Food & Drink Holiday’s

 


Here Is A List OF Food & Drink Holidays, Make Sure To Add Them To your Calendar So you don’t forget.


January


  • 3 Fruitcake Toss Day

  • 4 National Spaghetti Day

  • 6 Bean Day

  • 10 Bittersweet Chocolate Day

  • 19 National Popcorn Day

  • 20 National Buttercrunch Day

  • 20 National Cheese Lover Day

  • 22 National Blonde Brownie Day

  • 23 National Pie Day

  • 27 Chocolate Cake Day

  • 29 National Corn Chip Day


February


  • 6 Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day – first Saturday of month

  • 9. National Pizza Day

  • 12 Plum Pudding Day

  • 15 National Gum Drop Day

  • 18 National Drink Wine Day

  • 19 National Chocolate Mint Day

  • 20 Cherry Pie Day

  • 24 National Tortilla Chip Day

  • 26 National Pistachio Day 


March


  • 1 Peanut Butter Lovers’ Day

  • 7 National Crown Roast of Pork Day

  • 10 Popcorn Lover’s Day second Thursday

  • 14 National Potato Chip Day

  • 15 Tea for Two Tuesday – third Tuesday in March

  • 17 Corned Beef and Cabbage Day

  • 23 Melba Toast Day

  • 23 National Chip and Dip Day

  • 24 National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day

  • 25 Waffle Day

  • 26 National Spinach Day

  • 31 National Clam on the Half Shell Day

 

April:

  • 2 National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day

  • 7 Caramel Popcorn Day

  • 7 National Beer Day

  • 14 National Pecan Day

  • 16 National Eggs Benedict Day

  • 17 National Cheeseball Day

  • 19 National Garlic Day

  • 22 National Jelly Bean Day

  • 23 National Zucchini Bread Day

  • 24 Pig in a Blanket Day

  • 26 National Pretzel Day

  • 27 National Prime Rib Day

  • 29 National Shrimp Scampi Day

 

May:

  • 4 National Candied Orange Peel Day

  • 5 National Hoagie Day

  • 5 Oyster Day

  • 6 Beverage Day

  • 6 No Diet Day – a true food holiday, if there ever was one!

  • 11 Eat What You Want Day

  • 15 National Chocolate Chip Day

  • 20 Pick Strawberries Day

  • 24 National Escargot Day

  • 25 National Wine Day

  • 31 National Macaroon Day

 

June:

  • 2 National Rocky Road Day

  • 3 National Doughnut Day always the first Friday in June

  • 4 Applesauce Cake Day

  • 7 National Chocolate Ice Cream Day

  • 10 Iced Tea Day

  • 11 National Corn on the Cob Day

  • 16 Fresh Veggies Day

  • 17 Eat Your Vegetables Day

  • 18 International Sushi Day

  • 20 Ice Cream Soda Day

  • 22 National Chocolate Eclair Day

 

July:

  • 1 Creative Ice Cream Flavors Day

  • 4 Sidewalk Egg Frying Day

  • 6 National Fried Chicken Day

  • 7 Chocolate Day

  • 7 National Strawberry Sundae Day

  • 8 National Blueberry Day

  • 9 National Sugar Cookie Day

  • 12 Pecan Pie Day

  • 15 Tapioca Pudding Day

  • 16 Fresh Spinach Day

  • 17 National Ice Cream Day – third Sunday of the month

  • 17 Peach Ice Cream Day

  • 18 National Caviar Day

  • 19 National Raspberry Cake Day

  • 20 National Lollipop Day

  • 21 National Junk Food Day

  • 23 National Hot Dog Day

  • 23 Vanilla Ice Cream Day

  • 28 National Milk Chocolate Day

  • 29 National Lasagna Day

  • 30 National Cheesecake Day

 

August:

  • 1 National Raspberry Cream Pie Day

  • 2 National Ice Cream Sandwich Day

  • 3 National Watermelon Day

  • 4 National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day

  • 6 National Mustard Day first Saturday of August

  • 8 Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbor’s Porch Day

  • 10 National S’mores Day

  • 14 National Creamsicle Day

  • 21 National Spumoni Day

  • 29 More Herbs, Less Salt Day

  • 30 Toasted Marshmallow Day

  • 31 National Trail Mix Day

 

September:

  • 1 National Cherry Popover Day

  • 2 International Bacon Day – Saturday before Labor Day

  • 5 Cheese Pizza Day

  • 7 National Salami Day

  • 8 National Date Nut Bread Day – or December 22!?

  • 12 Chocolate Milk Shake Day

  • 13 Fortune Cookie Day

  • 13 National Peanut Day

  • 14 National Cream-Filled Donut Day

  • 17 National Apple Dumpling Day

  • 18 National Cheeseburger Day

  • 19  National Butterscotch Pudding Day

  • 20 National Pepperoni Pizza Day

  • 20 National Punch Day

  • 24 National Cherries Jubilee Day

 

October:

  • 1 National Homemade Cookies Day

  • 1 World Vegetarian Day

  • 4 National Frappe Day

  • 5 National Kale Day – first Wednesday of October

  • 9 Moldy Cheese Day

  • 10 National Angel Food Cake Day

  • 12 Cookbook Launch Day

  • 12 National Gumbo Day

  • 14 National Dessert Day

  • 14 World Egg Day – second Friday of month

  • 17 National Pasta Day

  • 20 Brandied Fruit Day

  • 21 National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day

  • 22 National Nut Day

  • 24 National Bologna Day

  • 25 World Pasta Day

  • 26 National Mincemeat Day

  • 30 National Candy Corn Day

 

November:

  • 2 Deviled Egg Day

  • 3 Sandwich Day

  • 7 Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day

  • 8 Cook Something Bold Day

  • 13 National Indian Pudding Day

  • 16 National Fast Food Day

  • 17 Homemade Bread Day

  • 23 Eat a Cranberry Day

  • 23 National Cashew Day

  • 25 National Parfait Day

  • 28 French Toast Day

 

December

  • 1 Eat a Red Apple Day

  • 2 National Fritters Day

  • 8 National Brownie Day

  • 9 National Pastry Day

  • 11 National Noodle Ring Day

  • 13 Ice Cream Day

  • 14 National Bouillabaisse Day

  • 14 Roast Chestnuts Day

  • 15 National Lemon Cupcake Day

  • 16 National Chocolate Covered Anything Day

  • 17 National Maple Syrup Day

  • 18 Bake Cookies Day

  • 18 National Roast Suckling Pig Day

  • 19 Oatmeal Muffin Day

  • 22 National Date Nut Bread Day – or September 8!?

  • 24 National Chocolate Day

  • 24 National Egg Nog Day

  • 25 National Pumpkin Pie Day

  • 27 National Fruitcake Day

  • 29 Pepper Pot Day

  • 30 Bacon Day

  • 30  National Bicarbonate of Soda Day


     



Kitchen Hack#324


When Handling Knives

Always cut away from your body when using a knife. It can slip and cut you

Always use a cutting board plus it protect your counter tops,

Keep blades sharp

 Keep knives clean (including handle) slippery handles can cause injuries

Don’t put knives in a sink of soapy water they may not be seen and accidents can occur

Wash and dry carefully keeping sharp edge away from your hands,

Always lay them flat, never on the back or edge

Don’t attempt to catch a knife as it falls better it hits the floor than cut your hand

 Wash knives with warm soapy water after each use.