List of food days

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This is a list of food days by country. Many countries have designated specific days as celebrations, commemorations, or acknowledgments of certain types of foods and dishes.

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Global

DateEventOriginNotesImage

21st September National Berry Day

47 days before Easter Shrove Tuesday
(Pancake Day)
Medieval, United Kingdom English Pancake.jpg
February 5World Nutella Day2007 [1] [2]
March 8 International Women's Collaboration Brew Day 2013
March 30World Idli Day2016 [3] Idli Sambar.JPG
April 4International Carrot Day2003 [4] Carrots of many colors.jpg
April 17 Malbec World Day 2011 [5]
April 20International Milk Tea Dumpling Day2019
May 7World Cake Day2018
May 13International Hummus Day2012, in Egypt [6] Hummus from The Nile.jpg
June 1 World Milk Day 2001, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations [7] Milk Pitcher With Lid.jpg
June 12International Falafel Day [8]
June 18International Sushi Day2009 [9] Sushi platter.jpg
June 26National Coconut Day2019 [10]
July 7 World Chocolate Day [11] Algunas delicadezas en chocolate..JPG
First Friday of August International Beer Day 2007 GravityTap.jpg
September 17International Guinep Day Melicoccus bijugatus, Fruit on white background.jpg
September 29 International Coffee Day 2015 [12] [13] Coffe time.jpg
October 1 World Vegetarian Day 1977, North American Vegetarian Society [14] Added some spices with oregano herbs.jpg
Second Thursday of OctoberWorld Chicken Day [15] [16] Friedchicken.jpg
Second Friday of OctoberWorld Egg Day1996 [15] [16] Eicode Nederland.jpg
October 10 World Porridge Day 2009 [17] [18] [19]
October 16 World Food Day 1945, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations [20] Good Food Display - NCI Visuals Online.jpg
October 24World Tripe Day2013, Tripe Marketing Board [21] Boiled tripe.jpg
October 25World Pasta Day1995, World Pasta Day Congress [22] 6-alimenti, pasta,Taccuino Sanitatis, Casanatense 4182..jpg
November 1 World Vegan Day 1994, The Vegan Society [23] [24] Cajun Couscous (4430038406).jpg
December 15 International Tea Day 2005

Africa

DateEventOriginNotesImage
October 31Africa Day for Food and Nutrition Security [25] 2DU Kenya 86 (5367322642).jpg
September 24Heritage Day

Australia

DateEventOriginNotesImage
May 18National Marshmallow DayMelbourne, Australia [26]
May 28National Burger Day [27] NCI Visuals Food Hamburger.jpg
Last Sunday in NovemberInternational Laksa DayDarwin, Australia [28]

Brazil

DateEventOriginNotesImage
August 31 Pizza Day [29] Hot pizza.jpg
December 18National Muffin Day [30] NCI Visuals Food Muffins.jpg

Canada

DateEventOriginNotes
Varies; 2017 date is February 8 [31] Food Freedom Day Canadian Federation of Agriculture
February 23Jamaican Patty DayToronto, Canada [32]
Saturday of Civic Holiday weekend (August) Food Day Canada Anita Stewart

Georgia

DateEventOriginNotesImage
February 27National Khachapuri Day2020 Intangible_cultural_heritage_of_Georgia [33] Adjarian khachapuri in an oven.png

Germany

DateEventOriginNotesImage
January 11German Apples Day
(Tag des Deutschen Apfels)
[34] Eriskircher Ried-4837 1.jpg
April 23 German Beer Day
(Tag des Deutschen Bieres)
1994, Deutscher Brauer-Bund [35] Kranz Koelsch.jpg
September 25German Butterbrot Day
(Tag des Deutschen Butterbrots)
[36] Butterbrot.png
November 19National Soup DayPictured is Hochzeitssuppe , a German soup. [37] [38] Bramstedt Hochzeitssuppe 01 (RaBoe).jpg
Helloween weeklegs instead of witches week

(Haxen-Statt-Hexen-Woche)

Iceland

DateEventOriginNotesImage
March 1 Beer Day Beer was banned for decades in Iceland, but allowed again on 1 March 1989.

