March 8th marks International Women’s Day, a day where the world honors the hard work of women in making our world and daily lives better. It is a day that we stop and fully recognize our mothers, sisters, aunts, friends, neighbors, colleagues, teachers, scientists, business leaders, and entrepreneurs who are female, honoring and thanking them for their unique contributions. The roots of International Women’s Day lay in the women’s suffrage movements of the early 20th century. As women petitioned their countries for the right to vote, March 8th was chosen as the day on which to celebrate all women, all across the world.
One by one, countries such as Russia, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, and later the United States, adopted the day as the yearly date of commemorating women’s contribution to the world in which we live. In honor of this day, we at NetCost Market, World of Food, want to take a moment to see some of the top revolutionary contributions that female master chefs have made to the culinary industry. Just in time to treat the special women in your life to something memorable, let us suggest some delicious recipes from these female leaders of culinary creation.
To start, we’ll begin with one of the most famous chefs of all time, Julia Child, a French Cuisine visionary. After revealing her secrets in her premier cookbook, “Mastering the Art of French Cooking”, she received global acclaim for her Michelin-quality recipes. Try your own hand at some of these mouthwatering delicacies right in your kitchen by reading them here.
On the contemporary side, master chef Rachel Ray is a pioneer in bringing delectable cooking to the forefront of daytime television. Whether it be by sampling food from around the world, or by sharing her own creations on her shows, she brings her undying love of food to her audiences, divulging her tips to all. Don’t want to take our word? Well take a look for yourself by clicking here and discovering her exquisite recipes for yourself.
Everything you need for these recipes, and so much more, can be bought at your local NetCost Market, World of Food. Whether you want to unlock the secrets of French Cuisine by following the steps of Julia Child, or just have a go at it on your own, NetCost Market is home to everything you need, from imported cheeses to locally sourced fruits and vegetables.
Make this International Women’s Day one to remember, and don’t forget to show your love by crafting an unbelievable meal with everything you find at NetCost Market, World of Food. By the way, we will be honoring women on Monday, March 8th with a single rose when they enter our stores. Come on in and receive yours!