1. National Baked Bean Month
2. National July Belongs to Blueberries Month
Blueberries are grown in 35 states! Find a local pick-your-own farm, and go blueberry crazy.
3. Lasagna Awareness Month
Big, small. Meaty, vegetable-y. There are a ton of ways to have your lasagna! Throw on “Lady and the Tramp” in the background and have an Italian-themed night.
4. National Culinary Arts Month
Sadly, not all of us are gifted with amazing cooking skills. Join friends at a fancy restaurant nearby
and then just order appetizers.
5. National Picnic Month
Going on a picnic is très Downtown Abbey, no? Try going on a picnic near nighttime because the temperatures during the day might actually kill you.
6. National Pickle Month
Not only are pickles delicious, they are also easy to make at home. But no one wants to make anything anymore. Just throw a jar of bread-and-butter pickles into your picnic basket and call it a day.
7. National Hot Dog Month
BuzzFeed has a lot of feelings about spiral-ing your hot dogs. About 155 million wieners will be eaten during the 4th of July weekend, so this holiday is already built-in to your celebration schedule.