India

DateEventOriginNotesImage
January 16National Undhiyu DayGujarat, India [39] Undhiyu.jpg
November 26 National Milk Day India [40] Vollmilch im Glas.JPG

Italy

DateEventOriginNotesImage
April 17National Espresso Day (Espresso Italiano Day) [41] [42] Galvin La Chapelle, Spitalfields, London (4286657328).jpg

Japan

DateEventOriginNotesImage
January 5 Strawberry DayDate can be read "ichi-go" in Japanese, same as the word for strawberry [43] Brazilian strawberries.jpg
November 11 Pocky Day Ezaki Glico, 1999. Pictured are sticks of original-type Pocky. [44] Pocky-Sticks.jpg

Korea

DateEventOriginNotesImage
April 14 Black Day A single people's day celebrated with jajangmyeon , the black noodle dish which gave the day its name. Jajangmyeon by KFoodaddict.jpg
November 11 Pepero Day Begun in 1994, this is an observance in South Korea similar to Valentine's Day, but held on November 11. The original purpose of the day was to exchange peperos with each other in hopes of becoming taller and thinner. The current purpose is to exchange peperos to show affection for friends and loved ones. Pictured are pepero almond sticks. [44] Pepero-Almond-Sticks.jpg

Luxembourg

DateEventOriginNotes
Fourth Sunday in Lent Pretzel Sunday (Bretzelsonndeg) [45]

Netherlands

DateEventOriginNotesImage
Tuesday before Ash Wednesday National Pancake Day
(Nationale Pannenkoekdag)
[46] [47] Ei banaanpannenkoek.jpg

New Zealand

DateEventOriginNotesImage
May 11National Chocolate Fish Day [48] Twochocolatefish.JPG

Sweden

DateEventOriginNotesImage
March 25National Waffle Day
(Våffeldagen)
[49] Waffle with strawberries and confectioner's sugar.jpg
October 4National Cinnamon Bun Day
(Kanelbullens dag)
[50] Swedish cinnamon buns at Bullar Food, December 2011 (6552391537).jpg
November 7National Mud Cake Day
(Kladdkakans dag)
[51] Kaffereptarta.jpg

Turkmenistan

DateEventOriginNotesImage
Second Sunday in August Melon Day [52] Mellons from left -Yellow, Galia, Cantaloupe.jpg

United Kingdom

DateEventOriginNotesImage
January 5Sausage DayClitheroe [53]
April 21 National Tea Day Tea Houses across the UK participate by offering discounts and special promotions on afternoon and cream tea[ citation needed ]
May 29National Biscuit Day [54]
June 3National Fish and Chips Day [55] [56] Plate of fish and chips.jpg
June 15 National Beer Day [57]
August 11National Bakewell Tart Day
August 27National Burger DayRestaurants across the UK participate in the day by offering discounts on burgers as well as special edition recipes such as burger-flavoured ice cream. [58] [59] [60] Hamburger (5).jpg
September 20National Gyoza DayDay to celebrate one of Japan's favourite dishes
November 15International Cheese and Bread DayOriginating in Stoke-on-Trent, it is a celebration of cheese and bread from around the world

United States

The United States has over 175 days related to awareness of specific foods or drinks. [61]

January

Foods at a buffet. National Buffet Week begins on January 2 each year in the United States. Carnival World Buffet, The Rio, Las Vegas Nevada 5.jpg
Foods at a buffet. National Buffet Week begins on January 2 each year in the United States.
DateEventOriginNotes
January 1National Bloody Mary Day [62]
January 2National Creampuff Day [63]
January 3National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day [64]
January 5National Whipped Cream Day [65] [66]
January 9National Cassoulet Day [67] [68]
January 15National Strawberry Ice Cream Day
January 15National Booch Day KeVita [69]
January 23 National Pie Day American Pie Council [70]
January 24National Peanut Butter Day National Peanut Board [71] [72] [73]
January 27National Chocolate Cake Day [74] [75]
January 29National Frito Pie Day

February

A bowl of ice cream offered for free by an ice cream vendor in celebration of Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, 2014 Ice Cream for Breakfast Day.jpg
A bowl of ice cream offered for free by an ice cream vendor in celebration of Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, 2014
DateEventOriginNotes
February 2National Tater Tot Day [76] [77] [78] [79]
First Saturday of February Ice Cream for Breakfast Day [80]
Second Tuesday of FebruaryNational Frozen Yogurt Day [81]
February 5National Chocolate Fondue Day
February 6National Chopsticks Day
February 9National Pizza Day (at least five slices) [82]
February 9National Bagel Day [83]
February 15National "I Want Butterscotch" Day [84]
February 16National Almond Day
February 19National Chocolate Mint Day
February 20National Cherry Pie Day
February 22National Margarita Day [85] [86]
February 23National Banana Bread Day [87] [88]
February 24National Tortilla Chip Day
February 25National Clam Chowder Day
February 25National Chocolate-Covered Nuts Day
February 26National Pistachio Day
February 27National Strawberry Day
February 28National Chocolate Soufflé Day
February 28National Khachapuri Day
February 29National Frog Legs Day (celebration for Leap Day) [77] [78] [89]

