Food holidays in different countries
The first thing that springs to mind when you think of holidays is…food. It’s hard to envision any celebration without food. But some went further and set aside some days (a lot of days, actually) to celebrate food itself. Indeed, no one would argue that food itself is worth celebrating. So, here’s a list of days designated by different countries to celebrate, commemorate or acknowledge certain types of food and dishes.
A list of Food Holidays in different countries for 2020-2021 year
Tuesday 4 May
- World Give Day
(is one day a year when people all over the world come together to support the causes they care about most. Whether you donate to your favorite non-profit, a person in your community, or give some of your time, World Give Day is a day to focus on giving back); National Candied Orange Peel Day in USA
Sunday 18 July
- Hot Dog Day
(United States, Canada, Great Britain and Australia. It has been celebrated since 1971, when students first proposed it. Hot Dog Day itself is usually the third Saturday in April, although many students celebrate the entire "hot dog week", running from that Wednesday to that Sunday. July 18 – based on when the North American Meat Institute hosts its annual Hot Dog Lunch on Capitol Hill.); National Caviar Day in USA
How to celebrate food holidays
Well, treat yourself. There are more than 365 yummy excuses for cheating on your diet.