November 1st- National Bison Day

November 1st- National Bison Day

Fun Facts About Bison: #1. Bison are the largest mammal in North America. #2. Yellowstone National Park is the only place in the U.S. where bison have continuously lived since prehistoric times. #3. Bison can run up to 35 miles and hour and are extremely agile. #4....
November 2nd-  National Deviled Egg Day

November 2nd- National Deviled Egg Day

Fun Facts About Eggs & Deviled Eggs: #1. The deviled egg originated in ancient Rome. Eggs were boiled, seasoned with spicy sauces and then typically served at the beginning of a meal. #2. The term “deviled” dates back to the 19th century, referring to the use of...
November 3rd- National Sandwich Day

November 3rd- National Sandwich Day

Fun Facts About Sandwiches: #1. Americans eat 300 million sandwiches a day. #2. Hero, hoagie, potbelly, grinder, sub, torpedo, blimpie, wedge and po’ boy are the nine names there are for an oblong sandwich. #3. The Quintessential Grilled Cheese at Serendipity in...
November 4th- National Candy Day

November 4th- National Candy Day

Fun Facts About Candy: #1. During World War II, American soldiers were given Tootsie Rolls in their rations because of the candy’s ability to withstand all weather conditions. #2. Germans consume twice as much candy as Americans. #3. Candy corn, also known as “chicken...
November 5th- National Doughnut Day

November 5th- National Doughnut Day

Fun Facts About Doughnuts: #1. Doughnuts vs. Donuts? “Doughnut” is actually proper, but “donut” is acceptable. If you look in older dictionaries, you’ll only find “doughnut.” However, the Merriam-Webster dictionary now lists “donut” as a variant of “doughnut.” #2....
November 6th- National Nachos Day

November 6th- National Nachos Day

Fun Facts About Nachos: #1. In Mexico nachos are called ‘totopos’. #2. Nachos is the food most craved by pregnant women. #3. The first known appearance of the word “nachos” in English dates to 1949, from the book A Taste of Texas. #4. Nachos date back to 1943. #5. An...