November 7 = National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day -- Another chocolate plus almonds day on the fun food calendar... seems like the almond lobby may be behind this.
November 11= National Sundae Day; National Pocky Day in Japan -- I'm going to look at Pocky on this date so be ready and go get some to munch while you read.
November 20 = National Peanut Butter Fudge Day -- It doesn't need chocolate but wouldn't it be better with some?
November 24, 1615 = marriage of Anne to Louis XIII -- I'll explain why this is important to chocolate lovers in a post later this month.
November 25 = National Parfait Day -- I want to learn to make a parfait with chocolate of course.
November 26 = National Cake Day -- I know there are cakes out there that are not chocolate I just don't desire them.
November 27 = National Bavarian Cream Pie Day -- Frankly I think this pie deserves more chocolate than it traditionally has.
November 28 = French Toast Day -- Why not add chocolate either in the bread or as a syrup/spread on it?
November 29 = Chocolates Day -- I'm not really sure what this means? Does it mean "chocolates" as in what we call individual pieces of chocolate candy?
November 30 = National Mousse Day -- Mousse is either excellent or terrible in my experience. Again why would I want the non-chocolate type?
Sisters and Brothers, do any of these holidays look good for you to celebrate?