National Chop Suey Day

August 29, 2021

August 28 - National Chop Suey Day

What Is National Chop Suey Day?

Chop suey, which means “assorted pieces,” is a dish that has become very popular in American Chinese cuisine. It is typically made of a meat, be it pork or chicken or beef or fish or shrimp, and eggs and vegetables cooked in a thick and syrupy sauce. It is usually served with rice, but can also be served with egg noodles. Some say chop suey was invented in America by Chinese Americans. Others believe it hailed from Taishan in China, where a lot of Chinese people immigrated from to America. One other story claims that a Chinese cook quickly threw together some leftover ingredients to appease drunk miners who’d wandered in after closing. No matter the origin story, it is undeniable that chop suey is loved and appreciated by many! Grab some for dinner tonight, and make your family very happy.

When Is National Chop Suey Day?

On August 29th, we celebrate an American Chinese classic, with National Chop Suey Day!

History Of National Chop Suey Day

We were unable to find the creator of this national day in our research, but we will be sure to keep you posted.

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