September Food Holidays – Bourbon! Breakfast! All Month Long! And Maybe Even Both at the Same Time!

  • Strawberries and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast
  • Eggs Florentine
  • Homemade Egg Mc Muffin aka Egg McSarah
  • Greek Omelet
  • Chocolate Pancakes with Vanilla Ice Cream and Warm Cherry Sauce
  • Animal Crackers French Toast
  • Low Sugar Whole Wheat Oat Bluberry Muffins
  • Buttermilk pancakes
  • How to Soft Boil Eggs
  • Berry Banana Smoothie for Breakfast
  • Lemon Yogurt Waffles,
  • Eggs Benedict with Homemade Hollandaise
  • Cinnamon Oatmeal Waffles
  • Lumberjack Breakfast
  • Ham and Egg Breakfast Burrito
  • Strawberry Skillet Pancake
  • Berries and Banana Stuffed French Toast
  • Soft Boiled Eggs
  • Egg Pie for Toddlers
  • Toad in the Hole
  • Syrian Breakfast

You already know that September is National Mushroom Month. Not because we’ve been shoving that down your throat or anything.

But did you also know that it’s National Breakfast Month? We’re not quite sure why breakfast needs to have a dedicated moth since we’re technically supposed to eat the most important meal of the day every day, every month. Maybe it just seemed natural since this weekend is International Bacon Day, the 2nd week of September is National Waffle Week, the 26th is Pancake Day and 26th is Coffee Day?

September has a lot of food holidays — at least 30 (um, yeah…?) Check out the “holidays” below, calendar format first, list after.

Happy September Foods!

September is National [Insert Something Weird Yet Wonderful Here] Month

  • National Biscuit Month
  • National Bourbon Heritage Month
  • National Breakfast Month
  • National Chicken Month
  • National Honey Month
  • National Mushroom Month
  • National Organic Harvest Month
  • National Papaya Month
  • National Potato Month
  • National Rice Month
  • California Wine Month

Week-long Celebrations in September:

  • 2nd week: National Waffle Week
  • 2nd week: Biscuit and Gravy Week
  • 2nd week: Vegetarian Awareness Week
  • 4th week: National Wild Rice Week

Holidays and Commemorative Days in September

  • September 1: National Cherry Popover Day
  • September 2: National Blueberry Popsicle Day
  • September 3: National Welsh Rarebit Day
  • September 4: International Bacon Day (Saturday Before Labor Day
  • September 4: National Macadamia Nut Day
  • September 5: National Cheese Pizza Day
  • September 6: National Coffee Ice Cream Day
  • September 7: National Acorn Squash Day
  • September 8: National Date Nut Bread Day
  • September 9: Wienerschnitzel Day
  • September 10: TV Dinner Day
  • September 11: National Hot Cross Bun Day
  • September 12: National Chocolate Milkshake Day
  • September 13: National Peanut Day
  • September 13: Snack A Pickle Time
  • September 14: National Cream Filled Donut Day
  • September 14: Eat a Hoagie Day
  • September 15: National Linguine Day
  • September 16: National Guacamole Day
  • September 17: National Apple Dumpling Day
  • September 18: National Cheeseburger Day
  • September 19: National Butterscotch Pudding Day
  • September 20: National Rum Punch Day
  • September 21: International Banana Festival
  • September 21: National Pecan Cookie Day
  • September 22: National Ice Cream Cone Day
  • September 23: National White Chocolate Day
  • September 24: National Cherries Jubilee Day
  • September 25: Crab Meat Newburg Day
  • September 26: National Pancake Day
  • September 27: National Chocolate Milk Day
  • September 27: National Corned Beef Hash Day
  • September 28: Strawberry Cream Pie Day
  • September 28: Drink Beer Day
  • September 29: National Coffee Day
  • September 30: National Hot Mulled Cider Day

by Sarah J. Gim on September 1, 2010 · 2 comments

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Nanan September 29, 2010 at 9:37 am

I think it is certainly fitting that National Coffee Day (September 29) follows Drink Beer Day ( September 28), don’t you?


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