How do you like to enjoy your pickles this National Pickle Day? Do you want it sliced in your favourite sandwich or simply unmixed and plain? How about frying it with breading or as a side dish to your food? You can actually do anything you want with pickles and have a good time with it.

When is National Pickle Day 2017

National Pickle Day 2017 will be celebrated on a Tuesday, 14th of November. 

National Pickle Day is celebrated every year on the 14th of November.

National Pickle Day Origin

Pickles have been a popular food for hundreds of decades and are deliberated in ancient Egypt because of its nutritious significance and its idea to augment a woman’s beauty where in fact Cleopatra recognized her diet on pickles caused her to have an explicitly stunning beauty.

Pickle by definition, is a cucumber that has been pickled or preserved in vinegar, brine, or other solutions such as lime, sugar, or Kool-Aid and kept fermented for a long period of time. There are so many types of pickles that we can found everywhere around the globe and people are enjoying its different varieties of flavours often served in meals as side dish or a healthy snack.

National Pickle Day initially originated from the United States. As early as 1606, pickles were produced at home and commercialized in Virginia. The first annual celebration of National Pickle Day in New York was in 2001. There are no details of proclamation for this special day, but pickle lovers eagerly wait for this holiday every year.

Whoop it up this National Pickle Day

Some of the famous and influential people who professed their love for pickles are Queen Elizabeth, Napoleon Bonaparte, George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, The Roman Emperor Tiberius and even Aristotle. If these people are still alive today, they will probably join with us we celebrate the healthy facts and satisfaction pickles can provide for those who love it.

You can actually have your own special way to whoop it up this National Pickle Day. It doesn’t have to be very extravagant. Just a simple way to treat yourself or your love ones this special day would be a very good idea.

  • Try to explore the other flavours and varieties of pickles and prepare it as an appetizer in the dining table.
  • If you’re not so used to eat breaded pickles, grab a recipe of it and treat your kids with its delicious and nutritious flavour. They will surely like it.
  • You can also try to dip dill pickles in a chocolate sauce. It’s odd but astonishingly delightful.
  • Not everybody in your place might know about National Pickle Day, so you can introduce it to them by treating them with a different recipe of pickles you personally prepared.

National Pickle Day 2018

National Pickle Day will be celebrated on a Wednesday, 14th of November.