If you caught today’s column
(http://charlestondailymail.com/foodandliving/TheFoodGuy/201101181199), you already know there’s a day or month to celebrate just about anything you put in your mouth.
I mentioned that tomorrow is National Cheese Lovers Day, Sunday is National Pie Day and January is National Soup Month. But it’s also Bread Machine Baking Month, National Candy Month, National Egg Month, National Meat Month, National Hot Tea Month, National Oatmeal Month and National Wheat Bread Month and – are you ready for this? – National Prune Breakfast Month.
Plus there’s a food-related celebration almost every day of the year. (No kidding, check it out.)
The list goes on and on, but how do you keep track of it all?
A reader sent me this handy link (http://www.thenibble.com/fun/more/facts/holidays-january.asp) offering a nice round-up.
We just missed Peking Duck Day (yesterday, dang) but can make up for it with National Popcorn Day (today), National Peanut Butter Day (Sunday) and Chocolate Cake Day (Jan. 27).
But if all those treats get you a little, uh, irregular – never fear. February is National Fiber Focus Month.