December 1 = National Pie Day was technical yesterday but I wanted to get that review of a cake mix in before Hanukkah started.
December 4 = National Cookie Day is a day my friends should strive to have their annual cookie party on I think but then this is really close to Thanksgiving.
December 5 = National Sacher Torte Day. What is a Sacher Torte or Sachertorte as I've seen it spelled? Apparently it is a type of cake created by an Austrian apprentice chef named Franz Sacher based on a traditional recipe that dates back at least to the early 18th century in Austrian cookbooks.
December 9 = National Pastry Day falls on a Thursday this year so you could make something and have it on our Saturday Sacrament. If you do, let me know what you made.
December 12 = National Cocoa Day is different in that it focuses on an ingredient not a dessert.
December 15 = National Cookie Day, National Cupcake Day. I found two different fun food holidays for this date. Couldn't we pick one of these and move it to a less busy Chocolate month?
December 16 = National Chocolate Covered Anything Day. Anything, huh? This might give people ideas...
December 28/29 = National Chocolate Days is another holiday I found two dates for but what is most odd is that these on consecutive days. Plus shouldn't we had enough sweets over Christmas? I think this holiday needs to be moved again to a less busy month.
Tell me what you think, Sisters and Brothers.