March 2024

With the beginning of Spring, March sees many celebration holidays around family and culture, from St Patrick's Day to Mother's Day and many in-between.

ⓘ Tap to expand
  • 1st St. David's Day
    The welsh celebration day calls for some hearty welsh food: enjoy some lovely Welsh cakes, flavoursome Welsh rarebit, cheesy leeks, or traditional Welsh Cawl.
  • 4-10th British Pie Week
    Brits love a good pie, and surveys have shown the Nations favourites are Chicken and Mushroom, and traditional Steak and Kidney. As for sides, records show a tough battle between mash and chips, but chips come out on top!
  • 4-10th National Butchers Week
    Taking place in March, the week created by the Meat Trade Journal celebrates the high street butcher. It encourages a range of recipes and ideas to make the most of your local butchers.
  • 10th Mother's Day (UK)
    Mother's Day is all about celebrating the Mother figures in your life. Treat family to sweet treats such as homemade cakes and biscuits.
  • 17th St. Patrick's Day
    On the annual Irish celebration, the go-to drink is of course Guinness. From Guinness Beef Stew to Shamrock Soda Bread, there are some great Irish treats for you to try.
  • 19th National Poultry Day (US)
    Poultries is the second most widely eaten meat type globally along with their eggs. These fowls are found to have a low proportion of fats, and cholesterol when compared with other meats. Thus consumption of poultry meat is better for your health as it provides nutritionally beneficial food with high-quality protein.
  • 25th International Waffle Day
    Known as Våffeldagen, legend has it that the holiday was mistakenly created due to a mispronunciation of Vårfrudagen. Vårfrudagen or Our Lady's Day is a Christian holiday also known as Annunciation. Today, many countries around the world celebrate March 25 as Waffle Day.
  • 27th International Whisk(e)y Day
    World Whisky Day is an annual, global day of whisky, which invites everyone to try a dram and celebrate the water of life.
  • 29th Good Friday (UK Bank Holiday)
    For centuries, Christians have abstained from eating meat on Good Friday, and this was a rule laid out by the Vatican. Today, many people, whether they're religious or not, choose to eat fish instead of meat on Good Friday.
  • 31st Easter Sunday
    From chocolate eggs to hot cross buns, cooked ham and roast lamb, Easter food traditions are rich and moreish.