July Food Days for Food Bloggers

July Food Days for Food Bloggers

A detailed list of July food observances makes it easy for food content creators to brainstorm blog and email content ideas.

If you’re looking for ideas for July content for your food blog’s email newsletters or social media channels, or you’re wanting to brainstorm recipe ideas or come up with fun food videos for your YouTube channel, check out all of these July food holidays. You’re sure to find something that gets your creative juices flowing – there’s suitable topics for every kind of food blogger and food content creator.

Many of these observances are based on dates in the United States but are often celebrated in the food community at large. I’ve tried to note where a month, week or day is tied to a specific country other than the USA. And where a day is observed globally, that has been noted as well.

Some July food days do shift from year to year but these dates should be current for 2024

Table of Contents

July Month-Long Food Observances

  • Baked Beans Month
  • Beans Month
  • Bison Month
  • Blueberry Month
  • Corn Month
  • Culinary Arts Month
  • Eggplant Month
  • Grilling Month
  • Horseradish Month
  • Hot Dog Month
  • Ice Cream Month
  • Pickle Month
  • Picnic Month
  • Watermelon Month

July Week-Long Food Observances

  • July 7-12: Canned Luncheon Meat Week or Spam Week (first full week of July)
  • July 7-12: Sparkling Wine Week (first full week of July)

July Food Days

July Food Days: July 1-7

  • July 1: Creative Ice Cream Flavor Day
  • July 1: Gingersnap day
  • July 1: International Chicken Wing Day
  • July 1: International Fruit Day
  • July 2: Anisette Day
  • July 3: Chocolate Wafer Day
  • July 3: Eat Your Beans Day
  • July 3: Fried Clam Day
  • July 3: Independent Beer Run Day
  • July 4: Barbecue Spare Ribs Day
  • July 4: Jackfruit Day
  • July 4: Caesar Salad Day
  • July 4: Independence From Meat Day
  • July 4: Sidewalk Egg Frying Day
  • July 4: Thirsty Thursday (first Thursday of July)
  • July 5: Apple Turnover Day
  • July 5: Graham Cracker Day
  • July 5: Jam Day
  • July 6: Fried Chicken Day
  • July 6: Hand Roll Day (sushi)
  • July 7: World Chocolate day
  • July 7: Strawberry Sundae Day
  • July 7: Macaroni Day

July Food Days: July 8-14

  • July 8: Blueberry Day
  • July 8: Chocolate with Almonds Day
  • July 8: Ice Cream Sundae Day
  • July 8: Freezer Pop Day
  • July 8: Raspberry Day
  • July 9: Sugar Cookie Day
  • July 9: Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Omelet Day
  • July 10: Pina Colada Day
  • July 10: Pick Blueberries Day
  • July 11: Blueberry Muffin day
  • July 11: Mojito Day
  • July 11: Rainier Cherry Day
  • July 11: 7-11 or Free Slurpee Day
  • July 11: State Fair Food Day
  • July 12: French Fry Day (2nd Friday in July)
  • July 12: Eat Your Jello Day
  • July 12: Pecan Pie Day
  • July 12: World Kebab Day
  • July 13: Beans ‘n’ Franks Day
  • July 14: Grand Marnier Day
  • July 14: Macaroni and Cheese Day

July Food Days: July 15-21

  • July 15: Gummy Worm Day
  • July 15: Tapioca Pudding Day
  • July 15: Orange Chicken Day
  • July 16: Corn Fritters Day
  • July 16: Fresh Spinach Day
  • July 16: Personal Chef Day
  • July 16: Cherry Day
  • July 17: Hot Dog Day (3rd Wednesday in July)
  • July 17: Peach Ice Cream Day
  • July 18: Caviar Day
  • July 18: Sour Candy Day
  • July 18: Dole Whip Day (3rd Thursday in July)
  • July 18: Tropical Fruit Day
  • July 19: Daiquiri Day
  • July 20: Lollipop Day
  • July 20: Fortune Cookie Day
  • July 20: Strawberry Rhubarb Wine Day
  • July 21: Ice Cream Day (3rd Sunday in July)
  • July 21: Junk Food Day
  • July 21: Lamington Day

