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January 23

National Rhubarb Day

Though cultivated since ancient times, rhubarb didn’t become popular until the Victorian era, when the masses could finally afford the other ingredient required to make its tart stalks palatable: sugar!

 
Soft Pretzel

National Pretzel Day

Today, take your pretzels dry and crunchy, soft and warm, or like the Germans sometimes do: split, buttered and put back together for a "butter san...

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January 2015

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28293031January 1Bloody Mary DayJanuary 2Cream Puffs DayJanuary 3Chocolate-Covered Cherry Day
January 4Spaghetti DayJanuary 5Whipped Cream DayJanuary 6Shortbread DayJanuary 7Tempura DayJanuary 8English Toffee DayJanuary 9Apricot DayJanuary 10Bittersweet Chocolate Day
January 11Hot Toddy DayJanuary 12Marzipan DayJanuary 13Peach Melba DayJanuary 14Hot Pastrami DayJanuary 15Strawberry Ice Cream DayJanuary 16Fig Newton DayJanuary 17Hot Buttered Rum Day
January 18Slow Cooking MonthJanuary 19Popcorn DayJanuary 20Buttercrunch DayJanuary 21Granola Bar DayJanuary 22Blonde Brownie DayJanuary 23Rhubarb DayJanuary 24Peanut Butter Day
January 25Irish Coffee DayJanuary 26Peanut Brittle DayJanuary 27Chocolate Cake DayJanuary 28Blueberry Pancake DayJanuary 29Corn Chip DayJanuary 30Croissant DayJanuary 31Wheat Bread Month

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