National Lobster Day is celebrated on the 15th of June every year. National Lobster Day is mainly celebrated to honor the delicious goodness of all-time favorite creepy lobster. There is always a love for this seafood and this day is meant to be the day that has to be celebrated with the dishes made of lobsters. Lobster day is also celebrated in honor of the fisherman who is the reason behind catching this amazing seafood.
History of National Lobster Day
The exact origin and creator of National Lobster Day are not known. But whoever is the creator of this day must have been a great lover of the lobster dish. The lobster doesn’t taste good with all the cooks. If the cook doesn’t cook it well, then the delicious dish turns awful and people don’t like the taste if it is not cooked properly. There are many lobster cooking specialists and many restaurants have cooks dedicated to cooking lobsters. If you fall in love with the dish made with lobsters then you will stay with this dish whenever you go to the restaurant.
Lobsters are often served with lemon and butter which adds extra taste to them. Lobster is now one of the luxury dishes but early in the mid-19th century, it was served only to the servants. The lobsters were served frequently in prisons as well. As it was available abundant in earlier days, rich people buy red lobsters and feed their servants. But nowadays the demand for lobsters are high and people started consuming them more hence the price is now very high compared to those time.
Other Celebrations on June 15
June 15 is also celebrated as
- World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
- National Smile Power Day
- World Meat Free Day
- Nature Photography Day
- Magna Carta Day
- World Wind Day
- National Dump the Pump Day
How to Celebrate National Lobster Day
Celebrating National Lobster Day is very simple and it depends on how you plan it. You can buy some fresh lobsters and cook a variety of dishes using those lobsters. Then, invite your friends and neighbors to dinner and celebrate this day with the delicious lobsters you cooked. If you are not a good cook, then take your friends and family to a restaurant and order lobster and have it there. Most importantly don’t forget to share your experience in Social forums with the hashtag #HappyNationalLobsterDay.
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