July Food Days: July 22-28

  • July 22: Penuche Fudge Day
  • July 22: Mango Day
  • July 22: BLT Day
  • July 23: Sprinkles Day
  • July 23: Vanilla Ice Cream Day
  • July 23: Peanut Butter & Chocolate Day
  • July 24: Tequila Day
  • July 24: Drive-Thru Day
  • July 25: Refreshment Day (4th Thursday in July)
  • July 25: Shiraz Day (4th Thursday in July)
  • July 25: Wine & Cheese Day
  • July 25: Chili Dog Day (last Thursday in July)
  • July 25: Hot Fudge Sunday Day
  • July 25: Culinarians’ Day
  • July 26: Bagelfest Day
  • July 26: Coffee Milkshake Day
  • July 26: World Tofu day
  • July 27: Scotch Day
  • July 27: Crème Brûlée Day
  • July 27: Chicken Finger Day
  • July 28: Milk Chocolate Day

July Food Days: July 29-31

  • July 29: Chicken Wing Day
  • July 29: Lasagna Day
  • July 30: Cheesecake Day
  • July 31: Avocado Day
  • July 31: Raspberry Cake Day
  • July 31: Jump for Jelly Beans Day
  • July 31: Shredded Wheat Day

Did I miss something? Leave me a note in the comments and I’ll add it.

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July Newsletter Content Ideas for Food Bloggers

July Newsletter Content Ideas for Food Bloggers

There are so many delicious options to write about in your July email newsletters! If you’re a food bloggers or food content creator, the hard part will be narrowing down those options. So let’s get writing!

July is another bumper month for content. Many of the ideas I shared in June cross over into July (and I’ll recap a few here but for the full list check out June Newsletter Ideas for Food Bloggers)

SEASONAL HOLIDAYS:

Canada Day (July 1) and Independence Day (US – July 4)

  • grilling recipes, potlucks, BBQs, picnics
  • red and white food (Canada Day) or red, white and blue food (July 4): make the most of seasonal strawberries, cherries and blueberries
  • Canada Day or July 4 menu ideas for a grilling night, potlucks, appetizers etc

SEASONAL FOOD:

Summer produce is in full swing!

  • tail end of strawberry season in many places
  • raspberries, blueberries, gooseberries, Saskatoon berries, haskap berries
  • stone fruits: cherries and apricots with peaches arriving in late July in some areas
  • melons
  • veggies: peas, green beans, tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, salad greens, zucchini, radishes, swiss chard, corn, new potatoes
  • canning, preserving and freezing – don’t forget jams and jellies!
  • pie
  • summer cocktails, mocktails and other iced drinks
  • grilling recipes
  • seafood
  • frozen desserts (popsicles, ice cream, gelato)
  • no-bake desserts
  • potluck and picnic dishes
  • homemade BBQ sauces, spice rubs and marinades
  • air fryers and instant pots as ways to cook and keep the kitchen cool
  • dishes best served cold

KEEP THE KITCHEN COOL:

Nobody wants to turn on an oven in July or August – unless it’s an outdoor pizza oven! Think make ahead meals, dishes best served cold or household appliances that don’t generate much heat:

  • potato and pasta salads
  • cold proteins (cook in the morning and serve in the evening): cold chicken, ham
  • fresh fruit and veggies with light, bright dressings
  • no-bake desserts
  • Instant Pot, Air Fryer, slow cooker and BBQ or propane grill recipes

** Note that in many areas as wildfire season is in full swing, any kind of outdoor flame may be banned

CANNING AND PRESERVING:

Gardens, farmer’s markets and farm gate sales are now in full on production mode with entire flats of fresh fruit and produce available for sale. And that means it’s canning, preserving and freezing season!

  • basic equipment
  • different types of preserving
  • basic safety precautions and preserving techniques
  • jams and jellies (unique flavour ideas are big right now!)
  • salsas, pickles, pasta sauces

ROAD TRIPS & ENTERTAINING:

There are still opportunities to focus on outdoor cooking and entertaining. But don’t just focus on grilling! This time of year people are cooking on portable camp stoves, charcoal BBQs, over campfires, in RVs, on the beach or at their Air BnB.  And they’re eating while moving!

Also think about pool parties, outdoor movie nights, picnics, impromptu neighbourhood get togethers, sports tournaments – anywhere people are gathering, they’ll want food and cold drinks.

BACK TO SCHOOL:

This one is a little wild for me as back to school here is always after Labour Day in September but, a lot of areas go back as early as August. I’ll have more ideas for this next month but have it on your radar and start planning your BTS content for all your platforms.

This is just a smattering of ideas – take them and run with them. Shape them to fit your niche and content. The hardest part about June and July is narrowing it down to a few topics.

