Gingerbread Day 2014

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A delicious spicy-sweet having main ingredients as pure ginger and sugar in the form of a yummy cookie or a tasty cake is a Gingerbread. It really is a fine combination of satisfactory flavors. Gingerbread day is celebrated in the European and the Western countries in which the kids and grown-ups both enjoy making fine homemade gingerbread recipes along other sweet dishes and enjoy them with their friends and families. This day is celebrated for those who don’t know the taste and the aroma of a gingerbread and who haven’t tried to make it at their homes. Gingerbread varieties doesn’t include only the cookies and the cakes, the experts have tried to make small and gigantic gingerbread houses in the memory of this joyful event.

The Gingerbread Day 2014:

The Gingerbread Day 2014: is on June 5, 2014, a Thursday.

This joyful event is celebrated mostly on every 5th of June, although It is been celebrated on different dates. There are many opinions about the dates, either of June, July, November or December. The Gingerbread day will be celebrated this year on Saturday, December 6th at 6:30 P.M and on Sומגשט, December  7 in the morning at 10 A.M and in the afternoon at 1 P.M and 3 P.M.

Origin of the Gingerbread Day:

The National Gingerbread day is celebrated every year in the memory of an Armenian Monk, named Gregory. The Orthodox Monastry of Saints claims that the gingerbread was the most favourite food of this monk and it was introduced in the Europe by him in the mid 990’s. The monk used to say that the gingerbread relieves and warms his body and soul, may be because of the spices in it. Since then, the Gingerbread day is been celebrated as a national day. The old French discovered this scrumptious treat by experimenting ginger with spices and honey. It is known as spice bread in French. Originally, it wasn’t a crispy sweet, but later on, some new methods and recipes were developed by the experts to make it more delicous.

How is the Gingerbread day been celebrated?

Gingerbread day is a festival of celebrating the benefits of ginger and the methods of its use in cooking and baking. On the gingerbread day, the all time menu is gingerbread and the things of its kind.

1. How does the celebration starts?

The celebration starts by your mom when she makes some healthy gingerbread breakfast in the morning. Now, you may decide what you want to have for brunch, you may have some buttered pancakes or fried gingerbread, or may be some delicious cookies. In the afternoon, instead of taking tea, you may have a nice cup of gingerbread latte which is a hot drink specified in gingerbread category.

2. The traditional way of celebration:

People also celebrate this day by making gingerbread houses. If you want to make your gingerbread day a more to traditional side, try making the famous gingerbread men, your kids will love to eat and play with their little gingerbread creatures. Gingerbread thin cookies or ginger snaps can also be made as a healthy treat.

The Gingerbread Day 2015:

The National Gingerbread day will be celebrated with the same spirit in the upcoming  year 2014.

The National Gingerbread day 2015 hopefully will be celebrated on Friyday, 5th June. It may change as different people celebrate it on different days. The Gingerbread may also occur in the month of November or December.

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