When: Always on May 14th
Dance Like a Chicken Day is for those who like to do the ""Chicken Dance"". All 'ya gotta do is dance like a chicken. While any dance song will do, there's no dance like the Chicken dance.
It's tradition at every wedding reception to play and to dance the Chicken Dance. It gets people of all ages up dancing and mingling. It puts a smile on everyone's face. The Chicken Dance is not limited to weddings. It is also played at other social events where there is a band and dancing.
The only problem is that events are way too frequent for a chicken dance lover. Therefore, today exists to provide you with another opportunity to dance like a chicken. So, don't pass up this priceless opportunity.
'Cmon, big guy. Get up and dance with me!
Did You Know? Thee are more chickines than humans in the world.
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The Chicken Dance is a tradition at weddings, childrens’ discos and family events. In order to get some practice in, take some time on Chicken Dance Day to learn to do dance like a chicken.
National Buttermilk Biscuit Day is a United States holiday observed on May 14th annually. The delicious, delicate buttermilk biscuit is celebrated today!
Biscuits are made using baking powder or baking soda as a leavening agent rather than yeast. A typical buttermilk biscuit recipe contains flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, butter, and buttermilk. They are often referred to as a “quick bread”, indicating they do not need time to rise before baking. While being made, the dough is beaten and folded to incorporate air, which expands while baking, causing the biscuit to rise.
Before the American Civil War, biscuits emerged as an inexpensive addition to meals. This sturdier bread product soon became popular as people realized it absorbed the gravy on their plate better than plain bread. Soon a new family favorite, biscuits and gravy, was created.