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If you love food recipes, you’re in luck. We’ve got tons of tasty treats to tempt your taste buds!

There’s something for everyone and every palate. Everything from fancy chocolates soufflés, to simple homemade soup recipes, from sweet coconut cream pies to savory pretzel recipes.

Whether enjoyed with friends or family, food has a magical way of bringing people together. In addition to weeknight dishes, we have traditional food recipes associated with every holiday.

Check out these hot cross buns for Easter, caramel apples for Halloween, cranberry relish for Thanksgiving and gingerbread cookies for Christmas. All of them would be great to bring to your next holiday gathering.

National Rotisserie Chicken Day is a national food holiday which is celebrated each year on June 2. Who doesn’t love the taste of succulent chicken with its rich flavor and toasty looking skin? Stores and supermarkets have been selling rotisserie chickens since the 1930s. With the rise of busy households, they are even more popular …

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This list of food holidays in June gives us so many recipes to share. From iced tea to chocolate ice cream every day of the month has at least one food or drink associated with it which makes it easy to celebrate.  National days are fun to celebrate, no matter the reason. But add in some …

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National Buttermilk Biscuit Day falls on May 14. It’s a tasty national day that foodies love to celebrate. Who can resist the tempting flavor of flaky buttermilk biscuits? They are a staple in the South at any gathering. If you love them as much as I do, today is the day to celebrate. Southern style …

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This list of May food holidays gives us so many recipes to share. From brunch for Mom on Mother’s Day, spicy delights for Cinco de Mayo and BBQ makings to share with friends and family for Memorial Day, the month is overload for foodies. Every day of the month has at least one food or drink …

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Who doesn’t like an easy-to-make Independence Day dessert? This super quick 4th of July flag platter could not be easier to assemble. It’s fun to make, healthy, and delicious to eat and your party guests will love it. All it takes are 4 ingredients, a cookie sheet, and a few minutes of preparation, and this …

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While you might not think much about the history of pretzels before consuming them, they have a story worth being told. Not only are pretzels a symbol of several holidays, but they also hold religious meaning. Even though you can find pretzels year round, you’ll see them with even more frequency during Lent and Easter. …

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Potato chips are a delicious snack enjoyed by people all over the world. There’s even a national day dedicated to them called National Potato Chip Day, which falls annually on March 14. As with many inventions, there is some debate as to who invented potato chips, and several people have been credited with the title. …

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This list of food holidays in January starts our year out in a tasty way. Almost every day of the month has a food or drink associated with it which makes it very easy to have fun with friends. We are starting a whole new year, which gives us over 365 food days to celebrate. …

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There are many types of pies to celebrate during the year, from classics like cherry pies to creative picks like coconut cream pies. Today is National Pumpkin Pie Day, which celebrates a crowd pleasing favorite – the pumpkin pie! Pumpkin pie is commonly served during the fall, at Halloween parties and Thanksgiving dinners. This is …

Read More about National Pumpkin Pie Day – December 25 (Easy Recipe Included)

November 6 is the perfect day to make a big plate of nachos, because it’s National Nacho Day! If you need recipe inspiration, scroll to the bottom of the page to get our easy nachos recipe. This flavorful appetizer hails from Mexico and makes a great snack during the Super Bowl, Cinco De Mayo, and …

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Get ready to delight your tastebuds on World Pasta Day on October 25! There are roughly 350 different types of pasta, and this October food day is the perfect excuse to try one you hadn’t before. Keep reading to learn about twenty of the most popular types of pasta and their best sauce pairings. There …

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Make these autumn leaf cookies to bring the color of leaves and the feel of fall to your Thanksgiving holiday table. Pumpkin spice creamer gives this Thanksgiving cookie recipe a very seasonal flavor. Leaves are so popular in fall, that there is even a national day devoted to them – October 3 is Look at …

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September 16 is special for many reasons. Not only is it National Guacamole Day, but it’s also Mexican Independence Day which has been observed since 1810! National Guacamole Day is one of the many days dedicated to Mexican food. Some others are National Tortilla Chip Day, National Burrito Day, National Quesadilla Day, National Chimichanga Day, …

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This list of  food holidays for September gives us so many reasons to celebrate. From National Cherry Pie Day on September 1 to National Chewing Gum Day on the 30th. Every day of the September has at least one food or drink associated with it. This makes it a cinch to make each day a special …

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This list of national food holidays in August gives us so many recipes to share. From Homemade Pie Day to Eat Outside Day, every day of the month has at least one food or drink associated with it. This makes the month full of days to celebrate. National days are so much fun to celebrate, no matter …

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With the warm days of summer and 4th of July celebrations upon us, it’s no surprise that July is National Grilling Month. It’s the perfect time get your friends and family together and throw your favorite grilling recipes on the barbecue! Whether you’re grilling for a large party, or just for yourself, make sure to …

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It’s no coincidence that National Corned Beef and Cabbage Day shares a date with St. Patrick’s Day. While this dish can be found during other times of the year, it is most frequently eaten on March 17th. On St. Patrick’s Day, our thoughts turn to the color green, shamrocks, leprechauns and of course corned beef …

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March is a month of spring and has the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day and Mardi Gras. Did you know that there are also dozens of food holidays in March? National days are fun to celebrate, no matter the reason. But when you mention some of your favorite foods and refreshing drinks, everyone starts to …

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Are you looking for special days in the month of February to celebrate with food? Then this list of February food holidays is for you! There are 365 days of the year and almost every single one of them has a national day or foodie holiday associated with it! And with Valentine’s Day in the …

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November 4 is celebrated as National Candy Day. I don’t know about you, but I don’t need a reason to celebrate with candy! But since it’s the day for it, join me for some fun facts and recipes to honor this tasty national day. Halloween is no sooner done than the next round of holiday …

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Hooray, National Hot Cross Bun Day is here! This pastry themed September food day gives us a great excuse to do some baking to honor this tasty treat.   If you’d like to try making them yourself, keep reading for a homemade hot cross buns recipe. The secret ingredient is rum-soaked raisins! While this day falls …

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If you’re a chocolate fan, it’s your lucky day! We’ve compiled 20+ chocolate recipes to celebrate National Milk Chocolate Day. Falling annually on July 28, National Milk Chocolate Day is a great excuse to celebrate milk chocolate! However, we wouldn’t stop you from celebrating it all year long!  Keep reading for ways to observe this …

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Celebrating Easter wouldn’t be the same without the appearance of freshly baked Easter breads. For many, it’s a non-negotiable part of the holiday festivities. Though holiday traditions vary regionally, one thing everyone can agree on is serving their own traditional Easter bread for the holiday. Easter breads are symbols of Easter. They join the other …

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If you’ve ever had hot cross buns, you know how delicious they are. However, do you know the history of hot cross buns at Easter, and the meaning and symbolism they hold for the holiday? When you think of Easter, images of hot cross buns, the Easter bunny, Easter eggs, Easter lilies and pastel colors …

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December 18 is one of this month’s food holidays and is celebrated each year as Bake Cookies Day. We’ll be honoring the day with some tasty cookies using the colors of Christmas red and green gumdrops. The best thing about Bake Cookies Day is that it’s a great excuse to eat cookies. Any excuse to …

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These adorable little snowman cake pops are sweetness on a stick. They make a great stand alone snack and are also cute on a dessert table as part of a centerpiece. The project is made from vanilla cake mix batter and frosting that is made into balls and threaded on a cake pop stick and …

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