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Celebrate the friends you have and make new ones for International Friendship Day, make it a day designed to foster friendships and bridge the gaps between race, color, religion and other factors which keep humans from enjoying friendship with one another

Do you need a recipe to celebrate National Lasagna Day? Check out our DG Culinary adventures for an easy one. Did you know? Lasagna is a flat-shaped pasta that is layered with sauce and various ingredients, the most popular including beef, spinach, cheese or seafood.  Lasagna is believed to have originated in Naples, Italy.

We hope that everyone is having a great summer and enjoying time with friends and family!

In the latest issue, we have a Scavenger Hunt with a lot of great prizes. You could be one of 30 winners!! To enter the scavenger hunt contest, make sure that you have read the rules and how to enter. If you have any questions, please post a comment here and we will do our best to assist you in your submissions!

Give Hugs to your Moms, Dads or adults who are like parents to you in your life who give you unconditional love and commitment for National Parents Day.

Enjoy a Hot Diggy Dog on National Hot Dog Day! For a healthier alternative to processed meat hot dogs, try a veggie dog, turkey dog or hotdog made from soy. Be sure to check out some of the toppings in our DG Culinary Adventures section.

Tell us, What’s your favorite flavor Ice Cream for national Ice Cream Day?  I scream you, scream we all scream for Ice Cream! 10% of milk in the US goes towards making ice cream.

Serves 6-8

As with a baked lasagna, layer noodles, cheese and toppings in the slow cooker and let it cook slowly. Crock Pot meals are great for when you are busy and its hot out but you still want to eat a nutritious meal at the end of a long day.

Do you know how many people are on earth today? 7.5 billion people! Today is World Population Day and it serves to highlight the challenges and opportunities of this growth and its impact on planet sustainability, urbanization, availability of health care and youth empowerment.

Share with us how you celebrated Independence Day, did you wear red, white and blue?

Wear Red, White and Blue, have a Picnic & enjoy Fireworks to celebrate Independence Day and commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.

Did you know?

Independence Day is the most important secular holiday held in the United States. Americans take this day to celebrate all that is American, remembering the great sacrifices of our forefathers as they fought and won our independence from Great Britain.