I am really enjoying Jimklag's thread "Today in Railroad History". So I am borrowing the idea, and starting "Today in Food History"' Thanks for the idea and all the information on railroading. November 6 It is National Nachos Day. St. Leonard's Day, the patron saint of greengrocers. In 1914 on this date, Morton Salt first used "When it Rains It Pours", trademark for its salt. In 1976 David Marine died. He was an American pathologist whose research on the treatment of goiter with iodine led to the iodizing of table salt. In 1993 the world's largest peanut butter and jelly sandwich was created in Peanut, Pa. This was largest as to this date. It was almost 40 feet long and used 150 pounds of peanut butter and 5o pounds of jelly.