Now’s the time to get started. Plan out your June newsletter calendar and batch write your emails. Schedule them and you’re good to go!

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Do Food Bloggers Need a Lead Magnet?

Do Food Bloggers Need a Lead Magnet?

A lot of the food bloggers and food content creators I work with ask me if they need a lead magnet to help grow their email list. So let’s talk about it – are lead magnets worth it, or not?

Let’s start with the basics. Before you decide if you want a lead magnet or not, let’s answer the most important question first…

WHAT IS A LEAD MAGNET?

If you’re not 100% sure what a lead magnet is, let’s start there with a quick introduction.A lead magnet is an incentive that you give away to readers or visitors to your website in exchange for having them sign up to your email list. Quid pro quo!

A lead magnet doesn’t have to be complex, in depth or fancy.  An ideal magnet should be low effort for you to create and high value for the person signing up for your list.

Do not confuse what you consider to be high value with what your reader considers high value.  This is a common mistake content creators make.

You’re the expert. When we’re the expert or when something comes easily or seems obvious to us, it’s easy for us to forget that’s not the case for others.

Sometimes, high value may be as simple as saving somebody time (anything that saves me time is extremely high value to me).

I’m not going to get into a comprehensive list of lead magnet ideas here – I’ll save that for the next post But if you’re considering creating a lead magnet or two, think about what you can quickly and easily provide that makes life easier for your readers?

DO I NEED A LEAD MAGNET FOR MY FOOD BLOG?

No,  you do not need a lead magnet.

I get asked this all the time and no, you really don’t. You can still build a good, healthy list without a lead magnet.

But… (I always have a “but”, right? 🤣), you will have to work harder to get subscribers and it will be a slower process.

Signing up for a newsletter is generally not the reason people land on your site and it’s not going to be top of mind.  With or without a lead magnet, you’ll need to make it top of mind for them. And with no incentive, you’ll need to work harder to do that.

Make sure people have lots of visual queues to sign up on your website with popups, inline forms on individual blogs posts, text links and sidebar boxes.

You’ll need to ask people to signup via your social media channels – and make it easy for them to do so. Create an easy landing page URL where the only thing people can do is sign up for your list. (This is mine – and for what it’s worth, I don’t currently have a lead magnet!)

The upside of this? People who do sign up for your list will be there because they really want to hear from you –  and that, my friends, is the basis for a healthy list!


THE #1 REASON PEOPLE TELL ME THEY DON’T HAVE A LEAD MAGNET

The biggest reason I hear for not having a lead magnet (and I hear it again and again) is that “people just sign up to get the freebie and then they unsubscribe”.

This doesn’t cut the mustard with me.

If you don’t want to have a lead magnet, don’t have one. That’s totally fine.

But if you have a lead magnet and you wind up with a net increase in subscribers every month, the lead magnet is doing its job. Why would you ditch it?

If you have a net decrease in subscribers then sure, get rid of it. And then you probably need to dive deeper into why you’re losing more subscribers than you’re gaining every month. Because, it’s probably not the lead magnet!

PEOPLE WHO UNSUBSCRIBE AFTER GETTING THE LEAD MAGNET

Yes, some people are going to sign up for your list, grab the freebie and run. That’s life. Just like they land on your website from google, get the recipe they wanted and wave buh-bye. How many of us drop into Walmart to buy the loss leader in that week’s circular and then get the heck out of there?  

We all do stuff like this from time to time when it comes to the businesses we interact with.

If your lead magnet is low effort for you, then it’s really not a big deal if somebody unsubscribes after they get your lead magnet.

Let them go.

They were never going to engage with your emails anyway and they wind up costing you money instead of making you money.

But, the people who do this are almost always the minority. It just feels like they’re the majority because they’re actively letting you know that you’re not for them and that always sucks. (think about how we obsess over the one negative or ignorant comment on a recipe but disregard the dozens of positive comments??)

THE OTHER REASONS PEOPLE UNSUBSCRIBE SHORTLY AFTER GETTING YOUR FREEBIE

It’s more likely that people unsubscribe from your email list after getting your lead magnet for one of these reasons:

  • they read it and realized your tone or style is not for them
  • the lead magnet didn’t deliver what it promised
  • they were inundated with multiple emails from you in a very short period of time
  • your send frequency is too high for their tolerance
  • your list onboarding is clunky

The first? Well that stinks but, we can’t be for everyone.  We shouldn’t even try. Having a unique voice and a strong point of view will help you stand out and build a strong following. But it will also turn some people off. And that’s ok!

