Hello food lovers! If you’re looking for a reason to indulge in your favorite treats, you have come to the right place. This month, come join us and celebrate the creation of six of our favorite foods and desserts. Here’s a list of six food holidays you should be looking out for this November.
Dec 2nd 2015: Deviled Egg Day
Deviled eggs, also known as eggs mimosa, are said to have originated in the ancient Rome. Today, deviled eggs are a common and very popular dish in USA and Europe. In Europe, deviled eggs have several different names and many variants of this dish exist.
Deviled eggs are hard-boiled eggs, cut in half, and stuffed with yolk (which is normally mixed with mustard and mayonnaise). You can, however, create your own version of this recipe by adding your favorite ingredients!
Dec 6th 2015: Nachos Day
Nachos got their name after Ignacio ‘Nacho’ Anaya. Originated in Piedras Negras, Mexico, nachos are tortilla chips covered in cheese. The Mexican snack got so popular that it swiftly spread across the United States, and is now enjoyed globally. Join us in celebrating the creation of this amazing snack on the National Nachos Day!
Dec 8th 2015: Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day
Well, the idea is to cook something “bold” and “pungent.” Create a spicy and original dish by using ingredients such as garlic, pepper, sauerkraut etc. It’s your time to put your imagination to work and put up some really creative dish. Or you can just try out some new spicy and bold recipes on this day.
Dec 20th 2015: Peanut Butter Fudge Day
In case you are looking for a reason to enjoy peanut butter fudge, here it is! Thanks to the National Peanut Board for recognizing this special day and giving us all peanut butter lovers an excuse to indulge in this amazingly sweet dessert. Although variations do exist, the recipe mainly consists of peanut butter and sugar. So, do you plan to make your own batch of peanut butter fudge on this special day?
November is also known as the National Peanut Butter Lover’s Month!
Dec 25th 2015: Parfait Day
The word “parfait” means “perfect” in French. Originated in France, this frozen dessert dates back to the late 1800s. The original French parfait is made from eggs, cream and sugar syrup. The American variant of parfait is created by layering cream, gelatin, fresh fruits (berries), nuts, yogurt etc, and served in a tall glass. No matter what combination of ingredients you choose, the end result is a delicious and mouth-watering dessert!
Dec 26th 2015: Cake Day
Regardless of age, this baked dessert is liked and enjoyed by everyone. The word cake is said to have derived from the Old Norse word “kaka”—Old Norse being the language of the Vikings. Today cakes come in so many different shapes, sizes, styles and varieties that it’s difficult to count them on fingers. National Cake Day is the perfect day to bake your favorite cake recipe, enjoy with friends and family, and celebrate the creation of this wonderful dessert.
If you plan to celebrate any other food day apart from these, do let us know in the comments!