Skip Nav
Food News
The Bestselling Target Snacks to Keep Stocked at all Times
You Will Never Look at Oreos the Same Way Again After Reading These Facts
meal prep
21 #MealPrep Ideas That Are Anything but Boring

What Is Your Favorite Food Holiday of 2007?

As part of our ongoing Best of 2007 coverage, we want to know about what food celebrations you enjoy. What is your favorite holiday when it comes to food?


Join The Conversation
amber_castaldo amber_castaldo 9 years
I like any holiday based around food. I have never been to passover but my friend makes is sound so amazing - I picked Thanksgiving because that i have been to and made myself.
Thanksgiving all the way.
minaminamina minaminamina 9 years
Eid al Fitr - celebrated by 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide and not even on your list, along with Ramadan or Eid al Adha. But I love Eid al Fitr. It's the feast of Breaking Fast after a month of fasting from sunrise to sunset for Ramadan, and it's always full of delicious Arab cuisine like baba ghanoosh, fooul, hummus, hot pita bread, baklavas, chai tea, and turkish coffee atmy house!
redegg redegg 9 years
My fav is Christmas!
redegg redegg 9 years
Superbowl? :? Hoagies and chips?
veronicaraye veronicaraye 9 years
cant wait for x-mas
emalove emalove 9 years
Thanksgiving of course! And Mexican food on Cinqo de Mayo is always fun too.
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 9 years
New Year's Day is probably the biggest holiday my family celebrates. Lots of good eats!
Linda-McP Linda-McP 9 years
Thanksgiving is the best!
Greentea1203 Greentea1203 9 years
Christmas!! Christmas Eve my family has lots of lobster and crab. Christmas morning my mom makes an amazing quiche and serves mimosas. Christmas night we have prime rib and chocolate soufflés for dessert, plus lots of champagne and great wine. I'm in heaven!
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 9 years
Cinco de Mayo...nothing better than a big Mexican fiesta.
ilanac13 ilanac13 9 years
i had to laugh when i saw passover. i love matzoh ball soup more than anything, but that's about as exciting as the holiday gets. i had to say cinqo de maio - cause any excuse to eat mexican and get drunk on margaritas is ok in my book
iamangiepooh iamangiepooh 9 years
thanksgivingggg! yumm
HappyKate HappyKate 9 years
I love Super Bowl food! Wings, Beer, Chili, Dips of all kinds...its like national junk food day. Complete with football! Only thing better is the Stanly Cup finals and any day where you get presents. Food wise...its the Super Bowl!
juliegal juliegal 9 years
THANKSGIVING STUFFFING!!!!!!!!!!! yummmmmm
sugarbecky sugarbecky 9 years
I guess Thanksgiving for excessive food intake and Cinco de Mayo & St. Patty's for excessive drink intake!! :drinks:
designergirl designergirl 9 years
Mardi Gras- I love to make my Cajun family's specialities! I'm not a big turkey fan, so Thanksgiving isn't my favorite.
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 9 years
easter - cadbury creme eggs, people!
swwonder swwonder 9 years
New Year! The whole of my family get together so we have everyone's Christmas leftovers plus loads of extra food.
javsmav javsmav 9 years
I'm not cajun, Elizabeth Rae, but nothing beats a good King Cake. I miss NOLA!! I said Halloween, but now I'm not sure why. Pretty much anything sweet--cakes, cookies, candy and I'm good to go. Those can be available at almost any holiday. I absolutely hate traditional Thanksgiving food. I just eat left-over pizza and apple crisp. Maybe some mashed potato sans gravy.
catschi catschi 9 years
i love cookies, but unfortunately they are just available on christmas...
Raiyah Raiyah 9 years
ow lord is the superbowl a holiday in America??!!! dont you think you guys take this football thing a bit too serious hahahah
CoconutPie CoconutPie 9 years
The choices are very American, it's not easy to relate to most of them. Here on New Year's people don't eat, they drink. Easter... not much going on there. Canada Day is the official moving day in Quebec, thanks to stupid separatists who don't want us to celebrate. Halloween is for kids. Thanksgiving in Quebec? Hehehe. Yeah right. So I guess Christmas is my answer. We eat eat the traditional turkey, meat pie, meatball stew, fruit ketchup, beets and of course the best, the Bûche de Noël. It's one of the only traditions we still have.
ashante_l ashante_l 9 years
SummerBaby SummerBaby 9 years
its a toss up between christmas and new years! i love them both.. im super excited for new years this year! i cant wait!!! i get my tickets today its going to be a BLAST!!!! :)
Best Cheeses From Trader Joe's
Ugly Christmas Sweaters For Babies
Royal Family Christmas Traditions
How Long Should I Reheat a Casserole?
From Our Partners
Latest Food
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds