National Breadstick Day
You can choose between soft or crunchy. Plain or cheesy. They can be eaten on their own, or dipped into red sauce. As an appetizer, or as a snack. Breadsticks are a great way to taste the many flavors in Italian cuisine.
National Breadstick Day is a reminder to enjoy and appreciate this delicious appetizer that adds joy and enjoyment to any meal.
There are many stories about the origins of the breadstick. However, it is believed that these tasty little breadsticks were created in Northern Italy in the 17th Century. Some theories suggest that breadsticks originated in Piedmont in Northwest Italy.
According to historians, the invention of the breadstick was linked to Italian royalty living in the Savoy house. These breadsticks may have been given to a young duke, who became sick while he was younger. The crispy breadstick was then the bread of choice for the royal house Savoy.
Grissesini breadsticks were originally hardy and crunchy. They tasted more like crackers. Breadsticks were a convenient snack that you could take with you.
National Breadstick Day offers many ways to celebrate, whether you like the crispy crunch of a breadstick or the delicious goodness of a soft-baked one. These are some ideas to try:
National Breadstick Day’s first order of business is to go to a grocery store or restaurant to get some breadsticks. Many Italian restaurants offer discounted or free breadsticks in celebration of National Breadstick Day.
Some national chains like Olive Garden or Fazoli’s already offer unlimited breadsticks in their menus. Giordano’s or Little Caesar’s may also offer breadsticks, garlic bread, and other appetizers to honor the day.
You have the perfect day to visit one of these places or a local Italian restaurant and get delicious breadsticks!
You can celebrate National Breadstick Day by going to the original place breadsticks were made. You can wander through the Tuscan countryside, visit the Vatican, or climb Mount Vesuvius. No matter what tourist attraction you choose, ordering breadsticks at a bakery or restaurant that serves Italian food such as freshly baked pizza and hand-made pasta is the most important thing.
You can get into the National Breadstick Day spirit by buying a large quantity of breadsticks to take into work. This is a great way to celebrate all things Italian and enjoy a delicious treat.