Our winner of the Candy Kit from Glee Gum is from our Facebook page: Mr. Chad K. Schlesinger!
Chad email me using my name (tammyjo) with (the) in front of it via the gmail system and I'll ask you what I need to know for the giveaway and get you in contact with Glee Gum. If you post when you receive or use it, let us know, please.
Now on to the Chocolate Calendar for December.
Technically it is "National Mousse Day" but I also need to get this planner out to you all so you can look ahead to the busy month of December 2012. I don't think the world is going to end so look sharp and get your calendars out to start figuring how you will have your chocolate this month. I made mousse for part of the product testing of our Saturday Sacrament tomorrow so make sure you come back and read that, Sisters and Brothers.
1st Week of December = Cookie Cutter Week -- My husband always makes either cut out cookies or pressed cookies for our big holiday party.
December 1 = National Pie Day -- I'm not a big pie person, I'm really not. I love a good chocolate pie that others make and I've made them in the past but for some reason I just never liked making pies and I could take or leave them in terms of eating them.
December 4 = National Cookie Day -- Didn't we have a cookie day all ready this year? I made cookies today, cookie press cookies in fact for the Cookie Swap I'm doing this year on behalf of The Chocolate Cult.
December 5 = National Sacher Torte Day -- I've also never made one of these. Are they difficult?
December 8 = National Chocolate Brownie Day -- I always have these on my birthday but that was back in September. Time for some more and I think small brownies might be great for our Winter Holiday Party we are hosting this year on this very date!
December 9 = National Pastry Day -- Pastry always feels beyond my abilities. What do you think, Sisters and Brothers?
December 12 = National Cocoa Day -- Ah, cocoa, your creation was a gift to all of us.
December 15 = National Cookie Day, National Cupcake Day --Wait up, how can you celebrate both on the same day? I may have an idea.
December 16 = National Chocolate Covered Anything Day -- Anything? Anything?
December 28/29 = National Chocolate Days -- We'll probably have left over Christmas chocolate still by both these dates.
Do you use a lot of chocolate in December, Sisters and Brothers?