There are a lot of weird and strangely specific food holidays out there. For example,
February 9 is National Bagels and Lox Day
March 11 is Oatmeal-Nut Waffles Day
April 21 is Chocolate-Covered Cashew Truffle Day
July 9 is Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Omelette Day (I’m actually not 100% sure what this even means)
October 5 is National Apple Betty Day
December 30 is National Bicarbonate of Soda Day (aka National Baking Soda Day)
I want to know two things:
1. Who decides on these random food holidays?
2. How does something so specific as “Crab-Stuffed Flounder” get its own food holiday (February 18, for the record).
If you can answer, I will send you some chocolate-covered cashew truffles on April 21.
*I will not send you chocolate-covered cashew truffles. But I still want to hear the answers!*
And yesterday, September 12, was National Chocolate Milkshake Day. So I made chocolate milkshakes.
Except this isn’t just any chocolate milkshake. This is a specially-flavored chocolate milkshake. I’ll give you three guesses as to what flavor I added, but I’m guessing you won’t need all three…
Yup, chai. Chocolate Chai Milkshakes are where it’s at!