I have good news and bad news. The good news: It’s #NationalLasagnaDay! The bad news: It’s a million degrees outside. Why, oh why, must this day fall at the hottest time of year? We’d like to have a word with whoever sets these food holidays. November 15th sounds better, right? Hopefully “National Raisin Bran Cereal Day” won’t mind sharing the spotlight. Until then, though, we’re going to go ahead and celebrate anyway. Whether you’re dining al fresco or cranking your AC way up, we’ve got just the recipe for you.
Yep, they exist! These veggie-based recipes are carb-free and perfect for warm weather.
Sometimes, you’ve just gotta go all-in on that carby, cheesy, meaty slice of heaven.
These dishes fall somewhere in the middle of 100% comfort food and figure-friendly veggie stacks.
Want more? Try these 15 pasta sauce recipes to customize your lasagna any way you like it.
Sure, you could whip up a simple sammie for National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day, but why stop there when the possibilities are truly endless? It’s Saturday, after all, so get your hands sticky with the two best spreads that make you feel like a kid again… in bars, pie, doughnut holes and more!
Whether you’re a math nerd or you just like a good food holiday, Pi Day is the perfect excuse to indulge in a slice (or two!) of the good stuff. But don’t stop at a wedge a la mode for dessert—we’ve got sweet, savory, individual, breakfast and skillet pie recipes so that you can celebrate all day long. Get your geek on!
For breakfast: Bell Pepper & Manchego Crustless Quiche with Greens
Though we rarely need an excuse to drink wine, here’s a good one: It’s National Drink Wine Day! While a nice glass of red will certainly do the trick, a holiday like this deserves something a little more special, like a sparkling cocktail or a wintry mulled punch. And while you’re add it, infuse your meal with some vino, too! As Julia Child once said, “I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food!”
Its only fitting that February is National Hot Breakfast Month, given the plummeting temperatures and general desire of coziness. Bundle up with these 7 recipes that are guaranteed to warm you from the inside out. Whether you’ve got 10 minutes before work or an entire lazy Sunday, you can start your day off on a warm and hearty note.
Although we never need a reason to eat more cheese, today we’ll make sure of it— it’s National Cheese Lovers’ Day! And although we’d never turn down a plain old wedge of cheddar or Parmesan, a holiday this special deserves a decadent meal. Here are some of our best and cheesiest recipes you can make any time of the day (or year!).
Here at Every Day with Rachael Ray, we really love pizza. And since October is National Pizza Month, we really love October! Last year, we gave you five delicious pizza-inspired recipes that you could make during the week, and we’re back for a second year with new recipes to whet your whistle. So get ready for a week full of crust, sauce and cheese. And if that’s not enough for you, we’ve got dozens more recipes on our site.
Monday, October 5
As summer begins to wind down, there’s no better way to savor the last of the season than with a great burger. Lucky for us, today is National Burger Day, and you better believe we’re planning on celebrating. But rather than the average beef patty and American cheese, we’re getting a little fancy today with these cool combos. Happy grilling!
If you’re hearing of a new food holiday on a daily basis, you’re not alone. It seems like every day is dedicated to some sort of fruit, vegetable, dessert, cocktail or snack– but that just means more cooking opportunities! So in the height of corn season, it’s only appropriate that today is National Corn on the Cob Day. But we won’t be knawing down on any old ear– we’re dressing ours up with herbs, butters, cheese and spice! Here are a few of our favorite ways to dress up corn on the cob.
red onion + dill pickle relish + white cheddar = Ballpark Corn on the Cob
There’s nothing wrong with the graham cracker-marshmallow-chocolate campfire classic, but sometimes you just have to change things up a bit. We’ve reinvented everyone’s favorite summertime treat three different ways– just in time for National S’mores Day!
The Big Chipper
Top a potato chip (go for large, flat, sturdy chips) with a square of dark chocolate. Set it near the fire so the chocolate can soften while you roast a marshmallow Top with the roasted marshmallow, then another chip.
Strawberry S’mores Cake
Split a store-bought biscuit. Top the bottom with sliced strawberries and a few squares of chocolate. Add 2 roasted marshmallows and the biscuit top.
Banana Split Sandwich
Spread a waffle cookie or pizzelle with strawberry jam; top with sliced bananas. Spread another cookie with chocolate-hazelnut spread. Sandwich the cookies with 2 roasted marshmallows.
Recipes by Stacy Adimando