Linda’s Kitchen-Fresh Homemade Peach Salsa

Linda's Kitchen-Fresh Homemade Peach Salsa
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8 people 40 minutes
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20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
8 people 40 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Linda's Kitchen-Fresh Homemade Peach Salsa
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
8 people 40 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
8 people 40 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Instructions
  1. Add tomatoes to boiling water for 2 minutes. Remove tomatoes and place in ice water, when cooled remove tomatoes and peel skin. Peel peaches and dice into very small pieces. Dice tomatoes into small cubes. Wash and dice peppers and onions into small pieces. Add all ingredients to tomatoes and mix well. Allow to cool and refridgerate.
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Day 13

September 13th

  • National Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day
  • NATIONAL KIDS TAKE OVER THE KITCHEN DAY – September 13

    National Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day September 13

    National Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day September 13

    NATIONAL KIDS TAKE OVER THE KITCHEN DAY

    National Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day is observed annually on September 13th.

    Kids and teens across the country are called to take over their kitchens on this day using their favorite recipes and make a meal for their family!  (Adult supervision and assistance as required for the younger bakers and chefs in the house!)

    The objective of this mission of the Young Chefs Academy (YCA) is to empower kids and teens to become more actively involved in the planning, preparation and cooking of meals.  The YCA is fostering family bonds and actively fighting the battle against the many serious health and social issues related to youth’s eating habits in today’s time.

    HOW TO OBSERVE

    Let the kids cook for a change of pace. Try one of these kid-friendly recipes to get your children cooking!

    Herbed Chicken Nuggets
    Yogurt Sundaes
    Use #KidsTakeOverTheKitchenDay to post on social media.

    HISTORY

    National Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day is sponsored by the Young Chefs Academy.

    NATIONAL PEANUT DAY – September 13

    National Peanut Day September 13

    National Peanut Day September 13

    NATIONAL PEANUT DAY

    On September 13 National Peanut Day pays homage to mighty and tasty peanut.

    Likely originating in South America around 3,500 years ago, this legume is not a nut. They grow underground like potatoes. Since they are an edible seed that forms in a pod, they belong to the family Leguminosae with peas and beans. When it comes to plants packing protein power, peanuts provide a whopping 8 grams per ounce, more than any other nut according The Peanut Institute. And remember, it’s not a nut! Nuts grow on trees.

    The peanut is also high in antioxidants. Not only are peanuts high in necessary nutrients such as vitamin E, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, B6, iron, selenium, zinc and many others, but when paired with other nutrient-rich foods, studies have shown this amazing legume helps us absorb nutrients better.

    For the longest time, livestock gained the greatest benefit from all these nutrients. Until modern methods came along, planting and harvesting peanuts was a labor intensive and risky endeavor for farmers.Gradually their popularity grew. From Civil War soldiers who found a fondness for them to PT Barnum’s traveling circus. But what made it possible for peanuts to be grown in abundance was an advancement in farm technology. Just like the cotton gin revolutionized the cotton industry, planters and harvesters transformed not only the peanut farm but farming the world over.

    Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack ~ lyric from Take Me Out to the Ballgame (1908) by Jack Norworth and Albert Von Tilzer.

    With the rise in peanut production, there also brought an increase of curious investigation into its possible uses. When the boll weevil wreaked havoc on the South’s cotton crop, Dr. George Washington Carver, who had already been researching this amazing groundnut, suggested farmers diversify into peanuts. It was an economic boon to Southern farmers.  He published his research “How to Grow the Peanut and 105 Ways of Preparing it for Human Consumption” in 1916. His continued research resulted in more than delicious uses for this goober, groundnut or ground pea. From shaving cream to plastics and cosmetics and even coffee, Dr. Carver’s appetite for the peanut seemed to be unending.

    Many of the peanut discoveries Dr. Carver made 100 years ago are still being used today.

    HOW TO OBSERVE

    Explore the world of the peanut and crack open some for a healthful snack. Use #NationalPeanutDay to post on social media.

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    NATIONAL ANTS ON A LOG DAY – Second Tuesday in September

    National Ants On A Log Day Second Tuesday in September

    National Ants On A Log Day Second Tuesday in September

    NATIONAL ANTS ON A LOG DAY

    The registrar of National Day Calendar has designated the second Tuesday in September of each year as National Ants On A Log Day.  This day recognizes this iconic and healthy food snack enjoyed by millions of people across the USA and around the world.

    Ants on a log is a snack made by spreading peanut butter on celery and placing raisins on top.  The snack name was first used in the 1950s.  The typical peanut butter version of ants on a log is recommended as a healthy snack by the McKinley Health Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

    Early September is a time when kids are headed back to school and more importantly, back to studying. To keep them (and their parents) fueled with brain food is an important tool for staying focused.  The designation is to celebrate and encourage healthy snacking using one of the most iconic treats that both old and new generations enjoy.

