National [Insert Food Here] Day
Today is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, yesterday was National Watermelon Day, and tomorrow is both National Mustard Day AND National Waffle Day. I don't know about you, but I've started to get National X Day exhaustion. Maybe it's the result of social media and having the food(s) of the day plastered all over every screen I have for 24 hours, rinse and repeat, but it just feels like way too much. Does everything need a day and does every day need a thing? In case you hadn't already guessed, my answers are no and no. That said, these are the nine foods (and one drink) that I think are worthy of a day of national recognition, dare I even say global recognition. Some actually already have days or close-ish days/months which I've noted thanks to Foodimentary.
My favorite dessert. For me, every day is Brownie Day.
December 8th: National Brownie Day; February 10th: National "Have a Brownie" Day
I have always loved peas. One of my favorite utensils as a child was my pea pusher; a perhaps ridiculous, but actually quite useful piece of cutlery given to me (my parents) when I was born.
No day for these guys :(
I love pizza. My dad loves pizza. I assume I inherited my love for the cheesy, saucy goodness from him. Pizza happens about once a week in my house.
October: National Pizza Month; September 5th: National Cheese Pizza Day
Broccoli is possibly my favorite veggie. Carrots and spinach are close runners-up.
No national day for the broc either.
Is it just me or does everything taste better on a stick? Chicken kabobs = major win in my book.
September: National Chicken Month
You already know I'm a cup-a-day kind of girl. Favorites: green, earl grey, and matcha.
January: National Hot Tea Month
Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches
Creamy or crunchy, raspberry or strawberry, on a bagel, bread, or even a wrap, pb & j is bae.
Chew on this... February 12th: National PB&J Day; April 2nd: National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day; August: National Sandwich Month
Cinnamon Toast Crunch
The ultimate cereal? Yes times a million. I totally "crave those crazy squares."
March 7th: National Cereal Day
Perfection in fruit form. Maybe it's because I loved the book Blueberries for Sal or maybe it's because they are just so damn delicious.
July 10th: National Pick Blueberries Day
What foods do you think deserve their own day?