It wouldn’t hurt, though, to have a few friends or food content creator peers review your lead magnet and your initial emails to see if maybe the tone is coming across awkwardly or your humour or words are falling flat.

The other reasons? Those are all things that are fixable! But it’ll mean you need to sit down and have an honest talk with yourself about what you’re doing.

⭐️ Are you delivering what you promised in the lead magnet?
⭐️ How many emails did they get from you in the first week? 1? 3? 7? TEN???
⭐️ Were you up front about how often they can expect to hear from you in the welcome email you sent them?
⭐️ Did they have to jump through hoops for the lead magnet to drop in their inbox? (and yes, you should be using double opt-in)

THE LAST WORD ON LEAD MAGNETS FOR FOOD CONTENT CREATORS

No, you don’t need one.

But having one will help you grow your list faster – especially if it’s something your ideal subscriber values.

If you have a lead magnet and you’re getting a net increase in subscribers every month, it’s doing it’s job.  I would keep it

Don’t worry about unsubscribes so much as long as you’re growing, your open rate is steady and people are engaging with your email content.

I’ll be back soon to talk about the kinds of lead magnets you can offer that will be easy for you to make and highly valued by your audience!

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May Food Days for Food Bloggers

May Food Days for Food Bloggers

A detailed list of May food observances makes it easy for food content creators to brainstorm blog and email content ideas.

If you’re looking for ideas for May content for your food blog’s email newsletters or social media channels, or you’re wanting to brainstorm recipe ideas or come up with fun food videos for your YouTube channel, check out all of these May food holidays. You’re sure to find something that gets your mouth watering – there’s suitable topics for every kind of food blogger and food content creator.

Many of these observances are based on dates in the United States but are often celebrated in the food community at large. I’ve tried to note where a month, week or day is tied to a specific country other than the USA. And where a day is observed globally, that has been noted as well.

Some food observance dates do shift from year to year but these dates should be current for 2024

Table of Contents

May Food Month Observances

  • American Cheese Month
  • Asparagus Month
  • Beef Month
  • BBQ Month
  • Gazpacho Aficionado Month
  • Egg Month
  • Loaded Potato Month
  • Hamburger Month (goes well with beef month)
  • Salad Month
  • Salsa Month
  • Strawberry Month (and they’re in season most places!)
  • Vinegar Month

May Food Week Observances

  • May 1-7: National Raisin Week
  • May 3-9: National Herb Week
  • May 13-19: American Craft Beer Week
  • May 16-22: British Sandwich Week
  • May 19-25: International Pickles Week

May Food Days

May Food Days: May 1-7

  • May 1: Chocolate Parfait Day
  • May 2: Chocolate Truffle Day
  • May 3: Raspberry Popover Day
  • May 3: Raspberry Tart Day
  • May 3: Chocolate Custard Day
  • May 4: Homebrew Day
  • May 4: Candied Orange Peel Day
  • May 4: Orange Juice Day
  • May 5: Hoagie Day
  • May 5: Cinco de Mayo
  • May 5: Enchilada Day
  • May 5: Totally Chipotle Day
  • May 6: Crêpes Suzette Day
  • May 7: Roast Leg of Lamb Day

May Food Days: May 8-14

  • May 8: Coconut Cream Pie Day
  • May 8: Have a Coke Day
  • May 9: Butterscotch Brownie Day
  • May 9: Moscato Day (changes year to year)
  • May 10: Shrimp Day
  • May 10: Liver & Onions Day
  • May 11: Brunch for Lunch Day (celebrated the day before Mother’s Day)
  • May 11: “Eat What You Want” Day
  • May 11: Hostess Cupcake Day
  • May 12: Mother’s Day (2nd Sunday of the month)
  • May 12: Nutty Fudge Day
  • May 13: Apple Pie Day
  • May 13: Crouton Day
  • May 13: Fruit Cocktail Day
  • May 13: International Hummus Day
  • May 14: Brioche Day
  • May 14: Buttermilk Biscuit Day

May Food Days: May 15-21

  • May 15: Chocolate Chip Day
  • May 16: BBQ Day
  • May 16: Coquille St-Jacques Day
  • May 17: Cherry Cobbler Day
  • May 18: Cheese Souffle Day
  • May 18: I Love Reese’s Day
  • May 19: Devil’s Food Cake Day
  • May 19: World Baking Day (3rd Sunday of May)
  • May 20: Quiche Lorraine Day
  • May 20: Pick Strawberries Day
  • May 21: Eat More Fruits and Vegetables Day
  • May 21: Strawberries & Cream Day