March

In the United States, March 23 is National Chips and Dip Day Crab dip and old bay chips.jpg
In the United States, March 23 is National Chips and Dip Day
A corn dog; National Corndog Day occurs on March 22 in the United States CornDog.jpg
A corn dog; National Corndog Day occurs on March 22 in the United States
DateEventOriginNotes
March 1National Peanut Butter Lover's Day National Peanut Board [71]
March 2National Banana Creme Pie Day [90]
March 3National Canadian Bacon Day Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival [71]
March 4National Pound Cake Day
March 4National Snack Day
March 5National Absinthe Day
March 5National Cheez Doodle Day [91] [92]
March 6National Frozen Food Day
March 6National Oreo Day
March 6National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day
March 7National Cereal Day
March 7National Crown Roast of Pork Day [61]
March 8National Peanut Cluster Day National Peanut Board [71]
March 9National Crabmeat Day [93]
March 9National Meatball Day [94]
March 10National Blueberry Popover Day [93]
March 10National Pack Your Lunch Day
March 10National Ranch Dressing Day
March 11Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day [93]
March 11 Johnny Appleseed Day [95]
March 12National Truffle Day [93]
March 12National Baked Scallops Day
March 14National Potato Chip Day
March 14National Steak Day [96]
March 14 Pi Day Promoted for celebration of mathematics and eating pie; a pun on the US format of March 14 (3.14) [97]
March 19National Chocolate Caramel Day
March 20National Ravioli Day
March 22 National Corndog Day [98] [99]
March 22National Water Day
March 23National Chips and Dip Day [100]
March 27 International Whiskey Day [101] [102]
March 31National Clams on the Half Shell Day [100]

April

A grilled cheese sandwich; April 12 is National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day Mmm... inside out grilled cheese (6071900948).jpg
A grilled cheese sandwich; April 12 is National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day
DateEventOriginNotes
April 2National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day [61] [103] [104]
April 4National Burrito Day [105]
April 5National Caramel Day [106]
April 7 National Beer Day [107]
April 10National Cinnamon Roll Day
April 11National Cheese Fondue Day [108]
April 12National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day [93] [109]
April 17National Cheeseball Day [104] [110] [111]
April 19National Rice Ball Day [112]
April 22National Jellybean Day [113]
April 24National Pigs in a Blanket Day [111] [114]
April 25National Zucchini Bread Day [104]
April 26National Pretzel Day [82] [111] [115]
April 27National Prime Rib Day [116]
April 29National Shrimp Scampi Day [104]

May

May 5 is National hoagie day in the United States. Pictured is a cheesesteak sandwich prepared with a hoagie roll. PatsCheesesteak.jpg
May 5 is National hoagie day in the United States. Pictured is a cheesesteak sandwich prepared with a hoagie roll.
Escargot at a restaurant. May 24 is National Escargot Day. Escargotbordeaux.jpg
Escargot at a restaurant. May 24 is National Escargot Day.
DateEventOriginNotes
May 4National Candied Orange Peel Day [93] [104]
May 5National Hoagie Day [117] [118]
May 10National Ice Cream Cake Day Thomas Roy [61] [111] [119]
Third Friday of MayNational Pizza Party Day [120]
May 16National BBQ Day [121]
May 17National Walnut Day1949, Walnut Marketing Board; 1958, presidential proclamation by U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower [122]
May 23National Taffy Day [123]
May 24National Escargot Day [124]
May 25National Wine Day [125]
May 26National Blueberry Cheesecake Day [126]
May 27National Italian Beef Day [127]
May 28National Brisket Day [128] [129]
May 28National Burger Day [104]

