The Ultimate National USA Food Holidays List
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Writing a food blog is fun to highlight unique recipes and connect with a broad and engaging audience base. In this article, we’ll discuss every national monthly, weekly, and daily food holiday! In addition, we’ll highlight a few different topics ideas you can utilize to make your blog more successful.
January is a time of cold winter winds but is also a time of newness and growth. Its many food celebrations should provide you with plenty of fun writing topics. These include:
- Hot Tea Month – Write about delicious hot teas that keep you refreshed each morning.
- Oatmeal Month – Showcase fun oatmeal recipes perfect for a cold January morning.
- Slow Cooking Month – Highlight your favorite crockpot recipes!
- Soup Month – Share the best winter-friendly soup recipes for this month.
- Baking Month – Show your readers how to keep their kitchen warm by baking.
- Fat-Free Living Month – Get back into shape by living as fat-free as possible.
Bloody Mary Day – Helps with New Year’s Eve hangovers.
Black-Eyed Pea Day – Talk about how to use peas in many soup recipes.
Buffet Day – Highlight the joys of enjoying delicious buffet foods!
Cream Puff Day – Spoil your readers with delicious cream puff recipes!
Chocolate Covered Cherry Day – Share a video where you dip cherries into tasty chocolate.
Spaghetti Day – Produce the biggest and richest spaghetti meal you can find!
Whipped Cream Day – Add a little whipped cream to your deserts.
Shortbread Day – Bake some delicious shortbread!
Bean Day – Show how you can use beans in many recipes.
Other January Holidays:
- January 7, Tempura Day
- January 8, English Toffee Day
- January 9, Apricot Day
- January 10, Bittersweet Chocolate Day.
- January 11, Hot Toddy Day, Milk Day
- January 12, Marzipan Day, Curried Chicken Day, Glazed Doughnut Day
- January 13, Gluten-Free Day, Peach Melba Day.
- January 14, Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day
- January 15, Bagel Day, Fresh Squeezed Juice Day, Strawberry Ice Cream Day
- January 16, Fig Newton Day, Inter Hot and Spicy Food Day
- January 17, Hot Buttered Rum Day
- January 18, Gourmet Coffee Day, Peking Duck Day
- January 19, Popcorn Day
- January 20, Buttercrunch Day, Cheese Lover’s Day.
- January 21, Granola Bar Day, New England Clam Chowder Day
- January 22, Blonde Brownie Day, Southern Food Day
- January 23, Pie Day, Rhubarb Pie Day
- January 24, Peanut Butter Day, Lobster Thermidor Day
- January 25, Irish Coffee Day
- January 26, Peanut Brittle Day
- January 27, Chocolate Cake Day
- January 28, Blueberry Pancake Day
- January 29, Corn Chip Day
- January 30, Croissant Day
- January 31, Hot Chocolate Day.
February is often one of the harshest and most demanding months of the year. During this time, your readers will need some tremendous comfort-food recipes to keep them happy and healthy. The monthly holidays that you can highlight during these 28-29 days include:
- Canned Food Month – Teach your readers how to can delicious vegetables!
- Chocolate Lovers Month – Spoil your readers with delicious chocolate baking recipes.
- Cherry Month – Highlight unexpected ways you can use cherries, such as soaking chicken breasts.
- Grapefruit Month – This bitter fruit can be used in many tasty martini recipes.
- Snack Food Month – Create a video showing how to create healthier snacks.
- Potato Lovers Month – Highlight different unique potato recipes every week, including stuffed potatoes.
- Hot Breakfast Month – Include a restaurant review of your favorite breakfast destination.
- Weekly Holidays
- 1st Week – African Heritage & Health Week – Showcase traditional African recipes, including various chickpea options.
- 3rd Weekend of February – Margarita Weekend – Post 28 different delicious martini recipes for the month.
- Superbowl Sunday – Pork Rind Day – Teach your readers how to bake homemade pork rinds!
Cake Pops Day, Baked Alaska Day, Dark Chocolate Day – Include a step-by-step recipe for your favorite baked Alaska recipe and highlight the health benefits of a dark chocolate dessert.
