National Oysters Rockefeller Day
National Oysters Rockefeller Day is a holiday observed annually on January 10th to celebrate a dish that’s been enjoyed since the late 19th century and continues to be enjoyed to this day. Oyster Rockefeller is a dish that’s made of oysters served on the half-shell that’s topped with a butter sauce, green herbs such as parsley, and bread crumbs.
It’s then served with a lemon wedge as a garnish. Some variations on this dish include spinach as a shortcut to give the dish its bright green color-a trademark of this dish. No matter whether you make it with spinach or not, just be sure to make enough for your friends and family because they’re going to want some too once they see how delicious it looks.
The History Of National Oysters Rockefeller Day
National Oysters Rockefeller Day is a holiday that was created by Antoine’s Restaurant in New Orleans, Louisiana. This restaurant has been around since the 1840s to serve fine French-Creole dining and is considered by many to be the birthplace for Oysters Rockefeller. They created this holiday in 2017 to spread the word about this dish to people who may not have had the opportunity to try it as of yet.
Observing National Oysters Rockefeller Day
National Oysters Rockefeller Day is a holiday that’s observed by going out to a fine dining establishment to enjoy this dish or trying to make it at home. If you’re going to try to make it at home, you’re first going to need access to some fresh oysters-which may be difficult in some areas.
When you have secured the necessary oysters, you can then whip up this dish using one of the many popular recipes on the Internet. Just don’t forget to use the hashtag #NationalOystersRockefellerDay with a picture of your dish to show it to the world. We recommend also pairing a fine Champagne with this dish while you’re observing this holiday. Trust us, it makes all the difference.