National Personal Chef’s Day
National Personal Chef Day is a holiday that’s observed on July 16th and honors the men and women who work hard at the job of being a personal chef. Unlike a private chef, who only works for one household, personal chefs work for a number of different clients. They bring their culinary skills into a person’s home when they need them the most and prepare delicious and healthy meals for them.
Sometimes, personal chefs prepare meals outside of a person’s home as well that can be delivered to them at a later time. This is a great day for people who are personal chefs to give themselves a pat on the back or to give a shout-out to a personal chef that they know.
The History Of National Personal Chef Day
This holiday was first created by the United States Personal Chef Association to pay homage to those people who are working hard as personal chefs.
Some Interesting Facts About Cooking
We could’ve gone over some of the facts that we’ve learned about personal chefs, but let’s face facts, most personal chefs are their own individuals and aren’t so easily definable. That’s why we’ve decided to instead list some of the facts that we’ve learned about cooking that we would now like to share below.
- Overcooked hard-boiled eggs will have their yolks turn green because of a thin iron sulfide layer coating the yolk.
- Mushrooms can maintain their tender texture, even when cooked at high temperatures.
- Pufferfish is the most dangerous dish to prepare and could be fatal to the diner.
- During WWII, excess lard and bacon fat was donated by housewives to the U.S military to create explosives.
Observing National Personal Chef Day
On this day, people who always wanted a career as a personal chef can take the initiative to begin their career towards becoming a personal chef. People can also take the time to thank people who are currently working as personal chefs. To give a shout-out to personal chefs around the world, people can also use the hashtag #PersonalChefDay on their social media.