NATIONAL TOTALLY CHIPOTLE DAY – May 5

Each year on May 5th, National Totally Chipotle Day celebrates right alongside Cinco de Mayo and is dedicated to the chipotle, a smoked, dried jalapeno pepper. Not to be confused with the restaurant chain of the same name. There are different varieties of jalapenos and they vary in size and heat. At one time, chipotles …
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NATIONAL HAMBURGER MONTH

National Hamburger Month in May kicks off some of the busiest grilling and barbecuing season of the year. Americans love their burgers and restaurants dedicated to making them just right have been in business for generations. Even those who refrain from red meat don’t let hesitate to find a way to enjoy a juicy burger. …
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NATIONAL BARBECUED SPARERIBS DAY – July 4

Get the charcoals ready as we observe National Barbecued Spareribs Day across the nation annually on July 4th. One of the most popular days to barbecue and grill, July 4th will have the back yards, patios, and beaches heating up with the flavors of spareribs. While steak is great, these inexpensive cuts of pork or …
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NATIONAL NEW MEXICO DAY

On June 14, National Mexico Day recognizes The Land of Enchantment. Home to ancestral Pueblos and later to the Navajo, Ute, and Apache, New Mexico’s Southwestern landscape is dotted with ruins that withstand the test of time. In the Northeastern part of the state, Vulcanologists and adventurers can explore the extinct Capulin Volcano. Retaining its distinctly volcanic shape, Capulin Volcano …
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Soups

New England Clam Chowder Homemade Chicken Noodle Minestrone Jen’s Easy Chili Tuscan Sausage Tortellini Grown Up Ramen Loaded Potato Soup Split Pea Soup French Onion Beef Stew Creamy Cauliflower Soup White Chicken Chili Homemade Soup Day National Clam Chowder Day Soup it Forward Day Eat Your Beans Day National Soup Month