National Cooking Day encourages each of us to take some time away from ordering takeout and reheating frozen food to make homemade meals. Enjoy the process of preparing your favorite dish. National Cooking Day encourages you to discover new culinary horizons and indulge not only yourself, but also your loved ones with delicious treats.
In 1810, the first canned food tin appeared. The patent belongs to the Englishman Peter Durand. In 1963, the film “The French Chef” was released, shown on television in Boston. In 2009, the world saw the film Julie and Julia. The main character is a writer from New York, who decided to cook Julia Child’s recipes on her own.
Why is National Cooking Day popular?
- We can experiment with ingredients, and come up with new combinations of products and flavors.
- Cooking together brings loved ones closer – cook with your children, your significant other, and then organize a joint lunch.
- Dishes prepared by one’s own hands are healthier, tastier, and more nutritious.
How to take part
Find grandma’s cookbook, look through it for an interesting recipe, and try to cook it. Show your imagination and prepare a dish that will become exclusively yours. Be sure to share this recipe and its photo on social networks. Watch cooking shows, master classes, and sign up for courses. Organize a cooking party – prepare treats with your friends.
When is National Cooking Day in 2023?
National Cooking Day is observed on September 25 each year.