National Mustard Day 2020 is on Sunday, August 2, 2020: Survey; How will you be celebrating National Deviled Egg Day today?
Sunday, August 2, 2020 is National Mustard Day 2020.
I can only make them one way, or hubby will throw a fit if I change it..LOL..we love deviled eggs and we just had some on Sunday..didn't know they had a national day for it LOL..my recipe is just mix the egg yolk with miracle whip and mustard and then put some in the whites and lightly top with paprika..boring huh?..=)
what hoiday is in aug?
1 National Raspberry Cream Pie Day
2 National Ice Cream Sandwich Day
3 National Watermelon Day
4 U.S. Coast Guard Day
5 Friendship Day - First Sunday in August
5 International Forgiveness Day - First Sunday in August
5 National Mustard Day
5 Work Like a Dog Day
5 Sisters Day - First Sunday in August
6 Wiggle Your Toes Day
7 National Lighthouse Day
8 Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbor's Porch Day - now that's nasty!
9 Book Lover's Day
10 Lazy Day
10 National S'mores Day
11 Presidential Joke Day
11 Son and Daughter Day
12 Middle Child's Day
13 Left Hander's Day
14 National Creamsicle Day
14/15 V-J Day - which dare do you mark the end of WWII?
15 Relaxation Day - now this one's for me!
16 National Tell a Joke Day
17 National Thriftshop Day
18 Bad Poetry Day
19 Aviation Day
19 Chinese Valentine's Day/Daughter's Day - 7th day of 7th Lunar Month
20 National Radio Day
21 Senior Citizen's Day
22 Be an Angel Day
22 National Tooth Fairy Day - and/or February 28
23 Ride the Wind Day
24 Vesuvius Day
25 Kiss and Make Up Day
26 National Dog Day
26 Women's Equality Day
27 Global Forgiveness Day
27 Just Because Day
28 Race Your Mouse Day -but we are not sure what kind of "mouse"
29 More Herbs, Less Salt Day
30 Frankenstein Day
30 Toasted Marshmallow Day
31 National Trail Mix Day
Are you going to celebrate National Corn Dog Day?
Proceed at once to your local Merchant of Wieners and demand your 1/4 pound of flesh, dipped in a thick cornmeal batter and deep-fried to a golden-brown, spread moderately with mustard, and served hot and tasty. Make sure they are made fresh, not frozen and then microwaved. Use a napkin, handle with care, and let the gods of down-home bless you with an unforgettable taste experience.
If it comes served on a stick, do not eat the stick, though you may be tempted to, just to get those last delectable crumbly bits of fried coating.
Best accompanied by a carbonated beverage (cola, orange or grape soda).
Traditional celebrants of National Corn Dog Day will have two or three Corn Dogs, but, as a novice, I suggest you have one and just savor the marvel, leaving yourself the option of a second.