National Buttercrunch Day
When is National Buttercrunch Day? This holiday is always observed on January 20
Candy lovers today is your day. It’s National Buttercrunch Day, a January 20 holiday. Today you can enjoy buttercrunch the candy. Or you can have it in ice cream, cereal, snacks, trail mix, puddings, and in a variety of other ways. As a matter of fact, we challenge you to find different and unique ways to enjoy it.
Spend the day with one of your favorite snacks. Make it your personal goal to have something with buttercrunch at each meal, and as a snack. Tomorrow, you can return to the diet.
Neither the creator of this day nor original documentation as to the details of this holiday is known. So, we offer up the possibility that National Buttercrunch Day is not about candy. Rather, it’s about Buttercrunch lettuce. And, just maybe a home gardener created this day. What do you think!? Until our research uncovers the true meaning one way or the other, feel free to celebrate the candy or the lettuce. Or, why not celebrate both!?
Gardeners, see: How to grow Buttercrunch Lettuce.
How to Celebrate National Buttercrunch Day
- Eat buttercrunch candy.
- Eat something with buttercrunch in it.
- Bring some to your workplace and share it with your co-workers.
- If you are a gardener, eat buttercrunch lettuce. Even if you are not a gardener, you can eat this crunchy lettuce.
- If you are a gardener and you live in an area of the country that is warm year-round, plant some of this variety of lettuce.
” Candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker.” – – Ogden Nash
History and Origin of National Buttercrunch Day
We believe this day was created by an individual or group that just loves Buttercrunch. Perhaps, they were so busy enjoying their favorite treat, that they failed to document their creation and get the crunchy credit!
On the other hand, we are not letting go of the possibility that a gardener who grows buttercrunch lettuce created this day. It remains a possibility.
There is no evidence to suggest that this is truly a “National” day, which requires an act of congress. We found no congressional records or presidential proclamation about this special day.
Definition of “National” Days – and why it is important to distinguish true National days.
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