May Food Days: May 22-28

  • May 22: Vanilla Pudding Day
  • May 23: Taffy Day
  • May 24: Asparagus Day
  • May 24: Escargot Day
  • May 25: Brown Bag It Day
  • May 25: Wine Day
  • May 25: Italian Beef Day (4th Saturday of May)
  • May 26: Blueberry Cheesecake Day
  • May 26: Cherry Dessert Day
  • May 27: Grape Popsicle Day
  • May 28: Brisket Day
  • May 28: International Hamburger Day

May Food Days: May 29-31

  • May 29: Biscuit Day (UK – biscuit as in “cookie”)
  • May 29: Coq au Vin Day
  • May 30: Mint Julep Day
  • May 30: International Potato Day
  • May 31: Macaroon Day

Did I miss something? Leave me a note in the comments and I’ll add it.

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April Newsletter Ideas for Food Bloggers

April Newsletter Ideas for Food Bloggers

April is the time of year where we really start to see the first fresh, local produce start to make an appearance. Team that up seasonal holidays like Ramadan, Passover and Earth Day and there’s no shortage of April newsletter ideas for food bloggers and food content creators.

April offers up a wealth of content ideas for your email newsletters so now is the time to start writing and scheduling so they’re all ready to go next month.

SEASONAL HOLIDAYS:

In 2024, Easter is early (in March) so that means the major observances for April this year are Ramadan (which continues from March until April 10), Passover (April 22- April 30) and Earth Day (April 22). Each with their own unique food based traditions. That means lots of content ideas!

  • the food!
  • entertaining – small groups, large groups, casual, budget friendly, upscale, planning and prepping
  • kid friendly projects
  • classic traditions
  • modern twists on tradition
  • don’t forget leftovers!
  • sustainable ingredients
  • reducing food waste
  • trying a local diet (100km diet etc)

SEASONAL FOOD:

April can be a wild ride depending on where you live and how angry winter has been! Not all of these foods will be in season everywhere just yet (but they’re coming!)

  • asparagus
  • lettuce – a wide variety
  • spinach
  • radishes
  • rhubarb
  • fiddleheads
  • ramps
  • greenhouse produce: tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet peppers and strawberries
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BRUNCH IS BACK!

Early spring means brunch is back and patios are opening up – maybe even the one in your back yard! Start putting those brunch recipes and entertaining ideas out there. People will be looking for them!

EARLY MOTHER’S DAY:

People plan ahead for Mother’s Day in North America so it’s appropriate to start dripping content out in late April newsletters:

  • brunch and lunch
  • afternoon tea
  • cakes, pastries and desserts
  • outdoor dining
  • dinner menus
  • prep ahead

EARLY VEGGIE GARDENING:

Veggie gardening is food content and more and more people are interested in growing their own food! There is interest in small space gardening, container gardening and full scale backyard growing… and what they can cook with their new bounty!

TAILOR YOUR APRIL NEWSLETTER CONTENT FOR YOUR EMAIL AUDIENCE

As always, these are ideas to help you brainstorm. Adapt them to fit your audience and your niche, which you know better than anyone else.

Remember that your email audience may be different from the audience that finds you through search.

Focus on what your newsletter subscribers respond to. If you have the data available in your newsletter marketing platform, look at which content they responded to this time last year. Then create newsletter content that’s a good fit!

Now’s the time to get started. Plan out your April newsletter calendar and batch write your emails. Schedule them and you’re good to go!

** remember that you cannot use your direct Amazon affiliate product links in your emails but you can link to blog posts that contain Amazon affiliate links and you can link to your Amazon influencer shop. Check the rules of any other affiliate programs you use before including your links.

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March Food Days for Food Bloggers

March Food Days for Food Bloggers

This list of March food observances makes it easy for food content creators to brainstorm blog and email content ideas.

If you’re stuck for ideas for March content for your food blog’s email newsletters or social media channels, or you’re wanting to brainstorm recipe ideas or come up with fun food videos for your YouTube channel, check out all of these March food holidays. There truly is something for everyone and every type of food blogger and food content creator.

Many of these observances are based on dates in the United States but are often celebrated in the food community at large. I’ve tried to note where a month, week or day is tied to a specific country other than the USA. And where a day is observed globally, that has been noted as well.