Tater Tot Day – Tater tots aren’t just a kids’ meal! Showcase loaded tater tot recipes with green onions, bacon, and other delicious ingredients.
Carrot Cake Day – If possible, create a picture collage of your attempts to make a carrot cake with your kids, including funny messes you might make.
Homemade Soup Day, Stuffe; d Mushroom Day – Stuff mushrooms with peppers, beef, and vegetables, and make a rich homemade tomato soup, and share the results with your readers.
World Nutella Day, Frozen Yogurt Day – Discuss the many different ways to use Nutella, including as an alternative to chocolate cake topping. Also, discuss how to make Nutella at home.
Chopsticks Day – Create a list of fun foods to eat with chopsticks, including unexpected things like steak, tacos, pizza, and even soup. Consider this a reasonably light blog idea.
Other February Holidays:
- February 7, Fettuccine Alfredo Day
- February 8, Molasses Bar Day, Potato Lover’s Day
- February 9, Bagels and Lox Day, Pizza Day
- February 10, Cream Cheese Brownie Day, Have a Brownie Day
- February 11, Peppermint Patty Day
- February 12, Plum Pudding Day, PB&J Day, Biscotti Day.
- February 13, Tortellini Day, Italian Food Day
- February 14, Cream-Filled Chocolate Day
- February 15, Gumdrop Day, Chewing Gum Day
- February 16, Almond Day.
- February 17, Cafe Au Lait Day
- February 18, Drink Wine Day
- February 19, Chocolate Mint Day
- February 20, Cherry Pie Day, Muffin Day
- February 21, Pancake Day, Sticky Bun Day.
- February 22, Margarita Day, Cook a Sweet Potato Day
- February 23, Banana Bread Day
- February 24, Tortilla Chip Day
- February 25, Chocolate-Covered Peanuts Day, Clam Chowder Day.
- February 26, Pistachio Day
- February 27, Strawberry Day, Kahlua Day
- February 28, Chocolate Souffle Day
- February 29, Frog Legs Day.
March is often when the year starts warming up a little, providing some relief from the coldness of the previous few months. You can highlight a few season-appropriate dishes, alongside the unique monthly holidays highlighted here:
- Fresh Celery Month – Point out celery’s incredibly healthy nature and create unique dishes that use this food, such as delicious soups and snacks.
- Noodle Month – Break out your favorite filter and highlight pasta dishes, including pasta salad ideas for people who don’t like pasta salad.
- Flour Month – Educate your readers on the nature of flour, why it is so important, how to store it properly, and much more.
- Frozen Food Month – Detail various healthy freezing techniques that will keep your readers’ food strong and minimize freezer burn.
- Nutrition Month – Focus on breaking down important nutrition facts and fiction and make all of your recipes as healthy as possible.
- Peanut Month – Share fun facts about peanuts (such as how they’re neither a pea nor a nut) and discuss their health benefits and potential health problems.
- Sauce Month – Brainstorm unique sauces for various dishes (including any celery and peanut sauces) and post a video making one every weekend.
- Caffeine Awareness Month – Discuss the benefits and dangers of caffeine (such as heart-related problems) and create a plan to minimize this food intake.
Peanut Butter Lover’s Day – Show how peanut butter is more than a bread topping with some great cookie and cake recipes.
Banana Cream Pie Day – Discuss the many ways you can produce delicious banana cream pie, including whipped cream, cherries, and more.
Cold Cuts Day, Moscow Mule Day – Share your favorite cold cut recipes that go well with a homemade Moscow Mule drink.
Poundcake Day – Here’s a fun video opportunity: you and your children decorating a just-out-of-the-oven poundcake!
Cheese Doodle Day – Discuss the nature of the cheese doodle and how you can make some at home for your kids’ lunches.
Oreo Day – Research and highlight the science behind why Oreos taste so good in milk. Show some dunking videos to entertain your readers.
Other March Holidays
- March 7, Cereal Day
- March 8, Peanut Cluster Day
- March 9, Meatball Day, Crab Day
- March 10, Ranch Dressing Day
- March 11, Eat Your Noodles Day; March 12, Milky Way Day.