    HOW TO OBSERVE

    Prepare some ants on a log and use #NationalAntsOnALogDay to post on social media.

    National Ants On A Log Day - 2nd Tuesday in September

    HISTORY

    Submitted by Duda Farm Fresh Foods and Peanut Butter & Co. in August 2014 in accordance with the policies set forth to designate a National Observation Day. This proclamation has been certified by the Registrar at National Day Calendar.

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    DATES
    September 13, 2016
    September 12, 2017
    September 11, 2018
    September 10, 2019

    National Ants on a Log Day* – Second Tuesday in September

    UNCLE SAM DAY – September 13

    Uncle Sam Day - September 13

    Uncle Sam Day – September 13

    UNCLE SAM DAY

    The man behind the iconic image and fascinating nickname for the United States government is recognized on Uncle Sam Day, born on September 13, 1766.

    Sam Wilson, a meatpacker from New York, supplied barrels of meat to soldiers during the war of 1812.  To identify the meat for shipment, Wilson prominently stamped “U.S.” on the barrels.  It wasn’t long before the soldiers dubbed the grub a delivery from Uncle Sam.  As such nicknames tend to do, its popularity spread.

    The first illustration of Uncle Sam is unlike the one we know today.  Published by Harper’s Weekly in 1861, the young government representative (a starred bandana on his head and wearing a striped vest)  is depicted dividing up Virginia like a butcher. The image of Uncle Sam would take many forms over the years.

    Credit is given to German-born illustrator and cartoonist Thomas Nast for developing the long-legged Uncle Sam with the starred top hat and striped pants who is more like the one we know today.  The Harper’s Weekly political cartoonist took on many issues with his Uncle Sam character including Boss Tweed, Union recruitment, and Reconstruction.

    During the modern era, Uncle Sam obtained some color.  The United States Army awarded Montgomery Flagg with the artwork for the familiar portrait used in the “I Want You For The U.S. Army” campaign during World War I.  It first appeared on the cover of Leslie’s Weekly, an illustrated literary and news magazine.

    HOW TO OBSERVE

    Use #UncleSamDay to post on social media.

    HISTORY

    President George W. Bush proclaimed Uncle Sam Day to be September 13, 1989, in honor of the anniversary of the birth of Samuel Wilson.  It coincided with the bicentennial celebration of the City of Troy, New York where Wilson lived and worked.  The City of Try requested the designation of the President.

    On September 7, 1961, through concurrent resolutions Congress officially named Uncle Sam a permanent symbol of American strength and idealism.

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    List of Billboard Hot 100 Number-One Singles of 1970

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    These are the Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 1970.

    Key
    The yellow background indicates the #1 song on Billboard‘s 1970 Year-End Chart of Pop Singles.
    Issue Date Song Artist(s) Reference
    January 3 Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head B.J. Thomas
    January 10
    January 17
    January 24
    January 31 I Want You Back The Jackson 5
    February 7 Venus Shocking Blue
    February 14 Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)” / “Everybody Is a Star Sly & the Family Stone
    February 21
    February 28 Bridge over Troubled Water Simon & Garfunkel
    March 7
    March 14
    March 21
    March 28
    April 4
    April 11 Let It Be The Beatles
    April 18
    April 25 ABC The Jackson 5
    May 2
    May 9 American Woman” / “No Sugar Tonight The Guess Who
    May 16
    May 23
    May 30 Everything Is Beautiful Ray Stevens
    June 6
    June 13 The Long and Winding Road” / “For You Blue The Beatles
    June 20
    June 27 The Love You Save The Jackson 5
    July 4
    July 11 Mama Told Me (Not to Come) Three Dog Night
    July 18
    July 25 (They Long to Be) Close to You The Carpenters
    August 1
    August 8
    August 15
    August 22 Make It with You Bread
    August 29 War Edwin Starr
    September 5
    September 12
    September 19 Ain’t No Mountain High Enough Diana Ross
    September 26
    October 3
    October 10 Cracklin’ Rosie Neil Diamond
    October 17 I’ll Be There The Jackson 5
    October 24
    October 31
    November 7
    November 14
    November 21 I Think I Love You The Partridge Family
    November 28
    December 5
    December 12 The Tears of a Clown Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
    December 19
    December 26 My Sweet Lord” / “Isn’t It a Pity George Harrison

 

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Day 12

September 12th

  • National Video Games Day
  • NATIONAL VIDEO GAMES DAY – September 12

    National Video Games Day September 12

    National Video Games Day September 12

    NATIONAL VIDEO GAMES DAY    

    National Video Games Day is observed annually on September 12th.

    Video game players across the United States enjoy this day with much enthusiasm.  From their very earliest days, video games have gone on to become an art form and industry.

