Time to sneak in a few of those melt-in-your-mouth shortbread cookies that Mom used to make – it’s National Pecan Sandy Day! Here’s an easy recipe...

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Just Peachy!

21 Jun, 22

Would it be fun if there was a day to celebrate juicy, perfectly ripened, sweet peaches paired with irresistibly smooth, sweet cream? Guess what – today is the day!

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Can you believe that Hostess Cupcakes originally sold at 5 cents for two? As they first graced the Taggart Bakery shelves on May 10, 1919, these little bitty treasures were once simply called ‘The Chocolate Cupcake.’

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Initially started by Susan Michals - the creator of CatCon - today is National Cat Lady Day! While the term “crazy cat lady” often invokes thoughts of an old maid cradling dozens of cats against her hair-covered, baggy sweater, Michals and every other modern cat lady knows today this isn’t the case!

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A Sweeter Situation

05 Apr, 22

In the early 17th century, women in America would often combine water with caramelized sugar to make yummy candies. Back in 1850, some brilliant soul accidentally added milk and fat to a mixture made of cooked sugar. The result?

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Prepare for an ode to one of America’s most loved nuts – today is National Peanut Lovers Day. (Health fanatics rejoice as you enjoy its host of benefits!) Not only are they a delicious, snackable treasure, but with 7 grams of protein they have more than any of their nutty counterparts.

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Today, salute the entrepreneurial heroines in your life for International Women’s Day! Since the early 1900s, women across the globe joined forces to fight for equality and fair treatment.

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Since the 19th century, the beloved banana cream pie has found its way into our kitchens and hearts with a flavorful deliciousness that few desserts can replicate! The traditional custard pie was tweaked to include a signature banana flavoring, and ever since the popularity of this longtime contender skyrocketed.

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Evolution is Good

27 Jan, 22

In 1765, a chocolatier and a doctor both decided to work together in an old mill to bring their vision to life. First, they ground cocoa beans into a thick syrup.

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Today marks National Peach Melba Day, and like many noteworthy edible concoctions, the story of this creamy dessert is littered with interesting tidbits. As he worked diligently at the Savoy Hotel in London in 1892, French chef Auguste Escoffier decided to grace the menu with a new treat.

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