National Spaghetti Day
National Spaghetti Day is celebrated on January 4 of every year. Spaghetti is a simple, healthy and the most popular dish around the world. Even if you have not any cooking experience, spaghetti is the perfect recipe to make to bring out your inner chef. Hence National Spaghetti Day is the ideal day to enjoy the taste of spaghetti with your family members and friends, whether it is own made or bought from the restaurant.
“Even successful musicians have had periods where people say they suck and no one likes them, even after they’ve had periods of great success. So I think it’s like you just gotta do you and try to stay motivated. Until, you know, you decide to stay home and make spaghetti all day.” – K. Flay
History of National Spaghetti Day
The founder and the exact origin of National Spaghetti Day are still unknown. Spaghetti means “Little Lines” in Italy. The Earliest historical reference to Boiled noodles suggests that the dish was invented thousands of years ago by the Arabs before it became Italian cuisine staple. The historical references refer to dried noodles which are purchased from a street vendor. It means the pasta had been sold in the 5th century in the stores. But nowadays we associate pasta with the Italian peoples for revolutionised the dish and inventing a lot of pasta varieties.
The first western pasta was made in Sicily around the 12th century, and they are long and in thin forms. Until now Spaghetti is a regular round-shaped pasta. Then pasta spread across the entire Itay after the establishment of pasta factories in 19th Century. As the day goes on, the time required making the dish also shortened. In the earlier 19th century the spaghetti was offered in restaurants. Then, they became so popular around the world.
Usually, Spaghetti is served with tomato sauce and parmesan cheese. In addition to that, you can add meat, oil, pepper and garlic as an extra flavour to it. The world record for the largest bowl of spaghetti was achieved in March 2009. Then Garden Grove California Buca Di Beppo restaurant in March 2010, brokes the earliest record by filling a swimming bowl with more than 13,780 pounds of pasta.
Other Celebrations on January 4
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How to Celebrate National Spaghetti Day
The best way to celebrate the National Spaghetti day is by enjoying the taste of Spaghetti at dinner by cooking a spaghetti of your own, or you can buy them from the nearby Italian restaurant. If it is of own made, you can share that with your family members, friends and co-workers. Take pictures while eating Spaghetti and post them on the social media’s by using the hashtag #SpaghettiDay.