- March 13, Chicken Noodle Soup Day
- March 14, Potato Chip Day
- March 15, Peanut Lovers’ Day
- March 16, Artichoke Heart Day
- March 17, Irish Food Day
- March 18, Sloppy Joe Day.
- March 19, Oatmeal Cookie Day
- March 20, Ravioli Day
- March 21, Crunchy Taco Day
- March 22, World Water Day
- March 23, Chips and Dip Day
- March 24, Chocolate Covered Raisins Day.
- March 25, International Waffle Day
- March 26, Nougat Day, Spinach Day
- March 27, World Whiskey Day
- March 28, Black Forest Cake Day
- March 29, Chiffon Cake Day
- March 30, Hot Chicken Day
- Turkey Neck Soup Day
- March 31, Oysters on the Half Shell Day, Clam Day.
T. S. Eliot wrote that “April is the cruelest month.” Anyone who’s lived through an April that vaccinates between extreme cold and spring warmth likely agrees. Your readers will need more comfort food during this month and meals that bring them some hope when celebrating these monthly holidays:
- Florida Tomato Month – Discuss Florida tomatoes, what makes them unique, and create various salsas, sauces, and sandwiches with them.
- BLT Sandwich Month – Here’s an excellent way to highlight those Florida tomatoes! Make delicious mile-high BLTs for your readers.
- Soft Pretzel Month – Teach your readers how to make soft pretzels and highlight your favorite dip potions.
- Soyfoods Month – Share educational information about soybeans, including their health benefits, and discuss ways you can use soyfoods that everybody will love.
- Grilled Cheese Month – Show your readers that grilled cheese isn’t a bland meal by highlighting great meats, sauces, and unexpected cheeses they can use.
- Garlic Month – Create a video where you chop garlic for a stir fry, discussing the health benefits of this superfood with your audience.
- April 12-18 – Egg Salad Week – Share your favorite egg salad recipes, including various ways you can use this meal (such as on salads or sandwiches).
Soylent Green Day, Sourdough Bread Day – Soylent Green is a food made from human meat highlighted in the movie of the same name. Discuss this film in a video while making sourdough bread.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Day – Here’s a fun one for the kids! Make a video or share pictures of your kids making incredibly stacked peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Chocolate Mousse Day – Create a step-by-step guide for making chocolate mousse and point out a few times when this dessert is useful (wedding, graduation parties, birthdays, etc.).
Cordon Bleu Day – Dig deep into the origins of this fascinating dish and serve it alongside a steaming pile of delicious carrots.
Caramel Day, Raisin & Spice Bar Day – Take a break from cooking to enjoy some of your favorite delicious candy bars! Talk about why you love caramel and other snack types.
Caramel Popcorn Day, New Beer’s Eve – Choose your list of favorite “beer watching” movies and highlight your favorite craft beer options.
More April Holidays
- April 7, Coffee Cake Day, Beer Day
- April 8, Empanada Day
- April 9, Chinese Almond Cookie Day
- April 10, Cinnamon Crescent Day
- April 11, Cheese Fondue Day.
- April 12, Licorice Day, Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day
- April 13, Peach Cobbler Day
- April 14, Pecan Day
- April 15, Glazed Ham Day.
- April 16, Eggs Benedict Day, Baked Ham with Pineapple Day, Day of the Mushroom
- April 17, Cheeseball Day, World Malbec Day
- April 18, Animal Crackers Day
- April 19, Rice Ball Day.
- April 20, Pineapple Upside-down Cake Day
- April 21, Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day
- April 22, Jelly Bean Day
- April 23, Cherry Cheesecake Day, Picnic Day
- April 24, Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day.
- April 25, Crotilla Day, Zucchini Bread Day
- April 26, Pretzel Day
- April 27, Prime Rib Day
- April 28, Blueberry Pie Day
- April 29, Shrimp Scampi Day
- April 30, Oatmeal Cookie Day, Raisin Day.
