Something On A Stick Day is an annual fun feast celebrated on March 28. Well, something on a stick simply refers to the food items that make use of the sticks. Ice Pops, Fudgecicles, Lollipops, Cotton Candy are the few things that anyone reminisces when it comes to something on a stick. Most people like me will love to eat foods served on the sticks as it doesn’t prompt you to use your fingers to mess up with things. So eating something on a stick is really a fun and easy activity. Something On A Stick Day encourages you to eat those delicious foods or snack that uses the stick. As there aren’t so many food items that make use of the stick, this Day encourages you to be little creative and try out making sweet or spicy easy-to-eat dishes on a stick.
“Cooking is all about people. Food is maybe the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together. No matter what culture, everywhere around the world, people get together to eat.” – Guy Fieri
History of Something On A Stick Day
The origin and the history of the Something On A Stick Day are not known. The creator, this specific date and the year from when this Day has been in the celebration are also anonymous. It might be someone who loves eating the stick food has come up with a such a fun celebration. Let it be a sweet or savvy, the day celebrates all the food items that come with a stick in it. However, there some exceptions to which stick usage is hardly impossible like soup, juice, etc. Snacks and the road-side foods are served on a stick or a skewer in many cultures. The Day encourages all of us to get into the mood of creativity and try to make delicious food combo or snacks that fit on a stick. Once if you start, there are endless possibilities. Foodie lovers can keep your hands clean by picking up the end of the stick to eat different food items.
Food on the stick is considered to be one of the world’s most excellent inventions. Perhaps, the food you eat from a stick is fun and easy to eat. There are lots of recipes available globally that traditionally makes use of the stick and it may range from the breakfast to dinner with so many different flavoured combinations. Something On A Stick sweet food varieties includes toffee apple, lollipop, popsicles, fudgecicles, ice cream bar, frozen chocolate-covered bananas, caramel apples, cupcake pops and more. The spicy variants like the corn dog, hotdogs, kebabs, camp-fire sausage, chicken balls, cheese cubes on a toothpick, grilled veggies and meat and the list go on. Be it a fresh or healthy or breaded and deep-fried food, the menu choices to which the stick can be used are broad.
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How to celebrate the Something On A Stick Day
Celebrating the Something on a Stick Day is quite simple and easy. Make sure you whatever you eat on this Day has a stick on it. You are restricted from using your hands strictly if you want to the celebration a grand success. Find new ways and foods that fit on the stick which needs your creative thinking. Try making your own kind of stick food to indulge yourself with more of fun. You can buy lollipops, and ice pops for your children to make them celebrate this joyful Day. Those who can afford for a Something On A Stick Day party can organize it by inviting your family and friends. Ensure you serve them foods with a stick and make them not to use their hands for that dinner. You can even conduct competitions to see who has eaten the foods that are served on the stick perfectly and award the winners. Use #SomethingOnAStickDay to post and share your Something on a Stick Day celebration moments on the social media.