National Corn on the Cob Day: History, Facts & Insights

This is an in-depth look at all the must-know facts about National Corn on the Cob Day (2024) 🗓️ that no one tells you about. National Corn on the Cob Day is celebrated on June 11th.

Among the information you’ll find below: the history of National Corn on the Cob Day, activities to do on and how to observe this holiday, as well as important facts you should know about National Corn on the Cob Day.

📅 What day is National Corn on the Cob Day 2024?

In 2024, National Corn on the Cob Day is on Sunday, June 11th. It is the 2nd Sunday in June; in 2024, it is Tuesday. There are until the next observance. You also can view all the exciting details and facts about June 11, 2023, that you might not be aware of.

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It’s known by different names like “corn stick” or “sweet pole,” but we simply find it amazing, especially when enjoyed with cute plastic corn-on-the-cob handles. National Corn on the Cob Day falls on June 11th, a great day to kick off the summer. Although it’s usually too early to harvest corn in mid-June for home gardens, it’s understandable to be eager. The sweetness of corn doesn’t last, so it’s best to pick it at its freshest to fully enjoy its amazing taste.

📜 National Corn on the Cob Day History

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👍 Why Is National Corn on the Cob Day Important

There’s nothing wrong with salt and butter, but something a little more exciting, like miso butter, may provide an interesting twist. If you’re looking for a spicy snack, look no further than Jamaican jerk chicken with curry, mayo, and coconut. Batter-fried corn is also available for people who enjoy things crunchy. When has deep-frying ever failed anyone?

When it’s not on the cob, we mostly think of corn as a movie snack. However, it is also an important component of pharmaceuticals and other things we use every day. Antibiotics, hand soap, ethanol, and even pyrotechnics owe a great deal to those small yellow kernels. So, the next time you watch fireworks on July 4, express your support by eating a bit of corn. You may argue that it is your patriotic responsibility.

Summer isn’t complete without some grilled corn. And where there’s a grill, there’s certain to be a barbecue. There’s nothing better after a long winter than cooling off (in the warm sense) outside. Sweet corn is literally the icing on the cake, but with the correct recipe, it might be. We realize it’s a goofy example, but a barbeque is all about catching up with friends and having a nice time, and corn is a perfect excuse to get together.

🙂 How To Observe National Corn on the Cob Day

Brush up on corn trivia
Plan a trivia night centered around fascinating facts about corn. Discover its intriguing past and explore surprising ways in which it is used. Additionally, settle the longstanding debate on the correct way to consume corn on the cob. While some argue that holding both ends is acceptable, etiquette experts suggest buttering a few rows at a time and eating in a typewriter-like motion, going from side to side (or for the younger generation, like a keyboard).

Go to a parade
Yes, there is a parade happening in Plainview, Minnesota. Although it may be a long distance for some people, it is worth attending if you have a fondness for corn. The event guarantees various attractions such as street dancers, a talent show, and even a soapbox derby. If you have never witnessed a real-life soapbox derby before, it is a truly enjoyable experience, especially when accompanied by some delicious corn, unless you are the one driving.

Share your pics on social media
If you’re fortunate to be present at the Minnesota procession, make sure to share any videos you capture. Many corn enthusiasts would love to see it. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #NationalCornOnTheCobDay for all your posts.

📅 When is National Corn on the Cob Day?

2024 June 11 Tuesday
2025 June 11 Wednesday
2026 June 11 Thursday
2027 June 11 Friday
2028 June 11 Sunday

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