Enjoyed every day around the world, this Italian sausage transforms many dishes into delicious. That deserves special recognition: National Salami Day on September 7th is an annual celebration of this spicy sausage.
Who’d have thought that cured, fermented, and air-dried sausages would be tasty? Well, the Romans did hundreds of generations ago. The process of making salami hasn’t changed over the centuries. Salami is usually made with pork, but delis may also use other types of meats such as beef, lamb or duck, or a blend of those. To make a salami usually takes between 30 or 40 days, and each butcher and chef has their own – mostly secret- recipe for their signature salami.
Add salami to your dinner and share your experiences on social media on #NationalSalamiDay.
When Is National Salami Day?
National Salami Day is observed on September 7th of each year.
History Of National Salami Day
National Salami Day was created by The Salami Appreciation Society in Henrico, Virginia.