2017 National Salami Day

Annual Fall

7th September

List of National Salami Day dates by year

20187th SeptemberFriday
20197th SeptemberSaturday
20207th SeptemberMonday
20217th SeptemberTuesday
20227th SeptemberWednesday
20237th SeptemberThursday
20247th SeptemberSaturday
20257th SeptemberSunday
20267th SeptemberMonday
20277th SeptemberTuesday

National Salami Day is a good day, indeed! We don't need an excuse to bite into this spicy sausage. But, seeing that it is being honored today, let's make sure to have ample amounts of salami for lunch, dinner and snacks.

National Salami Day

The versatile Salami is used in many, many ways. It can be eaten by itself as a snack. Cut it into small cubes along with cheese. Or, just cut off a big chunk and nibble on it. Tip: Salami goes much better with a glass of wine. Salami is very popular in sandwiches and subs. And, many of us, add it to salads to add a little zing. Try mixing it into scrambled eggs, too.

Have a Happy National Salami Day!




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