November National Food Holidays Worth Celebrating November marks the second to last month of the year and the last month of spring in Sydney, Australia. With the days growing longer and spring festivities in the air, November also marks plenty of national food days’ worth celebrating.Whether you choose to celebrate by cooking at home or by enjoying a meal out with friends and family, I have put together a list of all the need-to-know foodie days to help you plan out your November’s feastings.Many of these food days are particularly targeted at the US market, but I just observe it as another excuse to dine on your favourite foods. Unlike October, which had its fair share of really random food days, November seems to be tamer (although there are plenty of days involving different types of coffee – possibly a sign that we all need a caffeine pick me up at this time of the year!).Here are some of my favourite November National Food Holidays that I plan to celebrate this month:National Devilled Egg Day (2nd November)Devilled eggs…one of my favourite ways to enjoy eggs and oh so easy to make. A popular dish back in the 1970s and 1980s, they are still very much a crowd-pleaser today. I love to eat them for lunch, but they make a great snack or canape at a party. Typically served cold, the yolk mixture is combined with mustard, mayonnaise and Tabasco Sauce and placed back inside the egg whites, topped with smoked paprika for that delicious spiciness. See my easy devilled eggs recipe here.National Sandwich Day (3rd November)Who can honestly turn down a hearty sandwich for lunch? Sandwiches are one of my ultimate go-to’s for lunch and there are so many filling combinations and bread types to choose from, making lunches even more exciting. Some of my favourite sandwiches include an extra mature cheese and ham or salami sandwich on multigrain bread with Branston pickle, crisp iceberg lettuce and sliced tomato. I also love a smoked salmon with cream cheese and tomato sandwich on sourdough or even a chicken schnitzel sandwich with any type of hot sauce. BLT Sandwich is also a must with crispy bacon and for an evening treat, which takes me back to my childhood, try a crisp sandwich (chip sandwich). Cheese and onion flavour is my go-to!Men Make Dinner Day (5th November)Now this one sounds like fun. In my household, typically I am the one who tends to cook most of the meals (mainly because I love to cook and there’s less of a mess afterwards!). However, ‘Men Make Dinner Day’, might just be the perfect excuse to put my feet up and let my husband cook me a delicious meal.National Vanilla Cupcake Day (10th November)Who else loves vanilla cupcakes, or vanilla anything? I absolutely love vanilla and vanilla cupcakes are the perfect treat, especially as they are super simple to make and taste delicious straight out of the oven when they are still warm.National Stuffing Day (21st November)Stuffing – you honestly can’t beat it with a Sunday roast dinner. Whenever I make a roast dinner, stuffing, along with crispy roast potatoes are an absolute must. I’m quite partial to a sage and onion stuffing, but pork mince stuffing with cranberries is also a winner. In fact, give me any type of stuffing and I will be in foodie heaven. If you happen to have roast pork or roast chicken or turkey leftovers, then a roast pork/chicken/turkey roll with gravy and stuffing is a must too!Turkey Leftover Day (28th November)Speaking of leftover turkey, the 28th of November is the day to enjoy all of that leftover turkey. I love to enjoy my leftover turkey on rolls with brie and cranberry sauce. You can also make a turkey curry, creamy turkey pasta, turkey and noodle soup, turkey and mushroom pie, a turkey salad and turkey enchiladas.1st NovemberWorld Vegan DayNational Cinnamon DayNational Deep Fried Clams DayNational Vinegar DayNational Bison DayNational Pâté Day*Go Cook for Your Pets Day2nd NovemberNational Devilled Egg Day3rd NovemberNational Sandwich Day4th NovemberNational Candy DayNational Eating Healthy Day (First Wednesday in November)5th NovemberNational Doughnut DayNational Chinese Take-out DayMen Make Dinner Day6th NovemberNational Nachos Day7th NovemberNational Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day8th NovemberCook Something Bold & Pungent DayNational Cappuccino DayHarvey Wallbanger Day9th NovemberNational Scrapple DayNational Greek Yoghurt Day10th NovemberNational Vanilla Cupcake Day11th NovemberNational Sundae DayPocky Day12th NovemberPizza With The Works Except Anchovies Day Happy Hour DayChicken Soup for the Soul Day13th NovemberNational Indian Pudding Day14th NovemberSpicy Guacamole DayNational Pickle DayWorld Diabetes Day15th NovemberNational Spicy Hermit Cookie DayNational Bundt DayNational Clean Out Your Refrigerator DayNational Raisin Bran Cereal Day16th NovemberNational Fast Food Day17th NovemberHomemade Bread DayNational Baklava Day18th NovemberNational Vichyssoise DayNational Apple Cider Day19th NovemberNational Macchiato DayBeaujolais Nouveau DayCarbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day20th NovemberNational Peanut Butter Fudge Day21st NovemberNational Stuffing Day22nd NovemberNational Cranberry Relish Day23rd NovemberNational Cashew DayEat a Cranberry DayNational Espresso Day24th NovemberNational Sardines Day25th NovemberNational Parfait DayNational “Eat with a Friend” Day26th NovemberNational Cake Day27th NovemberNational Bavarian Cream Pie DayNational Leftovers Day (Day after Thanksgiving)Sinkie Day (Day after Thanksgiving)Maize DayCraft Jerky Day28th NovemberNational French Toast DayTurkey Leftover Day29th NovemberNational Chocolates DayNational Lemon Creme Pie DayThrow Out Your Leftovers DayNational Rice Cake Day30th NovemberNational Mousse DayMason Jar DayDiscover the upcoming December National Food Holidays and view more recipe ideas.