National Yorkshire Pudding Day
annually on October 13th
National Yorkshire Pudding Day celebrates the puffy and doughy roll that first appeared in cookbooks in the mid 18th century in England. It consists of eggs, flour, milk or water, salt, and fat and pan drippings from roast beef, or from another meat such as prime rib. Its name is taken from a northern county in England. It is still very popular in England and is traditionally served with roast beef in America.