National Cherry Cobbler Day
annually on May 17th
Today we celebrate the cherry cobbler, a cherry-filled deep-dish fruit pie with a thick crust that is usually made of biscuit dough. Cobblers, which originated in the British American colonies, are named as such because of their rough look—they often look like they were cobbled together. There are various types of cobblers. Those in the South usually have a top and bottom crust. Cobblers are often topped with vanilla ice cream.
How to Observe National Cherry Cobbler Day
Celebrate the day by making yourself a cherry cobbler! You could also enjoy one at a restaurant or pick one up at a bakery.