Things To Know About The History Of Father’s Day
1. Sonora Dodd of Spokane, Wash. is given credit for establishing Father’s Day in 1909 after listening to a Mother’s Day Sermon. Dodd wanted to honor her widowed Civil War veteran father, William Smart, and picked June 17, 1910 in honor of her father’s birthday.
2. The commercial success of Anna Jarvis’ Mother’s Day helped turn Father’s Day into an official holiday — President Lyndon Johnson issued a proclamation in 1966 issuing the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day and President Richard Nixon signed it into law.
3. Father’s Day falls on the third Sunday of June every year.
4. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, as of 2008, there are an estimated 70.1 million fathers. Globally speaking, there are 1.5 billion fathers worldwide and each year, 122 million children are born worldwide.
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Broiled: basted with butter,served with fresh lemon and fruit salsa
Charbroiled: basted with butter,served with fresh lemon and fruit salsa
Poached: in dry vermouth, with capers and tarragon, served with fresh lemon and hollandaise sauce
Amandine: on the griddle with a light breading of seasoned Panko bread crumbs, topped with toasted almonds and lemon butter sauce
Cajun: coated with cajun spices and grilled on the griddle (spicy hot)
Easy Cajun: lightly coated with cajun spices and grilled on the griddle
Oven Roasted: with garlic lemon butter served with tartar sauce
Piccata: on the griddle with a light coating of flour, topped with capers, mushrooms and lemon butter sauce
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