Table of Contents

March Food Month Observances

  • Fresh Celery Month
  • Noodle Month
  • Flour Month (great for bakers)
  • Frozen Food Month (great for meal prep bloggers)
  • Nutrition Month (great for health professionals)
  • Peanut Month
  • Sauce Month
  • Caffeine Awareness Month

March Food Week Observances

  • March 3-9: Chocolate Chip Cookie Week
  • March 4-10: British Pie Week
  • March 17-23: National Ag Week (USA)
  • March 17-23: American Chocolate Week

March Food Days

March Food Days: March 1-7

  • March 1: Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
  • March 1: Fruit Compote Day
  • March 2: Banana Cream Pie Day
  • March 2: Egg McMuffin Day
  • March 3: Canadian Bacon Day
  • March 3: Cold Cuts Day
  • March 3: International Irish Whiskey Day
  • March 3: Mulled Wine Day
  • March 3: Moscow Mule Day
  • March 4: Pound Cake Day
  • March 4: Snack Day
  • March 5: Absinthe Day
  • March 5: Marmalade Day (UK)
  • March 5: Cheese Doodle Day
  • March 6: Oreo Day
  • March 6: Frozen Food Day
  • March 6: White Chocolate Cheesecake Day
  • March 7: Crown Roast of Pork Day
  • March 7: Cereal Day
  • March 7: Flapjack Day

March Food Days: March 8-14

  • March 8: Peanut Cluster Day
  • March 8: Hashbrown Day
  • March 9: Meatball Day
  • March 9: Crabmeat Day
  • March 10: Ranch Dressing Day
  • March 10: Pack Your Lunch Day
  • March 10: Blueberry Popover Day
  • March 10: International Lime Day
  • March 10: International Day of Awesomeness (not food related but it is awesome!)
  • March 11: Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day
  • March 11: Eat Your Nooodles Day
  • March 11: Chicken Parm Day
  • March 11: Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day
  • March 12: Milky Way Day
  • March 12: Baked Scallops Day
  • March 13: Chicken Noodle Soup Day
  • March 13: Ginger Ale Day
  • March 13: Reisling Day
  • March 13: Coconut Torte Day
  • March 14: Pi Day (as in the number Pi but many content creators celebrate with actual pie)
  • March 14: Popcorn Lover’s Day (2024)*
  • March 14: Potato Chip Day
  • March 14: Reuben Sandwich Day

March Food Days: March 15-21

  • March 15: Peanut Lover’s Day
  • March 16: Artichoke Heart Day
  • March 16: Corn Dog Day (2024)* (also observed on March 20 or thereabouts in some areas)
  • March 17: St. Patrick’s Day
  • March 17: Corned Beef & Cabbage Day
  • March 17: Irish Coffee Day
  • March 18: Sloppy Joe Day
  • March 18: Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day
  • March 18: Global Recycling Day
  • March 19: Tea for Two Tuesday (2024)*
  • March 19: Chocolate Caramel Day
  • March 19: Poultry Day
  • March 19: Oatmeal Cookie Day
  • March 19: Ag Day (USA)
  • March 20: Ravioli Day
  • March 20: World Macaron Day
  • March 20: Bock Beer Day
  • March 20: World Flour Day
  • March 21: Crunchy Taco Day
  • March 21: French Bread Day
  • March 21: California Strawberry Day
  • March 21: World Tiramisu Day
  • March 21: World Vermouth Day

March Food Days: March 22-28

  • March 22: Bavarian Crepes Day
  • March 22: Broccoli Day
  • March 23: Chips & Dip Day
  • March 23: Melba Toast Day
  • March 23: Tamale Day
  • March 23: Chia Day
  • March 24: Chocolate Covered Raisins Day
  • March 24: Cake Pop Day (also observed on Feb 1)
  • March 24: Cocktail Day
  • March 24: Cheesesteak Day
  • March 25: International Waffle Day
  • March 25: Pecan Day (different from National Pecan Day in April)
  • March 25: Lobster Newberg Day
  • March 26: Nougat Day
  • March 26: Spinach Day
  • March 27: World Whiskey Day
  • March 27: Spanish Paella Day
  • March 28: Food on a Stick Day
  • March 28: Black Forest Cake Day

March Food Days: March 29-31

  • March 29: Lemon Chiffon Cake Day
  • March 30: Hot Chicken Day
  • March 30: Turkey Neck Soup Day
  • March 31: Clam on the Half Shell Day
  • March 31: Oranges and Lemons Day
  • March 31: Cream Cheese Frosting Day (also observed on December 13)

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