June

National Doughnut Day occurs on the first Friday of June every year. Donuts with chocolate banana and strawberry.jpg
National Doughnut Day occurs on the first Friday of June every year.
National Corn on the cob day occurs on June 11. CookedCornOnTheCob.JPG
National Corn on the cob day occurs on June 11.
June 15 is National Lobster Day. SteamedLobster.jpg
June 15 is National Lobster Day.
DateEventOriginNotes
First Friday of June National Donut/Doughnut Day 1938, The Salvation Army [122] [64] [130]
June 2National Rotisserie Chicken Day [131] [132]
June 2National Rocky Road Day [133] [134]
June 3National Chocolate Macaroon Day [135] [136]
June 3National Egg Day [137] [138] [139]
June 4National Cheese Day [78] [140] [141]
June 4National Cognac Day [142]
June 5National Gingerbread Day [143] [144]
June 5National Moonshine Day [145]
June 6National Applesauce Cake Day [146]
June 7Chocolate Ice Cream Day [147]
June 9International Lemon Drizzle Cake Day [147]
June 10National Iced Tea Day [148] [149]
June 11National Corn on the Cob Day [150]
June 11National German Chocolate Cake Day [151]
June 12National Peanut Butter Cookie Day National Peanut Board [71]
June 15National Lobster Day [152]
June 16National Fudge Day [153] [154]
June 20National Vanilla Milkshake Day [155]
June 20National Ice Cream Soda Day [156] [157]
June 20National Kouign Amann DayA San Francisco bakery, to acknowledge the day they opened [158]
June 21National Peaches ‘N’ Cream DayUnknown [159]
June 25 National Catfish Day Presidential proclamation by U.S. President Ronald Reagan on June 25, 1987 [122] [64]
June 26National Chocolate Pudding Day [160] [161]
June 28National Ceviche Day [162] [163]
June 28National Tapioca Day [164] [165]
Last Thursday of JuneNational Bomb Pop Day [166]

July

National Chili Dog Day occurs on the fourth Thursday of July. Mmm... chili cheese sausage dog (8075525776).jpg
National Chili Dog Day occurs on the fourth Thursday of July.
National Fried Chicken Day occurs on July 6. Fried chicken (1).jpg
National Fried Chicken Day occurs on July 6.
July 14 is National Mac & Cheese Day. Macaroni and cheese (2) (cropped).jpg
July 14 is National Mac & Cheese Day.
July 24 is National Tequila Day. Pictured is a Tequila Sunrise. Tequila Sunrise with girl behind.jpg
July 24 is National Tequila Day. Pictured is a Tequila Sunrise.
DateEventOriginNotes
Third Sunday of July National Ice Cream Day 1984, presidential proclamation [104] [167]
Fourth Thursday of JulyNational Chili Dog Day [168] [169]
July 1National Creative Ice Cream Flavor Day [170]
July 1National Gingersnap Day [171]
July 2National Anisette Day [172]
July 3Eat Beans Day [167]
July 3National Chocolate Wafer Day [173]
July 4National Caesar Salad Day [174]
July 4National Spareribs Day [175]
July 5National Apple Turnover Day [176]
July 6 National Fried Chicken Day [177]
July 7 Macaroni Day [167]
July 7National Strawberry Sundae Day [178]
July 8National Chocolate with Almonds Day [179] [180]
July 9National Sugar Cookie Day [181]
July 10National Piña Colada Day [182]
July 11National Blueberry Muffin Day [183]
July 12National Pecan Pie Day [184]
July 13National French Fries Day [185]
July 14National Grand Marnier Day [186]
July 15National Orange Chicken Day [187]
July 15National Tapioca Pudding Day [61] [104]
July 15 Gummi Worm Day [64]
July 16Fresh Spinach Day [61] [188]
July 16National Corn Fritter Day [189]
July 17National Peach Ice Cream Day [190]
July 18National Caviar Day [61]
July 19National Daiquiri Day [191]
July 20National Fortune Cookie Day [192] [193]
July 20National Lollipop Day [194]
July 21 Junk Food Day [195]
July 22National Penuche Fudge Day [196]
July 23National Peanut Butter and Chocolate Day [197]
July 23National Vanilla Ice Cream Day [198]
July 23National Hot Dog Day [199]
July 24National Tequila Day [200]
July 24National Drive-Thru Day [201]
July 25National Hot Fudge Sundae Day [202]
July 26National Coffee Milkshake Day [203]
July 27National Creme Brulee Day [204]
July 27National Scotch Day [205]
July 28 Hamburger Day [167]
July 28National Milk Chocolate Day [206]
July 29National Lasagna Day [207]
July 29National Chicken Wing Day [208]
July 30National Cheesecake Day [209] [210] [211]
July 31National Raspberry Cake Day [212]

