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April Fools' Day

 

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National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day

 

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National Burrito Day [RECIPES]

 

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Palm Sunday

 

6

 

National Tartan Day [BONUS: VENISON RECIPE]

 

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National Beer Day

National Coffee Cake Day

 

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Passover [April 8 to April 16]

National Empanada Day [RECIPES]

 

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10

 

Good Friday

National Siblings Day

 

11

 

National Pet Day

 

12

 

Easter

NATIONAL GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH DAY [Bonus Recipes Included]

 

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Day of the Mushroom [BONUS: VEGAN RECIPES]

 

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GARLIC DAY

 

20

 

420 DAY

 

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50 YEARS OF EARTH DAY

 

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Ramadan Starts

 

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National Pretzel Day

 

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Arbor Day

 

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Denim Day

 

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International JAZZ Day

 
  

April 4, 2020

National Burrito Day [RECIPES]

NATIONAL BURRITO DAY
National Burrito Day is observed annually on the first Thursday in April.
A burrito is a heavy tortilla wrapped around meat, cheese, tomato, rice, beans, vegetables, and sauces. Burritos can be filled with ground beef, shredded chicken, shredded beef or shredded pork. Bean choices often include black, red, whole or refried beans. Vegetables can be grilled or fresh. Cumin, chili powder, and oregano are typical spices used to give the burritos an authentic Mexican flavor. Chimichangas are burritos that have been deep fried.
The word burrito first appeared in the Dictionary of Mexicanisms in 1895. It is the term used in the Guanajuato region and means little donkey in Spanish. It is possible that it stems from the appearance of the packs and bedrolls donkeys used to carry. In other regions of Mexico, similar types of food are known as flauta. The burrito was introduced in the United States in the 1930s at the El Cholo Spanish Cafe in Los Angeles.

HOW TO OBSERVE
Call some friends and go out for burritos or make some at home with one of these recipes:

Chicken and Bean Burritos
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Santa Fe Grande Burritos
CLICK HERE

Use #NationalBurritoDay to post on social media.

 

 
 

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