Monday, March 28, 2011

Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day, Something on a Stick Day, more

March 28th, 2011, is Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day, Something on a Stick Day, Eggsibit Day, and National Black Forest Cake Day.

Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day is a chance to recapture your youth. Admit it - you've popped your share of bubble wrap! These days you can pop virtually or buy the real stuff in an array of colors.

In honor of Something on a Stick Day, what's your fave impaled food? I'm partial to chicken satay with peanut sauce.

Eggsibit Day is a time to appreciate the elaborate art of egg decorating, popular in Eastern Europe, or perhaps just decorate your own.

National Black Forest Cake Day celebrates a fabulous German concoction made with chocolate, cream, and cherries. Pass me a slice!

The Holiday Whiz advice mashup: Arrange some beautifully decorated eggs in a nest of pastel bubble wrap for a unique centerpiece. Serve cubes of Black Forest cake on skewers.

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