    There was, at one time, a United States National Video Game Team, founded on July 25, 1983, in Ottumwa, Iowa, by Walter Day and the Twin Galaxies Intergalactic Scoreboard. The early games used interactive electronic devices with various display formats. Thomas T. Goldsmith Jr. and Estle Ray Mann filed the first patent for an interactive electronic device in 1947.  It was called the “Cathode ray tube amusement Device”.

    Some other early examples include:

    • The Nimrod computer at the 1951 Festival of Britain
    • 0X0 – a tic-tac-toe computer game by Alexander S. Douglas for the EDSAC in 1952.
    • Tennis For Two – 1958 – An electronic interactive game engineered by William Higinbotham.
    • 1961 – Spacewar

    A different means of display was used for each game from a panel of lights to a graphical display to an oscilloscope or the DEC PDP-1′s vector display.

    • Computer Space, created by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney, in 1971, was the first commercially sold, coin-operated video game.
    • Magnavox Odyssey was the first home console in 1972.
    • Atari’s Pong followed with an arcade version in 1972 and a home version in  1975.
      “The commercial success of Pong led numerous other companies to develop Pong clones and their own systems, spawning the video game industry.”

     

    HOW TO OBSERVE

    Get out your favorite system and spend your time gaming.  Today is also a day to try a new game.  Use #NationalVideoGamesDay to post on social media.

  • National Chocolate Milkshake Day
  • NATIONAL CHOCOLATE MILKSHAKE DAY – September 12

    National Chocolate Milkshake Day September 12

    National Chocolate Milkshake Day September 12

    NATIONAL CHOCOLATE MILKSHAKE DAY

    National Chocolate Milkshake Day is observed each year on September 12 by chocolate and ice cream lovers alike.  Forget the calories in it for just this one day and enjoy a nice tall, thick and delicious, chocolate milkshake! The first time the term “milkshake” was used in print was in 1885.  During this period, milkshake referred to an alcoholic beverage which was an alcoholic drink described as a “sturdy, healthful eggnog type of drink” which was a blend of eggs, whiskey, and other ingredients served both as a tonic and treat at pharmacies.

    • By 1900 milkshakes were referred to as “wholesome drinks made with chocolate, strawberry or vanilla syrup.”
    • The early 1900s – People began asking for this “new treat” with a scoop of ice cream.
    • 1911 – The Hamilton Beach’s drink mixers began to be used at soda fountains.
    • 1922 – Steven Poplawski invented the electric blender or drink mixer.
    • Due to the invention of the blender, the milkshake began to take a chipped, aerated and frothy form as they are today.
    • It was by the 1930s that milkshakes became a popular drink in malt shops everywhere.

    HOW TO OBSERVE

    To celebrate, enjoy a Chocolate Milkshake at your favorite restaurant or soda fountain.  You may want to top off your chocolate milkshake with a dollop of whipped cream! Use #ChocolateMilkshakeDay to post on social media.

  • National Day of Encouragement
  • National Day of Encouragement

    National Day of Encouragement September 12

    National Day of Encouragement September 12

    NATIONAL DAY OF ENCOURAGEMENT

    National Day of Encouragement is observed annually on September 12. This day is dedicated to uplifting people around us and making a positive impact. National Day of Encouragement was intended for all of us to do something to offer encouragement to those around us, whether it is someone at work or in our personal lives.

    HOW TO OBSERVE

    Make deliberate acts of encouragement providing reassurance and inspiration to people around you. High five someone for a job well done. Take notice when a friend is getting close to a hard-earned goal, encouraging them to keep going.  Send a card or give a call or text to a family member who may be struggling.  Remind them how important they are to you.  Use #NationalDayofEncouragement to share on social media.

    HISTORY

    The Encouragement Foundation at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas launched an effort to get Americans to participate in this Day of Encouragement. The first proclamation for the Day of Encouragement was made by Mayor Belinda LaForce of Searcy, Arkansas on August 22, 2007. In September Mike Beebe, the Governor of Arkansas signed a proclamation making September 12, 2007, the “State Day of Encouragement” for Arkansas.

    Later, President George W. Bush also signed a message making September 12 the official National Day of Encouragement.

  • National Boss/Employee Exchange Day – Monday after Labor Day
  • NATIONAL BOSS/EMPLOYEE EXCHANGE DAY – Monday After Labor Day

    National Boss Employee Exchange Day Monday After Labor Day

    National Boss Employee Exchange Day Monday After Labor Day

    NATIONAL BOSS/EMPLOYEE EXCHANGE DAY

    Each year on the Monday following Labor day, you could have the opportunity to see how the other half within your company works as it is National Boss/Employee Exchange Day.

    HOW TO OBSERVE

    On this day, you and your boss can switch places for the day and see how the other one spends their day.  Can you do their job?  Can they do your job? Use #Boss/EmployeeExchangeDay to post on social media.

    HISTORY

    Within our research, we have not identified the origin of National Boss/Employee Exchange Day.

    DATES
    September 12, 2016
    September 11, 2017
    September 10, 2018
    September 9, 2019