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National Peach Cobbler Day

donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

I never ate peach cobbler until I was in the army and posted in the South. Seemed like every restaurant served it as a dessert. What's your favorite way to enjoy it? I love it warm topped with ice cream.

It's also National Scrabble Day. I've played it a few times maybe and didn't think of posting it here until I saw it was originally named Lexicon and was renamed by Alfred Mosher Butts. Can't help but wonder if there is any connection, even a 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon type.

Finally, it's also National Make Lunch Count Day. A majority of Americans suffer (allegedly) from FOLO - fear of lunching out - at least according to a poll by TGIF. One can celebrate by gathering with friends and/or co-workers and having a nice mean and conversation. Maybe even eat some peach cobbler.


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