July

National Corn Fritter Day

National Corn Fritter Day (July 16th)

The National Corn Fritter Day is celebrated every 16th of July each year. This special day puts a spotlight on corn fritters which are crispy and delicious bites of corn and batter. These crispy treats are great additions to backyard barbecues and summer gatherings. Corn fritters are made from corn, butter, egg, and milk. Other people put in some specific ingredients to get the flavor or taste they want.

About the National Corn Fritter DayNational Corn Fritter Day

During the national corn fritter day, people do various activities that let them give praise and enjoy corn fritter as much as they can. For one, people make their own corn fritters. They even make varieties of it using different kinds of ingredients. Other people prefer to eat corn fritters in restaurants that serve them deliciously. People also shout out on social media how they are participating in the celebration of this special food holiday.

History

Unfortunately, even with extensive research about this special day, we are not sure as to how the National Corn Fritter Day started or even who founded it. But still, we can make a good guess as to why this special day began – perhaps a person or a group of people took interest of the fact that there are so many food holidays but not one dedicated to corn fritters. And because a lot of people enjoy eating these tasty treats, then why not start a holiday for it. And perhaps with that, the National Corn Fritter Day was born.

Dates

As mentioned earlier, the National Corn Fritter Day is celebrated every 16th of July each year. This means that the dates of celebration for this event are as follows:

  • Thursday, July 16, 2020
  • Friday, July 16, 2021
  • Saturday, July 16, 2022
  • Sunday, July 16, 2023
  • Tuesday, July 16, 2024
  • Wednesday, July 16, 2025

Why Celebrate

Perhaps the main reason why you should celebrate this day is that you will be able to enjoy eating delicious corn fritters as much as you want. If you still haven’t tried these yet, then do not let this day pass by without trying them. You will never get disappointed.

Celebration Ideas and Activities

The following are the best things to do to make your celebration of the National Corn Fritter Day as best as it can be:

Make Your Own Corn Fritters

Of course, the best way to celebrate this day is to make your own corn fritters for you to eat them yourself or be shared with your friends and family. Here are the ingredients and the steps to make them:

Ingredients:National Corn Fritter Day

  • 1 cup of whole kernel corn
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1.2 cup milk
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vegetable oil
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • A separate cup of vegetable oil for deep frying

Steps:

  • Heat to 370 degrees the vegetable oil in a deep fryer or Dutch oven (measure about 1 inch deep)
  • Beat all the ingredients together, except the corn, until smooth, then add the corn
  • Drop tablespoonfuls of the mixture into the fryer
  • Fry until golden, which takes about 5 minutes
  • Drain the fritter on paper towels
  • Serve, eat, and enjoy!

Eat Corn Fritters in a Restaurant

If you don’t have time to make your own critters perhaps because you are too busy at work or at school, then you can just celebrate this day by eating corn fritters in a restaurant. You may want to try to invite your friends and family to eat with your so that you can make the celebration much more special. On an important note, make sure to choose a good restaurant that serves delicious corn fritters. You don’t want to go home feeling down after eating mediocre corn fritters on a special day dedicated for it.National Corn Fritter Day

Celebrate on Social Media

You can also take your celebration of this day on social media. You may, for instance, use the hashtag #NationalCornFritterDay to let your friends and followers know that you are also participating in the celebration of this special day. Let your Facebook friends, Twitter followers, and Instagram followers know about such celebration and perhaps they may want to join in too.

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