Ah, National Buttermilk Biscuit Day. It's a glorious day for biscuit lovers everywhere. Whether you slather them in butter, smother them in gravy, or enjoy them all on their own, buttermilk biscuits are a breakfast staple that deserve to be celebrated. So, let's dive into the fluffy and flaky world of these buttery delights!
It's national buttermilk biscuit day on the 14th May.
The internet has played a crucial role in popularizing National Buttermilk Biscuit Day. With 1763 online mentions and a peak on 14 May 2015, it's clear that people simply can't resist talking about these delectable treats. But where did it all begin?
Believe it or not, the origins of buttermilk biscuits can be traced back to the early 1800s. As pioneers ventured westward, they relied on simple ingredients that could withstand long journeys. Biscuits made with buttermilk quickly became a favorite amongst pioneers, as they were both delicious and easy to make.
Fast forward to the internet age, and the love for buttermilk biscuits has only grown stronger. Food bloggers, recipe websites, and social media platforms have all played a part in spreading the gospel of these fluffy wonders. Now, on National Buttermilk Biscuit Day, people rejoice in the chance to indulge in their favorite breakfast treat.
Did you know that buttermilk biscuits have their own unique language? Here are a few biscuit-related terms to add to your baking vocabulary:
Now that you're armed with biscuit knowledge, it's time to get baking and celebrate National Buttermilk Biscuit Day in style!
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