Did you know that August marks National Sandwich Month and National Panini Month? People in the United States eat an estimated 300 million sandwiches every day — that averages to about one a day for every American. Nearly 60% of adults pack a sandwich for lunch at least once a week, and nearly 70% of parents pack a sandwich for a child’s lunch at least once a week.
It’s April and that means it’s National Grilled Cheese Month. This may be one of our favorite food holidays because, well cheese! Grilled cheese is one of the best and easiest comfort foods to make, and can be customized with a variety of cheeses, breads and other yummy ingredients. We also love that it pairs great with soups–especially tomato! Our mouths are drooling just thinking about it…
In our final ode to June Dairy Month, our Cool Food Panel of bloggers have shared more dairy-inspired recipes! Try these ideas for breakfast, lunch, dessert, sides and snacks to make your summer a real stunner. Even though June Dairy Month has come to an end, you can visit the dairy aisle for culinary inspiration anytime. With recipes for every occasion, you’re set for the whole summer season!
Sandwiches are classic, versatile and outrageously delicious. Lucky for us, August is National Sandwich Month and National Panini Month, and we are excited to celebrate! It’s said that people in the U.S. eat an estimated 300 million sandwiches every day. That’s one for every single American! It’s a heck of a lot of sandwiches, but Americans are onto something here, since nothing can compare to taking a big bite out of your favorite sandwich.
With back-to-school time just around the corner, all we can think about is the quintessential lunch item, SANDWICHES! From a child sinking their teeth into a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, to deli fanatics craving a pastrami on rye and an all-American classic cheesesteak loved by all in Philadelphia, we can’t think of anyone who can resist one of the most popular foods worldwide. Not only are sandwiches completely customizable, but they come in countless variations and have been around for centuries.