National Maple Syrup Day
It's called "liquid gold" for good reason: It takes about 40 gallons of raw sap to create one gallon of syrup. Plus, "sugaring season" lasts only a short six weeks in late winter.
|30||December 1Eat a Red Apple Day||December 2Fritters Day||December 3Make a Gift Day||December 4Cookie Day||December 5Comfort Food Day||December 6Gazpacho Day|
|December 7Cotton Candy Day||December 8Brownie Day||December 9Pastry Day||December 10Lager Day||December 11Noodle Ring Day||December 12Ambrosia Day||December 13Cocoa Day|
|December 14Bouillabaisse Day||December 15Cupcake Day||December 16Chocolate-Covered Anything Day||December 17Maple Syrup Day||December 18Roast Suckling Pig Day||December 19Oatmeal Muffin Day||December 20Sangria Day|
|December 21Kiwifruit Day||December 22Pear Month||December 23Festivus||December 24Eggnog Day||December 25Pumpkin Pie Day||December 26Candy Cane Day||December 27Fruitcake Day|
|December 28Chocolate Candy Day||December 29Get on the Scales Day||December 30Bicarbonate of Soda Day||December 31Champagne Day||1||2||3|
More Reasons to Celebrate
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Throw an elegant affair with these easy snacks.
Get classic favorites or treats with a twist treats for your fete.
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These appetizers will bring the crowd to your next shindig.
You can't beat these sips when you've got a whistle to wet.