August

August 25 is National Whiskey Sour Day. Whisky Sour.jpg
August 25 is National Whiskey Sour Day.
DateEventOriginNotes
First Saturday of AugustNational Mustard Day Mount Horeb Mustard Museum [213] [84]
First Saturday of AugustNational Mead DayAmerican Homebrewer's Association, 2002 https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/aha-events/mead-day/
August 1National Milkshake Day [214]
August 3National Watermelon Day [215]
August 3National White Wine Day [216]
August 4National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day [217]
August 6National Root Beer Float Day [218]
August 10National S'more Day [219]
August 13National Filet Mignon Day [220] [221]
August 14National Creamsicle Day [222] [223]
August 15National Lemon Meringue Pie Day [224] [225]
August 16National Rum Day [226]
August 17National Vanilla Custard Day [227] [228]
August 18National Pinot Noir Day [125]
August 19National Potato Day [229]
August 21National Spumoni Day [230] [231]
August 22National Pecan Torte Day [232] [233]
August 22National Eat A Peach Day [234]
August 23National Sponge Cake Day [93]
August 23National Cuban Sandwich Day [235] [236]
August 24National Peach Pie Day [237] [238] [239]
August 24National Waffle Day [240] [241]
August 25National Banana Split Day [242] [243] [244]
August 25National Whiskey Sour Day [245] [246]
August 26National Cherry Popsicle Day [104]
August 27National Pots de Crème Day [247]
August 27National Banana Lovers Day [248] [249] [250]
August 28National Cherry Turnover Day [251] [252]
August 28 Crackers Over The Keyboard DayThomas Roy [253]
August 29More Herbs, Less Salt DayThomas Roy [84] [253]
August 29National Lemon Juice Day [254]
August 29National Chop Suey Day [255]
August 30National Toasted Marshmallow Day [110]
August 31 Trail Mix Day [216]

September

September 13 is International Chocolate Day Chocolate(bgFFF).jpg
September 13 is International Chocolate Day
DateEventOriginNotes
Saturday before Labor DayInternational Bacon Day [256] [257] [258]
September 1National Cherry Popover Day [259] [260]
September 2National Blueberry Popsicle Day [261]
September 3National Welsh Rarebit Day [262] [263]
September 4National Macadamia Nut Day [264]
September 5National Cheese Pizza Day [264]
September 6National Coffee Ice Cream Day [265]
September 7National Acorn Squash Day [264]
September 7National Beer Lover's Day [78] [266] [267]
September 7National Salami Day [268]
September 9National Steak Au Poivre Day [269]
September 9 Wienerschnitzel Day [270]
September 10National TV Dinner Day [271]
September 11National Hot Cross Bun Day [269]
September 12National Chocolate Milkshake Day [272] [273]
September 13National Peanut Day [264]
September 13 National Chocolate Day [274]
September 14National Eat a Hoagie Day [264]
September 14National Cream-Filled Donut Day [275]
September 15National Crème de Menthe Day [122]
September 15National Double Cheeseburger Day [122]
September 15National Linguine Day [122] [264]
September 15National Cheese Toast Day [122] [264] [276]
September 16National Guacamole Day [264]
September 16National Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Day [277]
September 17National Apple Dumpling Day [264]
September 17National Monte Cristo Sandwich Day [278]
September 18National Cheeseburger Day [279]
September 19National Butterscotch Pudding Day [269]
September 20National Pepperoni Pizza Day [280]
September 20National Punch Day [281] [282]
September 20National Rum Punch Day [281] [283]
September 20National Queso Day [284]
September 21National Pecan Cookie Day [285]
September 22International Mixed Berries Muffin Day [264]
September 25National Lobster Day [286]
September 26National Better Breakfast Day [264]
September 26National Pancake Day [287]
September 26National Dumpling Day [288]
September 26 Johnny Appleseed Day John Chapman [95]
September 27National Chocolate Milk Day [289] [290]
September 27National Corned Beef Hash Day [291] [292]
September 28International Poke Day [293] [294]
September 28Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children [295]
September 29National Coffee Day [296] [297]
September 29National Biscotti DayBiscotti Goddess [298] [299] [300] [301]
September 30National Hot Mulled Cider Day [264]

