National Roast Day

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Welcome to the roasty-toasty world of National Roast Day, where food is more than sustenance, it's an art! This national day marinate itself in the hearts of food lovers worldwide, sparking online chatter every time the oven dings. Let's dive into the delicious details, shall you join us?

When is Roast Day?

It's national roast day on the 29th May.

All About National Roast Day

Imagine the divine aroma of a cooking roast, the rich flavors that can only come from patient cooking. Welcome to National Roast Day. Also known as Meat Lover's Day, these 24 hours are all about enjoying and appreciating the culinary masterpiece that is a perfectly roasted cut of meat.

History and Famous Mentions

For as long as we can remember, roasts have held a special place in our hearts (and stomachs!). Despite its long history, National Roast Day gained significant online traction on May 29, 2020. Our algorithms picked up a staggering 5,912 mentions on that day, pointing to the unparalleled love people have for a flavorful roast.

Why We Love National Roast Day

Who doesn’t love sitting down to a sumptuous meal, seeing that golden brown roast being carved at the table? It's a celebration of traditions, flavors, and the joy of cooking. Not to mention, it’s a wonderful excuse to get that old family recipe out and gather your loved ones around the dinner table. It's more than just a day, it's a sensory experience.

Observing National Roast Day

Let the spirit of National Roast Day infuse your kitchen. Roast your favorite cut, experiment with spices, invite loved ones over a lavish meal. Post your roast masterpiece on social media and join in the online chatter. After all, roast love is too great to be contained!

Did you know?

Did you know that the record for the largest roast dinner ever made involves a meal cooked for over 1,500 people in the UK? That’s a lot of roast!


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First identified

28th April 2015

Most mentioned on

29th May 2020

Total mentions


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