Roll out the crust and slice up your Granny Smiths, because we're talking about National Apple Pie Day! The most American pie of all pies, even though it was originally from England - plot twist, we know! This day celebrates the delicious dessert that has a crunchy streusel top and a heart filled with sweet, spiced apples.
It's national apple pie day on the 13th May.
The history of Apple Pie dates back to the 14th century, hailing not from the USA, but from England. It was in the 19th century that it was baked onto the American soil and since then, it has been a staple at family gatherings, holidays, and picnics. The thought of a warm apple pie, fresh from the oven, with a dollop of ice cream on top has enough power to make anyone's mouth water!
Our data has detected a whopping 4641 mentions of National Apple Pie Day online. The most mentions were observed on 13 May 2016. This sweet treat must have ruled the internet that day!
The best way to celebrate National Apple Pie Day? Bake an apple pie, of course! Don't forget to share your mouth-watering creations on social media using #NationalApplePieDay. And if baking is not up your alley, worry not, you can just dig into a store-bought pie. The only rule is to enjoy this iconic dessert to the fullest.
The term 'apple pie' originates from England in the 14th century. The first recorded recipe for apple pie was written in 1381 by Geoffrey Chaucer in his book 'The Canterbury Tales.' It described a pie made with apples, figs, raisins, and pears, spiced with cinnamon, ginger, and saffron.
The humble apple pie made its way to America during the 17th century. English settlers brought their love for pies, including apple pie, to the colonies. As apple trees were easy to grow in North America, apple pie quickly became a staple in American cuisine, gaining popularity across the country.
In 1902, the phrase 'As American as apple pie' was used for the first time in the popular newspaper article 'Why a Kentucky Colonel is Proud.' The phrase became synonymous with traditional and wholesome American values, evoking a sense of comfort, home, and patriotism. Since then, apple pie has been regarded as an iconic symbol of American culture.
During the 1940s, apple pie became deeply ingrained in American pop culture. It was featured prominently in various films, songs, and advertisements, further solidifying its status as a beloved national dessert. The association between apple pie and American values and identity continued to grow.
In the 1970s, the phrase 'As American as apple pie' experienced a resurgence in popularity. It was widely used in advertising campaigns, reinforcing the deep cultural connection between apple pie and American identity. The phrase became a catchphrase celebrating tradition, nostalgia, and a sense of belonging.
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