Today is Gyro Day, a day to celebrate one of the most delicious and popular sandwiches in the United States. A gyro is a Greek dish made from roasted meat on a spit, typically lamb or pork. It is usually served as a sandwich with tzatziki sauce, tomatoes, onions, and French fries.
Gyros are believed to have originated in Greece, and the word "gyro" comes from the Greek word for "turn." The first gyros were made with lamb, but pork and chicken are now also popular choices. Gyros are a staple of Greek cuisine, and they can be found in restaurants all over the world.
If you're looking to celebrate Gyro Day, why not head to your nearest Greek restaurant and enjoy a delicious gyro sandwich? Or, if you're feeling adventurous, you could try making your own gyros at home. Whichever way you choose to celebrate, make sure to enjoy a gyro today!