October

DateEventOriginNotes
October 4National Taco Day
October 4National Vodka Day [100]
October 6National Noodle Day [302]
October 8National Fluffernutter Day [303]
October 8National Pierogi Day [304]
October 9International Beer and Pizza Day [305]
October 11National Sausage Pizza Day [77] [78] [306] [307]
October 14National Dessert Day [308]
October 17National Pasta Day
October 18National Chocolate Cupcake Day [309]
October 20National Brandied Fruit Day [104] [310]
October 20National Office Chocolate Day [104] [310]
October 22National Nut Day [311]
October 23National Boston Creme Pie Day [104] [310]
October 24National Bologna Day [61] [312]
October 24National Food Day Center for Science in the Public Interest [313]
October 25National Greasy Food Day [314] [315]
October 25National Butter Day
October 28National Chocolate Day [316]
October 29National Oatmeal Day [316]
October 30Haunted Refrigerator NightThomas Roy [317]
October 30National Candy Corn Day [318]
October 31National Candy Apple Day [319]
October 31National Caramel Apple Day [320]

November

DateEventOriginNotes
First Thursday of NovemberNational Men Make Dinner Day1998, Sandy Sharkey [321] [322] [323]
Fourth Thursday of November Thanksgiving Day [324] [325]
Day after ThanksgivingSinkie Day [84]
First Wednesday of NovemberNational Eating Healthy Day American Heart Association [326]
November 1National Vinegar Day [327] [328]
November 1National French Fried Clam Day [329]
November 1National Cook For Your Pets Day [330]
November 2National Deviled Egg Day [100] [331]
November 3National Bison Day [332]
November 3National Sandwich Day [331] [333]
November 4National Candy Day [100]
November 5National Doughnut Day II1930s [334]
November 6National Nachos Day [100]
November 7National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day [64] [100] [104] [330]
November 8National Harvey Wallbanger Day [335]
November 8Cook Something Bold and Pungent DayThomas Roy [61] [317] [331]
November 9National Scrapple Day [336] [337]
November 10National Vanilla Cupcake Day [100]
November 11National Sundae Day [338]
November 12National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day [100] [104]
November 12Chicken Soup for the Soul Day Chicken Soup for the Soul Enterprises Inc. [339]
November 12National Happy Hour Day [340]
November 13National Indian Pudding Day [341]
November 14National Pickle Day [342] [343]
November 14National Spicy Guacamole Day [344]
November 15National Spicy Hermit Cookie Day [100]
November 15National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day [331] [345]
November 16National Fast Food Day [346] [347]
November 17National Baklava Day [348]
November 17Homemade Bread Day [331]
November 18National Vichyssoise Day [349]
November 18National Apple Cider Day [350]
November 19 Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day [351]
November 20National Peanut Butter Fudge Day National Peanut Board [100]
November 21National Stuffing Day [352]
November 23 National Cashew Day [100] [353]
November 23National Eat A Cranberry Day [331]
November 23National Espresso Day [354]
November 25National Parfait Day [100] [331]
November 26National Cake Day [100]
November 28National French Toast Day [93] [100]
November 29Throw Out Your Leftovers Day [331]
November 29National Lemon Cream Pie Day [355]
November 29National Chocolates Day [100] [331]
November 30National Mousse Day [100]

December

DateEventOriginNotes
December 1Eat a Red Apple Day [61] [356]
December 2National Fritters Day [357]
December 4National Cookie Day1987, Blue Chip Cookie Company [356] [358] [359]
December 8National Brownie Day [360] [356]
December 8National Concha Day [361] [362] [363] [364] [365]
December 9National Pastry Day [366]
December 10National Lager Day [340]
December 11National Noodle Ring Day [122] [77] [78] [367] [368]
December 11National Have a Bagel Day [77] [78] [369]
December 13National Hot Cocoa Day [370]
December 15National Cupcake Day [371]
December 16National Green Chili Day [372] [373]
December 16Chocolate Covered Day [374]
December 17National Maple Syrup Day [375]
December 20National Sangria Day [340] [376]
December 21National Hamburger Day [82]
December 22National Date Nut Bread Day [377]
December 24National Eggnog Day [340]
December 25National Pumpkin Pie Day [93] [356]
December 27National Fruitcake Day [110]
December 30National Bicarbonate of Soda Day [61]
December 31National Champagne Day [378] [379]

See also

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Chocolate-covered cherry

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Raspberry pie Pie with a raspberry filling

Raspberry pie is a type of pie with a raspberry filling. The primary ingredients of raspberry pie include raspberries, sugar, lemon juice, salt, and butter. A common variant of raspberry pie is raspberry cream pies, which are raspberry pies with cream added. Raspberry pie is eaten around the world, and the specific region of origin of raspberry pie is unknown.

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