Food is an important part of any celebration, whether it is religious or not. In all countries of the world, no matter what their culture and religion is, food plays a very important role as it has the power to unite people and strenghten communities. Although food is a common ground, different nations use food in various ways to celebrate special occasions.

Why should a food blogger know about these celebrations? Well, first of all, these popular celebrations are also food related and by creating special blog posts for them, you will increase your blog’s traffic. Think about it this way, when Christmas is near the searches for gingerbread, peppermint cookies and eggnog sky-rocket! What if you would make a top 10 list of the best gingerbread recipes or maybe create a unique recipe yourself! You will get extra exposure and traffic!

Today, I’ve compiled a list of the 10 famous celebrations food bloggers must know. By knowing about these celebrations you will be able to create awesome food posts in advance, and thus attract more visitors to your website.

Hope you’ll find this article useful! Sharing is caring <3

Note. 1. I skipped the non veg recipes in this list 2. Traditional recipes differ from country to country. I added the most poular ones. Please feel free to let me know if I skipped some and I will edit the post. 

1. Christmas 

Date: 25th December

Most popular veg foods associated with Christmas: gingerbread biscuits, liqueur chocolates, apple cider, candy canes, eggnog, fruit cakes, peppermint cookies, candied sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce.

Useful articles: Staying Organized While Decorating Cookies – 10 Tips and Martha Stewart’s Best of Christmas Recipes

2. Easter

Date: during Spring, different each year

Most popular veg foods associated with Easter: painted eggs, chocolate eggs, quiches, bunny shaped cookies and biscuits, deviled eggs, cheesecakes.

Useful articles: What’s in Your Easter Basket? , Herb Stenciled Easter Eggs and Best Easter Desserts.

3. Thanksgiving 

Date: fourth Thursday of November

Most popular veg foods associated with Thanksgiving: stuffed pumpkin, gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie.

Useful articles: 41 Delicious Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes and 25 Classic Thanksgiving Desserts.

4. Halloween

Date: 31st October

Most popular veg foods associated with Halloween: pumpkin recipes, Halloween cookies (finger, ghost, bat shaped etc), Halloween cupcakes (witch cups, spider cupcakes etc. )

Useful articles: Spooky Halloween Treats and Top 10 Vegan Halloween Recipes and Treats. 

5. Valentine’s Day

Date: 14th February

Most popular veg foods associated with Valentine’s Day: all things chocolate, heart shaped cookies and cakes.

Useful articles: 10 Most Decadent Chocolate Desserts and 25 Best Valentine’s Day Dessert Recipes. 

6. Oktoberfest

Date: It’s a 16 days long festival, running from late September to the first weekend of October.

Most popular veg foods associated with Oktoberfest: anything beer related.

Useful articles: 9 Vegetarian Oktoberfest Recipes

7.  Mother’s Day

Date: Different around the world.

Most popular veg foods associated with Mother’s Day: breakfast in bed or brunch recipes.

Useful articles:  20 Healthy Egg Recipes for Breakfast  and Vegetarian Mother’s Day Recipes

8. Mardi Gras

Date: Different each year. Mardi Gras is the day before Ash Wednesday, which always falls 46 days before Easter.

Most popular veg foods associated with Mardi Gras: most of them are seafood recipes and just a few are vegetarian. Try Jumpin’ Jambalaya, Not-So-Dirty Rice, Cajun-Style Collards .

Useful articles:  How to Throw a Great Vegan Mardi Gras Party  and 10 Vegetarian Mardi Gras Recipes

9. St. Patrick’s Day

Date: 17th March

Most popular veg foods associated with St. Patrick’s Day: Everything green and Irish! Try a veg shepherd’s pie, colcannon, soda bread, cabbage recipes, potato cakes, whiskey cupcakes etc.

Useful articles: Vegan St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

10. National Day – different for each country

Source: hdwpapers.com

Date: Different for each country.

Most popular veg foods associated with national days: Cook your country’s traditional meals + desserts colored to match your country’s flag.

The post 10 Famous Celebrations Food Bloggers MUST Know About appeared first on Gourmandelle | Healthy Vegan and Vegetarian Recipes.

Show more