National Shortbread Day
Named for its "short” (or crumbly) texture, shortbread is practically an ambassador for Scotland. Flour, butter and sugar are all you need, but feel free to add a pinch of any flavor you love.
|28||29||30||31||January 1Bloody Mary Day||January 2Cream Puffs Day||January 3Chocolate-Covered Cherry Day|
|January 4Spaghetti Day||January 5Whipped Cream Day||January 6Shortbread Day||January 7Tempura Day||January 8English Toffee Day||January 9Apricot Day||January 10Bittersweet Chocolate Day|
|January 11Hot Toddy Day||January 12Marzipan Day||January 13Peach Melba Day||January 14Hot Pastrami Day||January 15Strawberry Ice Cream Day||January 16Fig Newton Day||January 17Hot Buttered Rum Day|
|January 18Slow Cooking Month||January 19Popcorn Day||January 20Buttercrunch Day||January 21Granola Bar Day||January 22Blonde Brownie Day||January 23Rhubarb Day||January 24Peanut Butter Day|
|January 25Irish Coffee Day||January 26Peanut Brittle Day||January 27Chocolate Cake Day||January 28Blueberry Pancake Day||January 29Corn Chip Day||January 30Croissant Day||January 31Wheat Bread Month|
More Reasons to Celebrate
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You can't beat these sips when you've got a whistle to wet.