Pig in a Blanket Day

Date When Celebrated: Always April 24

Pig in a Blanket Day is a day to eat a sausage wrapped in a pancake. Why? Because that’s what “Pig in a Blanket” is.

Somebody, somewhere decided that this was a very special treat for them. So, they created a special day to celebrate this culinary delight. Aren’t you glad that they did?

How does one go about celebrating Pig in a Blanket Day? Cook up some sausage. Make some pancakes. Wrap the sausage inside of the pancake. Add maple syrup. Then, chow down.


Origin of “Pig in a Blanket Day”:

Our research did not find the creator or the origin of this day. Restaurants sometimes hold a “Pig in a Blanket” special. The roots of this day may have come from a restaurant breakfast promotion.

 

OBVIOUSLY, THIS SOURCE IS NOT FROM WESTERN PA!  THIS IS A WEAK VERSION OF A “PIG IN THE BLANKET”!  Right, younz guys?

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