National Egg Day

National Egg Day Quick Facts

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2020 DateJune 3, 2020
2021 DateJune 3, 2021
National Egg Day

National Egg Day History

National World Egg Day is observed to emphasize the benefits of eggs and their importance in human nutrition. According to the American Heart Association’s guidelines, the health benefits of eggs outweighed concerns over cholesterol. The AHA says healthy adults can enjoy an egg per day and easily remain within the daily cholesterol limits. Eggs carry a relatively low-calorie count of about 75 calories for an average sized egg. While the eggs that Americans typically consume come from chickens, a wide range of poultry (like ducks and geese) provide tasty gourmet egg varieties. National Egg Day is celebrated annually on 3rd June, in the United States.

National Egg Day Facts

  • According to Daily Press, Howard Helmer is the omelet King. Holder of three Guinness World Records for omelet making. Fastest omelet-maker (427 omelets in 30 minutes); fastest single omelet (42 seconds from whole egg to omelet); and omelet flipping (30 flips in 34 seconds)
    Howard is known for spreading the good word of the good egg to consumers across the country through appearances on radio, television, newspapers, magazine articles and live cooking demonstrations.
  • Did you know that an average hen lays 300 to 325 eggs a year?
  • To tell if an egg is raw or hard-cooked, spin it! If the egg spins easily, it is hard-cooked but if it wobbles, it is raw.

National Egg Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • In the USA, Americans were prepared up for World Egg Day by exploring eggceptional flavors from around the world, which could all be found in the Windy City of Chicago! To start off with tamago—Japanese omelet—or a French Croque Madame ham and cheese sandwich, then finish the day with Ethiopian Doro Wat or the Italian classic Carbonara.
  • Check who is hosting events on World Egg Day near you.The United States is hosting a huge variety of events and activities. Including, distributing free eggs; promotional and educational broadcasts across social media; school fun days; and cooking demonstrations and competitions.
  • Don’t let National Egg Day move away without preparing a new egg recipe, whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner, brinner, brunch, or a midnight snack. Perhaps you want to try a recipe that you’ve always liked at a restaurant, like an omelet or eggs benedict.

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