The Chocolate Cult: July in Chocolate 2011

Thursday, June 30, 2011

July in Chocolate 2011

Tomorrow is a new month and that means new opportunities to celebrate life with fun food holidays involving chocolate, Sisters and Brothers.  Remember if I've missed any, drop your Chocolate Priestess a comment letting me know about others that should be added to our calendar.  Also let me know if and when you celebrate any of these. 

July = National Ice Cream Month -- We will be doing featured reviews from three companies, four brands plus a massive giveaway for some lucky reader.  So become a public follower now so you can get in all all this cold action.

July 1 = Creative Ice Cream Flavor Day -- What is the most creative flavor you've had?

July 3 = National Chocolate Wafer Day -- Cookies or cakes or both?

July 7 = Chocolate Day -- Isn't that every day here?

July 8 - National Chocolate with Almonds Day -- Common combination there.

July 9 = National Sugar Cookie Day -- Yes, you can make chocolate sugar cookies or cover them with chocolate.

July 12 = National Pecan Pie Day -- My favorite variation is my friend Emilie's Chocolate Pecan Pie.

July 18 = National Ice Cream Day -- Really?  You have an entire month all ready folks do you need one special day?

July 25 = National Hot Fudge Sunday Day -- We have a post sent for that all ready.

July 28 = National Chocolate Milk Day -- Maybe we'll discuss the ongoing controversy in American schools.

July 30 = National Cheesecake Day -- There are tons of variations with chocolate out there.


Anonymous said...

Hi Chocolate Priestess, I'm loving this calendar! Thank you for sharing it, and I'm with you - every day is CHOCOLATE DAY! Have a terrific holiday weekend.

The Chocolate Priestess said...

Hi, Brooks, thanks for reading and commenting. I see you did so on July 1st so what type of creative ice cream flavor do you plan on making/trying today?

Unknown said...

Hello. You visited my blog {thanks :)} and asked about the Diplomat ceke. To tell you the truth, I don't know if its name came from any historical event. It is a very popular cake here in Romania and I make it very often with any kind of fruits.
Have a nice weekend.

The Chocolate Priestess said...

Brindusa, Oh, OK, the historian in me had to ask. Thanks for dropping by. Hope you had time to check out more posts on The Chocolate Cult.

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