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Ever wondered about all those sweet offerings on your holiday table? You know, the sweet potatoes swimming in a brown sugar glaze and topped with a pillow of marshmallows, or the cranberry sauce with just a hint of orange to add zest to the sweet/tart flavor of the cranberries. There's a long tradition of serving sweet dishes along with the traditional fowl, ham, stuffing and mashed potatoes of a large holiday mean. Of all the sweet indulgences on your table this holiday season, the ambrosia salad is arguably the most colorful and festive, though.Although individual recipes vary, this sweet fruit salad looks as good as it tastes. Food historians believe Americans started serving sweet fruit salads, the precursors of the modern ambrosia salad, around the mid19th century. The ambrosia salad itself was first created a little later, probably at the end of the 19th or the beginning of the 20th century. It was distinguished by the addition of that most exotic of ingredients -- coconut, which was becoming more abundant in the U.S. It gave the salad a distinctive texture that still managed to showcase the flavors of the individual fruits. Care to guess the first cousin of the ambrosia salad? We'll give you a hint. It contains both apples and raisins. If you guessed the Waldorf salad, you're right.In the 1930s, exotic ingredients like pineapple, bananas and coconut were hugely popular. Since many ambrosia salad recipes contain all three ingredients, it's no surprise ambrosia salad started appearing in many of the recipe books of the period and later.If you plan on making a traditional ambrosia salad this year, you'll achieve the best results by reserving the bananas and preparing the recipe a day ahead. Just before serving, fold in the bananas. They'll retain their texture, and the sauce will be rich and flavorful from having had time to mellow.Here's a simple but classic ambrosia salad recipe you'll want to use year after year.Classic Ambrosia Salad RecipeIngredients1 can mandarin oranges, drained (about 11 oz.)1 jar Maraschino cherries, halved and drained (about 6 oz.)1 large banana, sliced1 can pineapple chunks, drained (about 15 oz.)1 cup marshmallows (miniatures)1 cup coconut1 pint sour cream1 tablespoon light brown sugar1 teaspoon saltInstructionsIn a large bowl, combine mandarin oranges, cherries, pineapple, marshmallows and coconut.In a second bowl, combine the sour cream, brown sugar and salt. Stir to incorporate.Fold the sour cream mixture into the fruit.Refrigerate for 24 hours.An hour or so before serving, fold sliced banana into the salad.Recipe serves 6





Not sure about the longest Inauguration ceremony, because traditionally the programs are followed by parties for 5 days... But the Longest inaugural address (10,000 words) was given on March 4, 1841 -by President William H. Harrison


William McKinley Although William McKinley was U. S. President at the beginning of the 20th century, and although his second inauguration was the first inauguration of the 20th century, Theodore Roosevelt was the first person elected U. S. President during the 20th century (in 1904).


William Henry Harrison had the longest inauguration in history. He stood out in front of the Capitol building for two hours giving a speech in the pouring rain without an overcoat, gloves, or had. He died a month later of pneumonia as a result.


President McKinley Inauguration Footage was created in 1901.


in fact since the inauguration of President Obama


George Washington, the first president of the Unites States of America, was the first US president to have an inauguration, and the first to give an inauguration speech. The inauguration was held in New York City which was the first capital.



Warren Harding was the first to ride to his inauguration in a car. I do not think any president actually did the driving to get to his inauguration.


Thomas Jefferson was the first and possibly the last President to walk to his inauguration.


that depends which one? the president one had the president and about... 1million people or so... but really which inauguration?


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The inauguration of the U.S. president takes places on January 20.


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No president ever drove a car to his inauguration. Harding was the first to ride in a car to get there.



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The Presidential Inauguration Day is held on January 20. The term of the president officially starts at noon on that day.


The ceremony in which the President of the United States takes the oath of office is called an inauguration or the Presidential Inauguration.


Inauguration of President Wilson - 1913 was released on: USA: March 1913


President Roosevelt's Inauguration - 1905 was released on: USA: March 1905



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