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Natonal Rhubarb V.odka Day / National Skywarn Recognition Day
NATIONAL RHUBARB **** DAY
Just in time for the SECG.
On National Rhubarb **** Day, pour a glass and raise a toast to the unique tartness that rhubarb brings to this versatile spirit. The first Saturday in December each year provides the perfect time to mix a cocktail with your favorite rhubarb ****.
Rhubarb **** was originally introduced in the United States of America in 2010 by Maple River Distillery in historic downtown Casselton, North Dakota. Rhubarb grows locally and gardeners love it. The idea grew to infuse Rhubarb into ****. The results were an instant hit and the distilled beverage enjoys popular enjoyment across the USA.
While many think of rhubarb as a vegetable, it is actually a fruit by law. In 1947, the decision came to a New York court. The court determined that rhubarb is more frequently used as a fruit than a vegetable in the United States. As a result, the court’s determined that for the purposes of duties and regulations that rhubarb would be deemed a fruit.
Just like other spirits, rhubarb **** is quite versatile. Don’t hesitate to experiment. Combine rhubarb **** with sparkling wine or soda for that celebratory fizz. Add fresh fruit or rim the glass with sugar or dried herbs. Rhubarb **** makes a delicious martini, mimosa and cosmopolitan, too.
Is it just me or is it odd that v.odka would be censored? Is it the Russians and/or the Ukranians doing this?
NATIONAL SKYWARN RECOGNITION DAY
SKYWARN® Recognition Day acknowledges the contributions of public service volunteers who provide essential weather information as it’s happening. Each year on the first Saturday in December, the day honors those volunteers who pay attention when the wind picks up, or the sky turns dark. Their efforts keep their communities safer by communication warnings to the National Weather Service.
The observance recognizes the vital public service contributions that Amateur Radio operators make during National Weather Service severe weather warning operations. It also strengthens the bond between Amateur Radio operators and the local National Weather Service.
Around the country, nearly 290,000 Skywarn® weather spotters volunteer their time. They identify severe weather that could potentially affect life and property. Spotters warn the National Weather Service of the threat of thunderstorms, tornados, and floods.
Skywarn® spotters complete training through a variety of formats and communicate through amateur radio. As members of their community, they’re vital resources both locally and on a national basis.