By the time May rolls around, the year should be getting fairly warm and the world should be coming alive. May is often a beautiful time to cook many types of foods, particularly as you could find yourself getting outside to enjoy some grilling time. Monthly holidays during this month include:
- Beef Month – Discuss your favorite grilled beef recipes, including taco salad options!
- Barbecue Month – Talk about going grill shopping and how to barbecue effectively.
- Loaded Potato Month – Share your favorite grill-ready loaded potato recipes.
- Egg Month – List many fun and unique ways to use eggs (salads, deviled eggs, etc.)
- Hamburger Month – Post videos showing how to achieve specific hamburger wellness levels.
- Salad Month – Prove that salads are not boring with amazing recipe options.
- Salsa Month – Share unique salsa recipe ideas and uses.
- Strawberry Month – Discuss why strawberries are such a healthy food option.
- Weekly Holidays
- May 1-7 – Raisin Week – Highlight delicious raisin recipes even avowed haters may like.
- May 3-9 – Herb Week – List a few ways you can use herbs for your may cooking.
- First Saturday in May – Homebrew Day – Post a video brewing your favorite beers.
- The Week After the 3rd Monday of May – American Craft Beer Week – Discuss the history of American craft beers, including a few of your favorite brewers.
Chocolate Parfait Day – Share recipes for chocolate parfait and use a time-lapsed video to showcase the process.
Chocolate Truffle Day – What exactly are chocolate truffles? Talk all about their history!
Raspberry Popover Day, Raspberry Tart Day, Chocolate Custard Day – Highlight the health benefits of raspberry and how you can make them tasty.
Candied Orange Peel Day, Homebrew Day, Hoagie Day – Create a delicious hoagie and produce a list of homebrew beer types that go well with your hoagie.
Enchilada Day – Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a taco and enchilada bar. Show your readers how to set one up with pictures and instructions.
Crepe Suzette Day – Here’s another kid-friendly blog idea: let your kids brainstorm funny crepe suzette recipes and make them for your readers’ enjoyment.
Other May Holidays
- May 7, Roast Leg of Lamb Day
- May 8, Coconut Cream Pie Day
- May 9, Shrimp Day
- May 10, Liver and Onions Day
- May 11, Eat What You Want Day
- May 12, Nutty Fudge Day
- May 13, Apple Pie Day, Fruit Cocktail Day, Hummus Day
- May 14, Brioche Day, Buttermilk Biscuit Day
- May 15, Chocolate Chip Day
- May 16, Barbecue Day
- May 17, Cherry Cobbler Day
- May 18, Cheese Souffle Day, I Love Reese’s Day
- May 19, Devil’s Food Cake Day
- May 20, Quiche Lorraine Day, Pick Strawberries Day
- May 21, Strawberries and Cream Day
- May 22, Vanilla Pudding Day
- May 23, Taffy Day
- May 24, Escargot Day
- May 25, Brown-Bag-It Day, Wine Day
- May 26, Blueberry Cheesecake Day, Cherry Dessert Day
- May 27, Italian Beef Day, Grape Popsicle Day
- May 28, Brisket Day
- May 29, Biscuit Day
- May 30, Mint Julep Day
- May 31, Macaroon Day
Those who hate winter weather likely find June, July, and August to be their peak months! During this season, you’ll experience warm weather, plenty of opportunities for fun, and many interesting food recipe options. Monthly celebrations for June include:
- Candy Month – Talk about your favorite candy and show how you can make candy at home!
- Dairy Month – Discuss lactose intolerance and show milk-free (and milk-rich) recipes.
- Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month – Teach your readers how to make fruit and vegetables fun for kids.
- Iced Tea Month – Three words: sun tea recipes. Your readers will thank you later!
- Papaya Month – Give your readers an in-depth understanding of this poorly understood fruit!
- First Friday in June – Doughnut Day – Share a time-lapsed video of your kids eating delicious doughnuts!
Hazelnut Cake Day – Write an amusing piece trying to sell your readers on hazelnut over chocolate cake.
Rocky Road Day, Rotisserie Chicken Day – Prepare your favorite rotisserie chicken meal, blended with various veggies, and a dollop of Rocky Road ice cream for dessert.
