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National Bomb Pop Day

The refreshing, sweet, red, white and blue popsicle known as the Bomb Pop will bring you straight back to childhood days cooling down from the summer heat.

National Orange Blossom Day

Try a recipe using the fragrant blossoms of oranges, or even try making your own essential oils or perfumes with this sweet-smelling little flower.

National Ceviche Day

If you’ve never tried the citrusy seafood known as ceviche, now’s the time! Just the freshest raw fish, some citrus, and a garnish of cilantro.

National Grand Marnier Day

An innovative liquor, Grand Marnier goes well with many things. Mix it together with champagne, or make a Grand Marnier-based margarita with tequila.

National Pecan Torte Day

Eggs, sugar, bread crumbs, vanilla, and of course pecans are all it takes to make a pecan torte, a tasty, rich, decadent and moist pecan-based flourless cake.

National Sponge Cake Day

Light, fluffy, sweet and decadent, the sponge cake is a versatile kind of cake sure to satisfy. Visit a bakery or try making your own sponge cake at home.

National Peach Pie Day

A delectable creation that pays homage to the sweet essence of sun-kissed orchards, embracing tradition and delighting the senses.

National Banana Split Day

Savoring a delightful trio of creamy scoops, crowned with a medley of toppings that create a harmonious blend of flavors and textures.

Goat’s Cheese Day

See what goats cheeses are local to your area, and give them a try. Find a recipe, or simply taste-test a few to see what you like best and diversify your food.

National Applesauce Cake Day

Baking an applesauce cake is simple: all you need is flour, butter, sugar, baking soda, cinnamon, cloves, and of course applesauce to make this moist treat.

National Moonshine Day

Hit up your local liquor store and give moonshine a try. But be careful: the 100 Proof liquor is meant to be sipped slowly and consumed in moderation.

National Cognac Day

Made from wine grapes grown in a particular region of France, Cognac is actually a form of brandy. Host a tasting party and sit around in leather armchairs.

National Chocolate Macaroon Day

Usually associated with coconut, the macaroon has been adapted by many different cultures. Try a classic recipe with a chocolate ganache on Chocolate Macaroon Day.

National Rotisserie Chicken Day

The rotisserie chicken is an inexpensive, hassle-free way to make a delicious lunch or dinner. Go out and buy one, and forget about cooking for one night.

National Candied Orange Peel Day

Waste not, want not. Instead of throwing out the otherwise bitter rind of your orange, use the peel to make a delicious, flavorful, all-natural candied snack.

National Hoagie Day

Load up a soft or crispy bread roll with your favorite toppings, like meat, lettuce, tomato, and mustard, and dig in. Just don’t forget the napkins!

National Wine Day

If only every day was Wine Day. Gather some friends together and splurge on some fancier wines, or visit a vineyard to try out your local selections.

National Quiche Lorraine Day

A shortcrust pastry, bacon, eggs, cream, milk, cheese, and a little time in the oven; that’s all it takes to make the delicious and fancy-sounding Quiche Lorraine.

National Brisket Day

Take the plunge and try your hand at making one of the more complicated but also most delicious cuts of beef, the ever-popular brisket.

Plant a Lemon Tree Day

Lemon trees are good for the environment, and incredibly useful. Make lemonade, salad dressing, cocktails and more. Just plant a lemon tree and reap the benefits.

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National Porridge Day

Wake up to a warm, hearty breakfast that will keep you fueled for hours with a classic dish that's been enjoyed for centuries.

International Asteroid Day

Explore the mysteries of space rocks hurtling through the galaxy, with the potential to unlock secrets of our universe!

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