National Dumpling Day
The National Dumpling Day, September 26th, makes a delectable treat to commemorate. With the popularity of dumplings on the rise, the day provides a great excuse to celebrate! Each morsel delights whether it be enjoyed as an appetizer or the main course.
Dumplings are so versatile and flavorful. They make a stunning accompaniment to any meal, as well. Dumplings are a favorite dish around the world due to the endless possibilities of shape and taste.
Dumplings are made from small pieces of dough. The dough is usually wrapped around a filling, but not always. Both flavor and cooking techniques play into the large variety of dumplings available. The dough may be made of flour, potatoes, or bread. The fillings come in a variety of ways, such as meat, fish, vegetables, or candy. Dumplings can be made in a variety of ways, as well. Some of the techniques include boiling, steaming, simmering, simmering, and even frying. Although dumplings are often eaten on their own, they are also a delicious addition to soups and stews.
How to Observe National Dumpling Day?
Serve a complete meal of dumplings. Start with appetizers and then follow them with a soup course. Then take the main course. Wrap it up with a sweet dessert and wrap it up. Other suggested ways to celebrate include:: The following are among the suggested ways to celebrate:
- Invite friends to join you at your new restaurant. Order a variety of dumplings to share. Don't forget to give the restaurant a shout-out on social media
- Experiment at home. Try culinary recipes or break the mold by adding your own flair
- Add dumplings to soups
- Share your favorite recipes
- Before and after, don't forget to snap photos of your plates!
Be sure to invite friends to attend the dinner with you! #NationalDumplingDay is a hashtag that people use on social media. Take photos and post them on social media using the hashtag #NationalDumplingDay.
National dumpling day is the longest in national dumpling day history
In April 2015, TMI Food Group introduced National Dumpling Day to celebrate all the goodness of dumplings.
About tmi food group
Brothers Joseph and Terry Tang founded TMI Food Group, a minority-owned company, in 1989. The Tang Family's hard work ensures that the Tang Family's products are of the highest quality and health standards for more than 20 years. TMI Food Group has always strived to produce delicious and healthy foods with its simple mission "To make people happy" and vision "To be a part of every family's meals."
TMI Food Group has seen exponential growth throughout the years since its inception as Twin Marquis, a small-scale noodle factory in Chinatown, on the mainland. Its current plants are located on over 130,000 square feet of production space. Their menu grew beyond noodles and wrappers to include dim sum, appetizers, and dumplings. TMI Food Group is the parent company of subsidiaries Twin Marquis Inc., Chef One Corp., and TMI Trading Corp.
TMI Food Group was the first manufacturer of Asian food products in the United States to be granted an ISO 22000:2005 license, an international standard of food safety. The award was a testament to the company's dedication to its customers, considering all aspects of food production, from research and design to the selling of its products. Chef One Corp. and Twin Marquis Inc. are both HACCP registered, and Twin Marquis Inc. are also HACCP compliant.
***TMI Food Group – Susie Moy – (718) 744-6810
Q. Is there any other dumpling days on the calendar? Yes! Yes! Dumplings are popular on National Bao Day, National Apple Dumpling Day, and National Pierogi Day are among those commemorating dumplings.
Q. Is dumplings spicy?
A. They can be. However, if you don't like spice, there are so many different varieties, there's bound to be one that suits your tastebuds.