Hooray For Salami Day!
Hope you've got big plans for a evening out on the town, eating some delicious salami. If you prefer a relaxing meal at home, your local grocer should have a variety of delightful salamis to choose from. Or, if you're super lazy, order that pizza with pepperoni, one of the more popular types of salami. No matter what, have a great Salami Day, and wish all your friends a Happy Salami Day as well, as one good sausage party deserves another.
Salami Day Fan Art!
So the folks over at Proartweb Studio decided to make some amazing Salami Day fan art!
If you've made any Salami Day fan art, send in our way, because we'd love to see it!
Salami Day T-Shirts Are Here
It's the opportunity you've all been waiting for! You can now have your very own commemorative Salami Day t-shirt. Get your shirt now, and be the first one on your block to sport some hip Salami Day duds!
Salami on the Web
Here's a really sweet video all about a guy named Ben who just can't get enough salami!
Looking to brighten up a drab and meatless house? How about a lovely marble floor made of salami? The artist, Wim Delvoye, has a few varieties of this delicious floor, including this angular pattern with florals as well as this lovely tiling.
A more realistic approach to making your home salami-friendly might be with one of these salami rugs. Comes in five different varieties! All you need to do is figure out how to read German.
Need something fun to cure those winter blues? Why not slice yourself up a few pieces of salami to nibble on while you do this salami word search? Here's a printable version, if you prefer pencil and paper for your puzzling needs.
If you're looking for a fun activity, why not try making your own plush salami? It's the newest addition to the Salami Day website, and is sure to please salami fans young and old!
You are ...Salami
Bet you're a big fan of playing 'Hide the Salami'!
A Brief History of Salami Day
Salami Day was first started in 2006 in Henrico, Virginia, by the Salami Appreciation Society (SAS for short). Salami Day, as well as the SAS, for that matter, were the result of spontaneous inspiration on the part of the founders, Christine and Virginia. The group has grown by leaps and bounds since then, to include upwards of over 10 people! Word is spreading, though, and soon the whole world will be able to participate in the joy of eating this delicious meat product on the exact same day that other salami lovers are doing it as well. To start your own chapter of the Salami Appreciation Society, all you have to do is organize a salami-related party or outing and September 7th. It's that easy!
Salami is a too-often overlooked meat in the world of deli meats, and the Salami Appreciation Society felt that it, too, deserved it's day in the sun. It holds a special place in all of our hearts. Salami has a rich history and is definitely a part of a healthy diet, providing important nutrients such as protein and potassium. It can be eaten on sandwiches, crackers, in pita wraps, tortilla wraps, or even by itself. No one can resist the ultimate duo of salami and cheese, for that matter! Be sure to tell your friends about Salami Day this September 7th, so everyone can share in the joy that salami brings to the world!