Chocolate Macaroon Day, Egg Day – Find pictures of the most delicious chocolate macaroons online and share them, along with pics of unique egg recipes.
Cheese Day – Discuss the science behind why cheese is so delicious, and list your top 10 favorite cheese types (with brief recipe descriptions).
Ketchup – Highlight the history of ketchup and why its sometimes spelled catsup.
Gingerbread Day – Make gingerbread cookies based on various houses and people.
Other June Holidays
- June 7, Chocolate Ice Cream Day
- June 8, Jelly-Filled Doughnut Day
- June 9, Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie Day
- June 10, Iced-Tea Day
- June 11, German Chocolate Cake Day
- June 12, Peanut Butter Cookie Day
- June 13, Cupcake Lover’s Day
- June 14, Strawberry Shortcake Day
- June 15, Lobster Day
- June 16, Fudge Day
- June 17, Apple Strudel Day, Cherry Tart Day
- June 18, Cheesemakers Day
- June 19, Martini Day
- June 20, Vanilla Milkshake Day
- June 21, Peaches & Cream Day
- June 22, Chocolate Eclair Day, Onion Ring Day
- June 23, Pecan Sandy Day
- June 24, Pralines Day
- June 25, Strawberry Parfait Day, Catfish Day
- June 26, Chocolate Pudding Day
- June 27, Orange Blossom Day
- June 28, Tapioca Day
- June 29, Almond Buttercrunch Day
- June 30, Mai Tai Day
July officially starts the second half of the year with beautiful sunny days, hot weather, and plenty of choices for outdoor fun. When you check out this month’s holidays, you’ll know you’ll end up having a great time with your family on the beach, camping, or grilling on your deck:
- Baked Bean Month – Share your favorite ways to serve baked beans during the summer.
- Culinary Arts Month – Discuss why a culinary arts degree is a great option.
- Hot Dog Month – Post a video on how to stuff hot dogs and make them more interesting.
- Ice Cream Month – Review your favorite ice cream destinations and various homemade ice cream methods.
- Picnic Month – Highlight fun and surprising ways that your readers can use pickles.
Gingersnap Day – Share a humorous list of fun ways to use gingersnaps when you’re not a senior citizen.
Anisette Day – Discuss the unique history of this food and how to integrate it into many meals.
Chocolate Wafer Day – Post a video tutorial on how to make homemade chocolate wafers.
Barbecue Day, Caesar Salad Day – Celebrate July 4 with a fun outdoor Livestream cookout!
Apple Turnover Day – Recover from your celebrations with a lovely apple turnover.
Fried Chicken Day – Teach your readers healthy ways to fry chicken.
Other July Months
- July 7, Strawberry Sundae Day, Macaroni Day
- July 8, Chocolate with Almonds Day
- July 9, Sugar Cookie Day
- July 10, Pina Colada Day, Pick Blueberries Day
- July 11, Blueberry Muffin Day, Mojito Day
- July 12, Pecan Pie Day
- July 13, French Fry Day
- July 14, Grand Marnier Day
- July 15, Tapioca Pudding Day, Gummy Worm Day
- July 16, Ice Cream Day, Corn Fritter Day
- July 17, Peach Ice Cream Day
- July 18, Caviar Day
- July 19, Daiquiri Day
- July 20, Ice Cream Sundae Day, Lollipop Day, Fortune Cookie Day
- July 21, Creme Brûlée Day, Junk Food Day
- July 22, Penuche Day
- July 23, Vanilla Ice Cream Day, Official Hot Dog Day
- July 24, Tequila Day
- July 25, Hot Fudge Sundae Day
- July 26, Bagelfest, Coffee Milkshake Day
- July 27, Scotch Day
- July 28, Milk Chocolate Day, Hamburger Day
- July 29, Lasagna Day, Chicken Wing Day
- July 30, Cheesecake Day
- July 31, Raspberry Cake Day, Cotton Candy Day
August is often one of the most enjoyable summer months but can also be a bit of a downer for some kids. After all, they’ll be going back to school very soon! However, there’s still plenty of fun topics you can cover in your food blog, including:
- Catfish Month – Showcase deep southern catfish recipes, including some delicious jambalaya!
