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National Nutrition Month

Careful selection of healthy, nourishing foods can sustain and protect our bodies, fueling us to pursue our passions and fulfill our potential.

Weights & Measures Day

Learn about the history of weights and measures in the past, as well as how we’ve come to use the various systems of measurement we use today.

National Mint Julep Day

Muddle mint leaves with simple syrup, add bourbon, and pack with ice. The mint julep is a refreshing cocktail commonly associated with the deep South.

National Drink Wine Day

Raise your glass to a delicious beverage that pairs well with a romantic dinner or a fun night out with friends!

National Prime Rib Day

Try your hand at slow-cooking your own succulent, tender prime rib, gather some friends together to share, or head out to a restaurant to enjoy the finest beef.

National Oyster Day

He was a brave man who first ate an oyster. Nevertheless, these slimy mollusks are a delicious delicacy, evoking the taste of the sea and open salt air.

National Oatmeal Cookie Day

Fun to make, even more fun to eat; bake (or buy) your favorite version of the sweet an at least a little healthy treat, the oatmeal cookie. Enjoy with milk!

National Chocolate Chip Day

Chocolate chip cookies, chocolate chip cookie dough pops…the possibilities are endless for tasty, irresistible treats on National Chocolate Chip Day.

National Blueberry Pie Day

Rich in antioxidants, blueberries make the perfect pie filling. Bake your own (it’s okay, you can use a store-bought crust) or visit a bakery or diner.

National Nutty Fudge Day

Try making your own fudge, or take a fun trip with friends or family to a nearby tourist town to try out any number of flavor and flavor combinations.

National Candy Month

Give yourself some room to indulge in your favorite candies during Candy Month, from Haribo gummy bears to Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and more.

National Country Cooking Month

Home baked bread, healthy veggies and tasty starches…try making healthy, affordable food from fresh, high-quality ingredients during Country Cooking month.

National Soul Food Month

Beginning in African-American communities in the 1960s, soul food now calls to mind the mouth-watering flavors of hearty, cheap recipes of all kinds.

National Iced Tea Month

When the weather gets too warm for hot tea, just ice it! Mint tea, fruity teas, even the Southern classic sweet tea will all refresh you on a warm and sunny day.

National Absinthe Day

The emerald liquid beckons, promising a mystical experience. As the spoon drips ice-cold water over the sugar cube, the aroma intoxicates. The Green Fairy whispers secrets, but beware: one too many sips, and she'll possess you.

National Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Day

Life is too short to dwell on small mistakes. Keep your head up, learn from your spills, and keep moving forward!

National Garlic Day

If you think you have enough garlic, add more. These flavorful bulbs improve just about every dish you could think to put them in, so get cooking!

National Hamburger Month

Host a cookout, make your own hamburgers, try a new kind of burger, or even just visit your favorite classic fast food restaurant to treat yourself.

National Blueberry Cheesecake Day

Try making your own blueberry cheesecake, or visit a bakery or restaurant to enjoy this cheesy, sweet, tangy graham cracker-crusted treat.

National Moscato Day

Host or attend a wine-tasting party, mix some Moscato cocktails, take a trip to wine country or just read up about the Muscat grape-based wine known as Moscato.

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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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