National Dadgum That’s Good Day is a holiday that was created in 2015 to celebrate eating delicious food and sharing these treats with friends and family members. It’s a holiday that’s observed every March 1st. Of course, a person’s definition of what makes good food will vary from one person to the next.
For some people, comfort foods such as mashed potatoes and gravy, or macaroni and cheese are good foods, while for other people, it will be smoky barbecued meats such as ribs, pork steaks, and hamburgers. It doesn’t matter what you consider to be the “best” foods for this holiday-all that matters is that you enjoy it with the people you love.
The History Of National Dadgum That’s Good Day
This holiday was created in 2015 by Masterbuilt of Columbus, Georgia. Masterbuilt is a company that was created in 1973 and is known for its line of smokers. So we assume when they created this holiday, they did it to encourage people to eat more BBQ.
Most Popular American Foods
If you’re racking your brain trying to figure out what foods you should try on National Dadgum That’s Good Day, then allow us to list some of the most popular foods in the United States.
- Mashed Potatoes
- French Fries
- Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
- Fried Chicken
- Steak With Baked Potatoes
- Corn On The Cob
- Apple Pie
- BBQ Ribs
- Roast Beef
- Tater Tots
- Hot Dogs
- Chicken Pot Pie
- Sloppy Joes
Observing National Dadgum That’s Good Day
What do you consider to be good food? Is it one of the more popular foods that many other Americans enjoy such as hash browns or fried chicken? Or maybe it’s something regional such as BBQ spaghetti from Memphis, toasted ravioli from St. Louis, or New York Pizza.
It doesn’t really matter what you choose. The only thing that matters is that you and your social circle enjoy it. While you’re chowing down on these foods, don’t forget to use the hashtag #NationalDadgumThatsGoodDay to spread the word about your food favorites on social media.
When is National Dadgum That’s Good Day?
|This year (2023)||March 1 (Wednesday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2024)||March 1 (Friday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2022)||March 1 (Tuesday)||Multiple dates - more|