- Panini Month – Save your readers money by teaching them how to make great paninis at home.
- Peach Month – Write a top 10 list ranking your favorite peach pie recipes.
- Sandwich Month – Teach fun ways to make sandwiches more interesting (use hummus topping, replace bread with salad leafs, etc.).
Raspberry Cream Pie Day – Talk about this underrated pie option, including why it’s better than other pie options, such as apple or pumpkin.
Ice Cream Sandwich Day – Detail step-by-step ice cream sandwich recipes for your readers.
Watermelon Day – Share the nutrient contents of watermelons and a few ways to serve them.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Day – Include a time-lapsed video of making chocolate chip cookies: share your favorite alternative chip cookie options.
Oyster Day – Find a way to make oysters palpable for the average person, such as putting them on salads.
Root Beer Float Day – Make root beer floats with your kids and share pictures and videos with readers.
Other August Holidays
- August 7, Raspberries and Cream Day
- August 8, Frozen Custard Day, Zucchini Day
- August 9, Rice Pudding Day
- August 10, S’mores Day, Banana Split Day
- August 11, Panini Day, Raspberry Tart Day
- August 12, Julienne Fries Day
- August 13, Filet Mignon Day
- August 14, Creamsicle Day
- August 15, Lemon Meringue Pie Day
- August 16, Rum Day, Bratwurst Day
- August 17, Vanilla Custard Day
- August 18, Ice Cream Pie Day
- August 19, Soft-Serve Ice Cream Day, Hot & Spicy Food Day
- August 20, Bacon Lovers Day, Chocolate Pecan Pie Day
- August 21, Sweet Tea Day
- August 22, Pecan Torte Day, Eat a Peach Day
- August 23, Cuban Sandwich Day, Spongecake Day
- August 24, Peach Pie Day
- August 25, Whiskey Sour Day
- August 26, Cherry Popsicle Day
- August 27, Pots de Creme Day, Burger Day
- August 28, Cherry Turnovers Day
- August 29, Chop Suey
- August 30, Toasted Marshmallow Day
- August 31, Trail Mix Day
Depending on where you live (and yearly temperature variations), September is either an extra summer month during which you can have fun or a transition period into fall. Thankfully, there are many different celebrations you can enjoy during this time, including:
- Chicken Month – Share recipes for baked, broiled, fried, etc., chicken that uses fresh vegetable ingredients.
- Honey Month – Discuss how to use honey to flavor various foods, including meat and much more.
- Mushroom Month – Show off a handful of mushroom-related recipes that will convince even the biggest mushroom hater.
- Papaya Month – Share videos of your kid’s reaction to tasting papayas for the first time, discussing
- Potato Month – Write a top 10 list ranking the best potato recipes globally (put potato pancakes near the top).
- Rice Month – Discuss the many unique ways you can use rice in a variety of different dishes.
Gyro Day – You can talk about the history of gyros, why they’re so popular, and how to make them at home.
Grits for Breakfast Day – Make grits with your kids and see how they react to this unique southern dish.
Welsh Rarebit Day, Baby Back Ribs Day – Find photos of your favorite baby back ribs and Welsh rarebit dishes and share them.
Macadamia Nut Day – Discuss the health benefits of macadamia nuts, what dishes they go well in, and why they’re a good snack option for kids.
Cheese Pizza Day – Pick your favorite unusual cheese pizza toppings and make a surprising dish for your readers.
Coffee Ice Cream Day – Make a funny video showing how coffee ice cream “wakes you up” for the day.
