Wouldn’t it be nice to celebrate a different holiday everyday? Well, you can celebrate a national holiday everyday. There is a national food holiday for everyday of the year. That means that you can do something unique and serve a fun food that goes along with that day’s holiday. November is one of the best times to celebrate national food holidays. Not only do we get to celebrate Thanksgiving, but there are 29 more days of great food holidays.
National Vinegar Day November 1:
This can easily be one of the best food holidays, if you know some fabulous recipes. For example, make coleslaw or make pickled sausages. There are so many great ways to use this tangy ingredient.
National Deviled Egg Day November 2:
Now this food holiday was definitely made for Southerners. To make delicious deviled eggs simply boil your eggs and then combine the yolks with some mayonnaise and crumbled bacon.
National Sandwich Day November 3: Skip the complicated dinner you had planned and serve everyone’s favorite sandwich.
National Candy Day November 4:
Go all out on this food holiday and buy all your favorite candies. Even better, hit your local pharmacies and department stores and stock up on leftover Halloween candy that has been marked down.
National Doughnut Day November 5:
Instead of a breakfast of granola and fruit, stop by your favorite doughnut shop and indulge in your favorite flavor.
National Nachos Day November 6:
November is filled with fatty food holidays, but on this day you can make things a little healthier by making nachos with 93% lean hamburger meat, fat-free refried beans, cheese sauce, tomatoes, green onions, and low-fat sour cream.
Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day November 7:
Almonds and bittersweet chocolate are both good for you. On this food holiday, visit your favorite candy shop and buy a small box of yummy treats.
National Cappuccino Day November 8:
This is the perfect food holiday to celebrate during November. If you’re pressed for time, just grab a cappuccino from your local Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts.
Cook Something Bold & Pungent Day November 9:
I have to admit, this is a weird food holiday. But, if you want something truly bold and pungent, make chicken with 40 cloves. After the dish is cooked, take the garlic and spread it on toasted French bread.
National Vanilla Cupcake Day November 10:
There is something wonderful about a plain vanilla cupcake with vanilla buttercream frosting. Just stop by your local bakery and pick up a dozen (or two).
National Sundae Day November 11:
This is such a fun food holiday to celebrate. Just buy all your favorite sundae toppings, your favorite ice cream, and enjoy.
National Pizza With Everything Day (Except Anchovies) November 12:
Don’t stress too much on this food holiday, just call your local pizza restaurant and kick back with a good movie.
National Indian Pudding Day November 13:
If you happen to be part Native, this is a time to get in touch with your roots. Even if you’re not part Native, this is a delicious dish to make.
National Guacamole Day November 14:
Guacamole, tortilla chips, a football game, and a comfy chair are all your need on this food holiday.
National Raisin Bran Cereal Day November 15:
Finally, something healthy. Have a nice big bowl and you won’t feel so guilty about the first half of November.
National Fast Food Day November 16:
Only in American would you find a food holiday like this. Just hit your favorite fast food place and don’t forget to check the healthy side of the menu.
Homemade Bread Day November 17:
This is a food holiday that everyone should celebrate. Not only is homemade bread delicious, but it’s fun to make as well.
National Vichyssoise Day November 18:
Vichyssoise is basically a chilled potato and leek soup. There are several recipes available online.
Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day November 19:
Relax with a nice cold pop on this food holiday.
National Peanut Butter Fudge Day November 20:
On this holiday, take some time and actually get in the kitchen to prepare a delicious pan of fudge.
Gingerbread Day November 21:
Gingerbread Day is a wonderful food holiday to celebrate towards the end of November. The taste helps get your ready for the big holidays.
National Cashew Day November 22:
Snack on them plain or get chocolate covered cashews.
Eat a Cranberry Day November 23:
Serve cranberry sauce with roast chicken. It’s the perfect meal to serve around Thanksgiving.
National Sardines Day November 24:
I’m sorry, but I really can’t give any suggestions for this food holiday, but if you like this food, you’ll think of something easily.
National Parfait Day November 25:
Here’s another chance to eat something healthy in November. Make a parfait using yogurt, berries, and granola.
National Cake Day November 26:
This food holiday doesn’t have to be complicated. Just use your favorite cake mix and store bought frosting.
National Bavarian Cream Pie Day November 27:
This is another great time to visit your local bakery.
National French Toast Day November 28:
Do something decadent and try stuffed French toast.
National Lemon Creme Pie Day November 29:
Do something really easy and pick up a Mrs. Smith’s Lemon Meringue Pie.
National Mousse Day November 30:
On the last day of November enjoy an easy chocolate mousse by combining chocolate pudding and whipped cream.