National Mustard Day is celebrated yearly at the National Mustard Museum on the first Saturday in the month of August. This year it will be celebrated on August 7. It is a pleasant day for the whole family members. The event also has traditionally included games music, and other entertainment with FREE mustard sampling, brats, hot dogs, and more.
“Come honor the King of Condiments AND help us host the world’s biggest “Mustard Challenge” to raise awareness of the need for pediatric cancer research.” – Mustard Museum
History of National Mustard Day
National Mustard Day was organized on a whim by Mr.Jill Sengstock in the year 1988, before switching to the National Mustard Museum in the year 1991. Its aim is rather self-explanatory; to glorify and honor one of the world’s most famous condiments. From Dijon to the English, or a generous serving on an All-American hot dog, this day your chance to voice your love for your favorite combination.
Mustard itself is considered to be over 5000 years old. Originating in the country India when it was first farmed in 3000BC. It was then brought to Britain by the Romans. They were the 1st to use it as a seasoning and pickling spice!
Other Celebrations on August 7
August 7 is also celebrated as
- Lighthouse Day
- Professional Speakers Day
- Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day
- Sandcastle Day
- National Mead Day
- National Disc Golf Day
How to Celebrate the National Mustard Day
An event is organized by the Mustard Museum every year. You can render your support by sponsoring the event or be a part of the event in different ways possible. Or, consider volunteering for the next NMD event and help keep the mustard running! Share this day on the social platforms by hashtagging #MustardDay and spread the awareness about Mustard on this day.
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