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
We’re not quite sure who comes up with all of these whacky food holidays, but whoever it was has a thing for lasagna. Why else would they want to celebrate one of the best cold-weather dishes in the middle of summer? Whatever the reason, we’re still ready to celebrate. These four recipes are a lighter version of this Italian staple. They don’t compromise on flavor, but you’ll still feel like you can run after the ice cream truck afterwards.
Vegetable Lasagna Stacks are super light but still capture that Italian goodness.
No need to stand over a hot stove sautéing ground beef with this Vegetable Lasagna
Pasta Pinwheels allow you to keep the portions on the lighter side
Or, try something completely new like this Mexican Raw Lasagna
Did you know today is National Fresh Veggies Day? While we love a good salad, there are plenty of other ways to get your fresh veggie fix. Check out some of our most colorful recipes, perfect for a summer evening. They’re so delicious, even the pickiest of eaters will find one they like!
We’re so happy it’s National Biscuit Day– biscuits are the perfect food to eat for every meal! When it’s time for dessert, make a cobbler. Top it off with this simple and delicious biscuit topping that can be made two different ways: it can be rolled and cut into shapes or, even easier, turned into rustic drop biscuits. The difference? Just a few tablespoons of cream.
It turns out that whiskey is such a beloved spirit, it doesn’t just get a national holiday—it gets a global one! Today we’ll celebrate World Whiskey Day by imbibing one of the most versatile and delicious liquors out there. And, since it wouldn’t be a true holiday without a sweet ending, we’ll put a splash of whiskey in our dessert, too. Cheers to that!
Whether it’s soft or crunchy, covered in salt or cinnamon sugar, we love a good pretzel. We couldn’t have picked a better day to be National Pretzel Day– today! We have all day to spend whipping up some delicious pretzel recipes. Here are some of our top picks for you:
Soft Pretzels six different ways!
Happy National Waffle Day! In case you haven’t noticed, we are huge fans of waffles around here. They’re more versatile than you might think: you can spin them sweet or savory, serve them as a sandwich vessel, a dessert or a fruit-topped breakfast. So, to truly honor waffles as the culinary art form that they are, we’ll be cooking up these recipes all day. Join us and tag your creations #RRMagFan!
For breakfast: Waffle Squares
Did you know today is National Chili Day? If you’re not on total soup overload, let us give you some great dinner ideas for tonight. These aren’t your average chili recipes, either: They’re smoky, spicy, hearty and tangy in all the right places. So go ahead, celebrate this food holiday that’s perfectly placed during the coldest time of the year.
Happy National Tortilla Chip Day! Although we love a good homemade chip, no tortilla is complete without a delicious bowl of dip to sink it into. While you could just open a jar of salsa or mash up an avocado, why not do this day justice with a cheesy, gooey homemade dip? These four dips will become your tortilla chip’s new BFF.