK go to cheddar.
      In 1894, renowned cheesemaker Peter McIntosh brought his cheese-making skills to Tillamook County, Oregon where it rains a lot and the grass was always green. He taught the locals all he knew, and in due time he earned himself the nickname “Cheese King of the Coast.” Today, there are more cows than people in Tillamook, and those local farmers have since formed the farmer-owned cooperative we know today as the Tillamook County Creamery Association.
      No wonder cheddar finds its way into so many recipes or a simple snack. That rich, creamy and sometimes crumbly flavor is what keeps us coming back for more, bite after delicious bite.










      NATIONAL BREAK UP WITH YOUR CARRIER DAY

      On February 13th, it’s time to take stock of your relationship with your wireless carrier. National Break Up With Your Carrier Day provides the opportunity to make the switch. Don’t spend Valentine’s Day in a loveless relationship. Find the carrier who’s right for you.
      Usually, on February 13th most people are hurrying into stores to find the perfect Valentine’s gift for their significant other. But it’s the ultimate day to take stock of your relationships, starting with your wireless carrier.
      Ok. We understand change can be hard. Breaking up is always hard. Your wireless plan is familiar. There’s comfort in the familiar. But your wireless bill could have hidden taxes and fees. You could be paying more than you should. Your carrier may give you the run around when you call them. You never get anything from them.
      It might be better to move on. Think of switching your wireless carrier as switching to a great support team during your breakup. Surrounding yourself with people who care about you and are dedicated to your wireless well-being.
      Break up with your carrier today and experience the wireless relationship you deserve.











      NATIONAL TORTELLINI DAY

      Pasta lovers will enjoy a traditional stuffed pasta during National Tortellini Day on February 13!
      Tortellini is a signature dish from the Italian region of Bologna, where they claim to have created this stuffed pasta packed with flavor. Ravioli, tortellini, and tortellacci are all part of the same family of stuffed pasta. The most common fillings for tortellini are ham, white meat, and Parmesan cheese.
      An organization called The Learned Order of the Tortellini in the city of Bologna has its members wear to the meetings red and gold hats that are shaped like tortellini. They also wear a ribbon, around their neck that has a gold shaped tortellini hanging on it. The Learned Order of the Tortellini has a large membership that is dedicated to the preservation of the traditional tortellini.
      There are many ways to prepare a tortellini dish. You may want to top it with a cheese sauce, cream sauce, pesto or tomato sauce, or follow one of the thousands of cooking blogs available for a great tortellini recipe.


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