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Answer Superbowl Sunday, but that's not really a holiday. I heard it is actually ahead of Christmas.
1. Thanksgiving 2. Super Sunday 3. Christmas
The most popular holidays in the U.S. are Thanksgiving Day, the 4th Thursday of November, and Christmas Day, December 25. The second most popular holidays in the U.S., not q…uite as big as the first two but observed by a large majority of workers, are New Year's Day (January 1), Memorial Day (observed on the last Monday of May), Independence Day (July 4) and Labor Day (the 1st Monday of September). The third group in popularity are Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday (observed on the 3rd Monday of January), George Washington's Birthday (observed on the 3rd Monday of February), Columbus Day (observed on the 2nd Monday of October) and Veterans' Day (November 11). Good Friday is a state holiday in about a quarter to a third of the states. Some holidays are popular only in one state or a few states, like Patriot Day in Massachusetts, or Robert E. Lee's Birthday in several southern states.
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About 60 pounds per capita.
The primal cuts include: chuck, rib, brisket/fore shank, short plate, short loin, sirloin, flank and round. It really depends on the region you are referring to, as people in …different regions consume different cuts. For instance, most often, ground chuck is used in making hamburgers more often than other cuts. The brisket is popular in areas that consume a lot of roasts, etc. The flank is used a lot in fajitas and other items like that. And, then, the Sirloin is widely offered in restaurants.
Starting in 1992, chicken consumption for the first time surpassed that of beef, America's former top meat choice, and this trend continued into the twenty-first century
I used to work in the liquor biz and we were told by our marketing group that in terms of sales Christmas is #1, followed by Thanksgiving at #2. Interestingly though Thanksgiv…ing is supposedly worse for DUI's and DUI related fatalities. But I guess while people who drink will do so during just about any holiday, Christmas while being a big one in terms of consumption is the largest in terms of sales due to people giving booze as gifts, as well as consuming it. I recall Easter was a big one, maybe third, while New Years / Valentines (think Champagne) and Mother's Day were others. But basically any holiday (in America) where people are gathering for a big family meal equates to higher alcohol consumption.