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National Fried Chicken Day

National Fried Chicken Day is celebrated on July 6th. There is no known founder of the day. A classic American favorite, fried chicken is made by coating the meat in flour and spices before cooking it. Coating the meat, helps to seal in the flavors.

When is National Fried Chicken Day?

Celebrated Annually on July 6th.

Holidays Celebrated on July 6th

National Hand Roll Day
National Fried Chicken Day

How to Celebrate National Fried Chicken Day?

  • Have a picnic or barbecue with friends and family and serve fried chicken – don’t forget the perfect side – corn and biscuits.
  • Go to your favorite fast food restaurant and order chicken.
  • Try out a new recipe.
  • Kentucky Fried Chicken and Church’s Chicken often give a discount on this day.

Trivia about the Day:

  • Europeans have been eating fried chicken since the Middle Ages.
  • Covering meat in flour and spices before cooking helps to seal in the flavor.
  • The Scottish invented fried chicken, they were the first to deep-fry it in fat.
  • Before WWII fried chicken was served for special occasions.
  • 6% of Americans eat fried chicken every single day.
  • There are several ways to fry your chicken.
  • There are more chickens on earth than people. There are about 25 billion chickens out there.
  • As chickens grow older, they lay larger eggs but a lot less than when they were younger.
  • When stressed, chickens lose their feathers.
  • Chickens dream in color (not sure how this is a known fact).
  • Chickens that listen to classical music tend to lay larger eggs.

Famous Birthdays on July 6th:

  • Sylvester Stallone – Actor
  • 50 Cent – Singer
  • Kevin Hart – Actor, Comedian
  • George W. Bush – Former President of the United States
  • Janet Leigh – Actress (Deceased)

Popular Social Media Hashtags:

#nationalfriedchickenday, #friedchickenday #friedchicken

Other holidays celebrated in July include National Hawaii Day, National Kitten Day and National Mac and Cheese Day.

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