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Here’s What to Make on Every Food Holiday of the Year

There's a special day for every food under the sun, and we think they're all worth honoring. Here's a year of national food holidays plus a recipe to celebrate each one!

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January Food Holidays

From National Cheese Lovers’ Day to National Corn Chip Day, the celebrations in January are all about comfort food.

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February Food Holidays

From stuffed mushrooms on February 4th to sticky buns on the 21st, there’s a lot to love in February!

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March Food Holidays

In March we’re mad for National Oreo Day, National Corned Beef and Cabbage Day (guess when that is), and more!

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April Food Holidays

On the menu this month: carbonara, coffee cake and more delicious recipes to celebrate.

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May Food Holidays

Who’s hungry for enchiladas, mint juleps and strawberries ‘n’ cream? In May, we celebrate them all!

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June Food Holidays

Say hello to the first day of summer—plus, National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day, National Rotisserie Chicken Day and more!

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July Food Holidays

Make way, Independence Day: This month, we’re celebrating caesar salads, cheesecake and fried chicken, too!

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August Food Holidays

This month kicks off with raspberry cream pie and wraps up with trail mix—and there’s a whole bunch of deliciousness in between.

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September Food Holidays

This month, let’s hear it for International Bacon Day, National Chocolate Milk Shake Day and more!

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October Food Holidays

This month, cozy up to pumpkin spice (of course), pasta and a whole world of comfort food.

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November Food Holidays

It’s holiday season! Don’t forget to celebrate deviled eggs, homemade bread and pizza with everything except anchovies (yep, that’s a food holiday!).

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December Food Holidays

Foodies, mark your calendars for National Peppermint Latte Day, National Chocolate-Covered Anything Day and more!


Grace Mannon
Grace is a full-time mom with a Master's degree in Food Science. She loves to experiment in the kitchen and writes about her hits (and misses) on her blog, A Southern Grace.

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