Other September Holidays
- September 7, Beer Lover’s Day
- September 8, Date-Nut Bread Day
- September 9, I Love Food Day
- September 10, Hot Dog Day
- September 11, Hot Cross Bun Day
- September 12, Chocolate Milkshake Day
- September 13, Peanut Day
- September 14, Cream-Filled Doughnut Day
- September 15, Double Cheeseburger Day, Creme de Menthe Day, Linguini Day
- September 16, Guacamole Day, Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Day
- September 17, Apple Dumpling Day, Monte Cristo Day
- September 18, Play-Dough Day, Cheeseburger Day
- September 19, Butterscotch Pudding Day
- September 20, Punch Day / Rum Punch Day
- September 21, Pecan Cookie Day
- September 22, Ice Cream Cone Day
- September 23, White Chocolate Day
- September 24, Cherries Jubilee Day
- September 25, Quesadilla Day, Food Service Workers Day
- September 26, Key Lime Pie Day
- September 27, Chocolate Milk Day
- September 28, Strawberry Cream Pie Day, Drink a Beer Day
- September 29, Coffee Day, Mocha Day
- September 30, Soufflé Potato Day, Mulled Cider Day
By the time October rolls around, fall should be getting into a pretty good swing. As a result, you’re going to see some beautiful colors and a change in your food blog’s focus. So make sure you highlight these monthly holidays:
- Pumpkin Month – Carve jack o lanterns with your children and showcase the results.
- Apple Month – Prepare pumpkin and apple pies to share this season!
- Applejack Month – Discuss your favorite applejack recipe options.
- Caramel Month – Go on a tour of a caramel factory to show how it’s made!
- Cookbook Month – Review your favorite cookbooks and highlight which you still use.
- Cookie and Dessert Month – You can taste test the newest cookie and dessert options you’ve discovered.
- Pickled Peppers and Pizza Month – Make a pickled pepper pizza and take pics of your friends’ reactions to it.
- Popcorn Poppin’ Month – Buy some flavored popcorn and share your favorite horror movies.
- Pork and PastaMonth – Pair pork with delicious pasta to highlight these celebrations.
- Pretzel Month – Review your favorite hard and soft pretzel varieties.
- Seafood Month – Discuss why seafood is such a healthy alternative to red meats.
Pumpkin Spice Day – Debate the pros and cons of pumpkin spice with real people’s opinions.
World Farm Animals Day – Show your readers how to make vegetable-only dishes.
Soft Taco Day – Produce a broad array of delicious soft tacos in a taco bar!
Taco Day – Let your children write reviews about why they love tacos.
Apple Betty Day, Rocky Mountain Oyster Day – Eat some apple Betty while talking about the infamous Rocky Mountain Oyster scene from the movie “Funny Farm.”
Noodle Day – Go over the history of noodles and why they remain a popular staple.
Other October Holidays
- October 7, Frappe Day
- October 8, Fluffernutter Day
- October 9, Moldy-Cheese Day, Pizza and Beer Day, Hoagy Day
- October 10, Tic Tac Day, Angel Food Cake Day
- October 11, Sausage Pizza Day
- October 12, Gumbo Day, Pumpkin Pie Day
- October 13, Peanut Festival, Pumpkin Festiva, Yorkshire Pudding Day, M&M Day
- October 14, Dessert Day
- October 15, Mushroom Day, Red Wine Day
- October 16, Liqueur Day, World Food Day
- October 17, Pasta Day
- October 18, Chocolate Cupcake Day
- October 19, Seafood Bisque Day
- October 20, Brandied Fruit Day
- October 21, Pumpkin Cheesecake Day
- October 22, Nut Day
- October 23, Boston Cream Pie Day
- October 24, Bologna Day, Feast of Good & Plenty
- October 25, Greasy Foods Day
- October 26, Mincemeat Day, Pumpkin Day
- October 27, Potato Day, American Beer Day
- October 28, Chocolate Day
- October 29, Oatmeal Day
- October 30, Candy Corn Day
- October 31, Caramel Apple Day
By the time November rolls around, you’re getting pretty close to the end of the year. The temperatures will be dipping, and your readers will want some delicious foods to prepare them for the winter. Just a few monthly celebrations to showcase include:
- Fun with Fondue Month – Livestream your friends enjoying fondues every weekend.
- Georgia Pecan Month – Visit a Georgia Pecan farm or facility to learn more about this food.
