2020 National Fritters Day

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National Fritters Day, Aren't we all lucky that this this special day has finally arrived!?

A variety of fillings can be found inside a batter or breading, which is deep fried or pan fried, called a fritter, then eaten and enjoyed by millions of people each day.  December 2nd of each year celebrates the fritter on National Fritters Day.

Before you can begin to celebrate this very important day, you need to know what a "fritter" is. Many people do not know, making it all the more fun to eat your first fritter today. A fritter is a fried cake or dough with fruit or meats inside.

National Fritters Day

Whatever you do, do not fritter this day away without eating at least one fritter.

Fritters, which can be found in many cuisines, are believed to have first been consumed by Ancient Romans who then introduced them to Europe.

Common fillings inside a fritter are meat, seafood, fruit, cheese or vegetables.  In the United States,  “Corn Fritters” and “Apple Fritters”  as well as the “Zucchini Fritter” are well known favorites of the fritter family.

Happy National Fritters Day!

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