Salad days

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Fans of obscure holidays or, today at least, macaroonsmight find this article in yesterday’s New York Times to be of interest… apparently, at least 175 days a year are set aside to celebrate some form of food or drink. June 26 Chocolate Pudding Day. October 11 is Sausage Pizza Day. And March 23 is Melba Toast Day, at least according to this website. Unsurprisingly, most of these holidays were created by people who are trying to sell more food (Have a Coke Day, anyone?). Nonetheless, come June 13, you just might find me celebrating Kitchen Klutzes of America Day…

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