- Peanut Butter Lover’s Month – Review your top 10 favorite peanut butter brands.
- Pepper Month – Show different ways you can use pepper in various everyday dishes.
- Stuffing Month – Make a new type of stuffing every day, mixing up the ingredients for fun.
- Raisin Bread Month – Bake raisin bread and see if you can get your kids to eat it live on camera.
November 1-7 – Fig Week – Share a different fig-based recipe every day during this week.
Bison Day – Talk about how you can use bison as an alternative to other meats.
Deviled Egg Day – Produce a time-lapsed video of you making deviled eggs.
Sandwich Day – Ask your readers to share their favorite sandwich recipes.
Candy Day – Talk about any leftover candy you may have from your kids’ Halloween.
Chinese Takeout Day – Discuss what makes a Chinese takeout restaurant great.
Nachos Day – Create a fantastic spread of delicious nachos to share with your readers.
Other November Holidays
- November 7, Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
- November 8, Cappuccino Day
- November 9, Greek Yogurt Day
- November 10, Vanilla Cupcake Day
- November 11, Sundae Day
- November 12, Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day
- November 13, Indian Pudding Day
- November 14, Homemade ‘Guac’ Day, Pickle Appreciation Day
- November 15, Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day, Raisin Bran Cereal Day
- November 16, Fast Food Day
- November 17, Baklava Day, Homemade Bread Day
- November 18, Apple Cider Day, Vichyssoise Day
- November 19, Macchiato Day
- November 20, Peanut Butter Fudge Day
- November 21, Cranberry Day, Gingerbread Cookie Day
- November 22, Cranberry Relish Day, Cashew Day
- November 23, Espresso Day
- November 24, Sardines Day
- November 25, Parfait Day, Eat with a Friend Day
- November 26, Cake Day
- November 27, Bavarian Cream Pie Day
- November 28, French Toast Day
- November 29, Chocolate Day, Lemon Creme Pie Day, Rice Cake Day
- November 30, Mousse Day
The end of the year is always a bittersweet time. While the best holidays all take place around this time, winter is picking up, and it can be hard to avoid the cold. Thankfully, there are a handful of celebrations you can take advantage of here to pick up your readers’ spirits:
- Pear Month – Highlight what makes the “thinking man’s apple” so delicious.
- Egg Nog Month – Share your favorite egg nog memories.
- Fruit Cake Month – Highlight some of the best fruit cake recipes that everyone will love.
Fried Pie Day – Make fried pies with your kids, including their favorite options.
Fritters Day – Make a time-lapsed video cooking delicious fritters!
Peppermint Latte Day – Talk about the best peppermint lattes from national and local chains.
Cookie Day – Rate the best Christmas cookies ever.
Comfort Food Day – Discuss your favorite comfort foods and how to make them.
Gazpacho Day, Microwave Oven Day, Cook for Christmas Day – Create a checklist for Christmas cooking needs.
Other December Holidays
- December 7, Cotton Candy Day
- December 8, Brownie Day
- December 9, Pastry Day
- December 10, Lager Day
- December 11, Have a Bagel Day
- December 12, Cocoa Day, Ambrosia Day
- December 13, Popcorn String Day
- December 14, Biscuits and Gravy Day, Bouillabaisse Day
- December 15, Gingerbread Latte Day, Lemon Cupcake Day
- December 16, Chocolate Covered Anything Day
- December 17, Maple Syrup Day
- December 18, I Love Honey Day, Roast Suckling Pig Day
- December 19, Hard Candy Day, Oatmeal Muffin Day
- December 20, Sangria Day
- December 21, French Fried Shrimp Day
- December 22, Date Nut Bread Day
- December 23, Bake Day, Pfeffernuesse Day
- December 24, Egg Nog Day
- December 25, Pumpkin Pie Day, Kiss the Cook Day
- December 26, Candy Cane Day
- December 27, Fruitcake Day
- December 28, Box of Chocolates Day
- December 29, Get on the Scales Day, Pepper Pot Day
- December 30, Bacon Day, Baking Soda Day
- December 31, Champagne Day, Vinegar Day
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