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Praline Day

Praline Day

National Praline Day is an unofficial food holiday celebrated annually on June 24th. The praline is a type of candy made from nuts (usually pecans) and sugar syrup, sometimes combined with cream and/or butter. It has a sweet and nutty flavour, and a soft, creamy texture.

The origins of the praline can be traced back to France, where it was first made in the 17th century. However, the praline as we know it today is most closely associated with the American South, where it has become a beloved regional delicacy.

To celebrate National Praline Day, people often enjoy pralines as a sweet treat. Pralines can be found in many candy stores and bakeries throughout the United States, especially in the Southern states. Some people also like to make their own pralines at home, using recipes passed down through their families or found online.

In addition to enjoying pralines, National Praline Day is a great opportunity to learn more about the history and cultural significance of this delicious candy. It’s also a chance to appreciate the art and science of candy-making and to share the joy of sweet treats with family and friends.

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}  June 24, 2024
  Monday, 01:43 pm to 01:43 pm
n  Food, Fun Holidays

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