National No Dirty Dishes Day
It’s the dishes that follow a delicious, enjoyable meal that can ruin it. It would be wonderful if you didn’t have any dishes to prepare on a given day. National No Dirty Dishes Day is here to help!
You have the option to go out and eat at a restaurant, or you can choose to use disposable dishes. You can do whatever you want, but the goal is not to make any dishes on National No Dirty Dishes Day.
Disposable dishes aren‚Äôt a new invention. A paper plate was invented by Hermann Henschel in 1867. It was initially a convenience item, but it was made a public health issue in 1908. Tuberculosis was a major problem in this time.
Samuel J Crumbine realized something needed to be done when he saw one of his patients drink from the common water source. He started a movement to ban common utensils from public water sources. Hugh Moore and Lawrence Luellen were inspired to create the Dixie Cup, a disposable cup that is very popular today.
This innovation led the development of disposable dishware, including disposable plates and bowls, disposable paper wrappers and disposable cutlery. These dishes quickly became the standard way to feed those who worked in remote areas such as bridges, dams and roads. Disposable dishes were popular in the 1940s to feed workers at defense factories.
National No Dirty Dishes Day is also available in restaurants. These businesses were attracted by the convenience of having your food prepared by someone else and having to clean up afterwards. It was important to be able to enjoy a meal with friends and socialize.
You don’t have to cook dirty dishes in order to celebrate this holiday. It’s easy enough to do, order food that doesn‚Äôt require any utensils.
You can eat pizza, fried chicken and egg rolls as well as corn dogs. You don’t have to eat in, so take your family to somewhere nice or have a picnic in the park with disposable dishes.
National No Dirty Dishes Day allows you to enjoy your meal without worrying about the dishes.