- January 27 -

Chocolate Cake Day

Chocolate Cake Day is a a chocolate lovers delight, and a day to eat cake. Why this a day to 'bake your chocolate cake....and eat it, too!' On this day, a white or yellow cake will not do. Nor, will part chocolate, part white suffice. It must be chocolate, all chocolate. You can make milk...

Chocolate Cake Day

Chocolate Cake Day is a a chocolate lovers delight, and a day to eat cake. Why this a day to 'bake your chocolate cake....and eat it, too!'
On this day, a white or yellow cake will not do. Nor, will part chocolate, part white suffice. It must be chocolate, all chocolate. You can make milk chocolate, dark chocolate, fudge, or any other type of chocolate cake.
The only reference to Chocolate Day on the Internet is from Ecard and calendar websites. This might lead you to conclude that this as a day for(and by) the Ecard companies. But, we know better. This day is for you, and all chocolate lovers.
There are three objectives of Chocolate Cake Day: To bake a chocolate cake. To decorate a chocolate cake. And, to eat a chocolate cake. Of course, if you are to busy to bake or decorate a cake, then just eating a chocolate cake will certainly do!
Source:
http://www.holidayinsights.com/moreholidays/January/chocolatecakeday.htm

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