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National Dadgum That's Good Day

National Dadgum That's Good Day is dedicated to delicious meals and time spent with loved ones—things that are both "Dadgum good!" "Dadgum, that's good!" is a southern phrase, and also the title of John McLemore's cookbook series. McLemore and his family are behind Masterbuilt, a cooking products company based in Columbus, Georgia, that manufactures products like fryers, smokers, and grills. John's father, Dawson McLemore, started the company in 1973, with his young son by his side. They started by building fern stands, but things really took off when they switched to fish cookers, and the company kept expanding from there. In 2015, they created National Dadgum That's Good Day to celebrate an appreciation for good food and company.

How to Observe National Dadgum That's Good Day

Masterbuilt has encouraged those celebrating to gather family and friends together for some "Dadgum good food" and to share recipes and stories. How can you make sure your gathering has some "Dadgum good food"? Picking up one of John McLemore's cookbooks or using recipes on the Masterbuilt website should set you on the right path. Using a cooking product manufactured by Masterbuilt could make your cooking even better. While preparing for your day of food, friends, and family, you could pause to learn more about the history of Masterbuilt and see how the day has been celebrated at their headquarters in the past. Finally, make sure to use the phrase "Dadgum, that's good!" as much as possible today!

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