Food & Drink

November 1, 2014

National Food and Drink Days in November

It’s always something, and national food and drink holidays are no exception. While seemingly silly and superfluous it is a public relations dream come true. How some of these commemorative days come into being is ironically a serious process with the President of the United States declaring a day of tribute by proclamation, [after some pretty heavy lobbying]. Petitions are setup by voters and trade associations to pay tribute to a social cause. The Senate, state legislatures, governors, and mayors have the ability to proclaim special observance days as well. After the observance day has been proclaimed, it is up to the lobbyists/petitioners to promote it to the public.

All seriousness aside, food and drink days give many people reason to celebrate, promote and just plain ‘ole have a good time.  So why not gather up your friends and family and celebrate some national food day this month?

The list of national food and drink days in November

  • November 1: National Deep Fried Clams Day and National Vinegar Day
  • November 2: National Deviled Egg Day
  • November 3: National Sandwich Day
  • November 4: National Candy Day
  • November 5: National Doughnut Day
  • November 6: National Nachos Day
  • November 7: Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
  • November 8: National Cappuccino Day and  National Harvey Wallbanger Day
  • November 9: National Scrapple Day
  • November 10: National Vanilla Cupcake Day
  • November 11: National Sundae Day
  • November 12: National Pizza With Everything Day (Except Anchovies)
  • November 13: National Indian Pudding Day
  • November 14: National Guacamole Day and National Pickle Day
  • November 15: National Raisin Bran Cereal Day and National Bundt Cake Day
  • November 16: National Fast Food Day
  • November 17: National Baklava Day and Homemade Bread Day
  • November 18: National Vichyssoise Day
  • November 19: Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day
  • November 20: National Peanut Butter Fudge Day and  Beaujolais Nouveau Day
  • November 21: Gingerbread Day
  • November 22: National Cashew Day
  • November 23: National Espresso Day
  • November 24: National Sardines Day
  • November 25: National Parfait Day
  • November 26: National Cake Day
  • November 27: National Bavarian Cream Pie Day
  • November 28: National French Toast Day
  • November 29: National Lemon Creme Pie Day
  • November 30: National Mousse Day
  • List sourced from Food Timeline

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