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Happy Jan. 22! "Answer Your Cat's Questions" & "Hot Sauce" Day!



For "Answer Your Cat's Questions" & "Hot Sauce" Day!, I attempted to make a Pusheen the Cat Cake and here are: Buffalo Chicken Cheese Balls from the Aaron McCargo, Jr., of the Food Network & Buffalo Chicken Hand Pies from Tasty on YouTube.


Check out the individual posts! :)



What is "Answer Your Cat's Questions" Day?

Wellcat.com has created and copyrighted 80+ weird & wacky holidays including "Answer Your Cat's Questions" Day! According to the website, "If you will stop what you are doing and take a look at your cat, you will observe that the cat is looking at you with a serious question. Meditate upon it, then answer the question!" Haha. :)

http://wellcat.com/



Pusheen the Cat Cake (from the Lovely Baker)



Pusheen is a very famous cat! She was a cartoon started in 2010 by Claire Belton and Andrew Duff's website, Everyday Cute. Now her FB page has >9.2 million pages as well as millions of fans on IG, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube. Like Hello Kitty!, Pusheen is an enterprise with merchandise, fan fiction and even blogs dedicated to her. I subscribed to the Pusheen YouTube channel after making this cake. Haha. :)

https://pusheen.com/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pusheen




What is Hot Sauce Day?


"History of Hot Sauce Day

Humans started using chili peppers and other such spices thousands of years ago. In South and Central America, there is evidence for chili peppers being used for cooking as early as 6,000 years ago, but they never reach Europe until the 16th century, when Portuguese and Spanish explorers began sending all sorts of unusual foods from the New World back home. The first hot sauce to be available in a bottle appeared in shops in the state of


Massachusetts in the year 1807, and then suddenly, hot sauce was everywhere, and being added to everything. Tabasco sauce is one of the earliest brands to have come into existence that still exists today, being bottled and sold for the first time in 1868.


How to celebrate Hot Sauce Day

Tongue-burning food-lovers the world over, unite! January 22nd is your special day created so you can have the perfect excuse to enjoy the feeling of fire in your mouth all day long. The best way to celebrate this smoking hot holiday is to get together with like-minded people who aren’t afraid of a little spice and are up for a good challenge, and then spend the afternoon sampling different hot sauces from all over the world."

https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/hot-sauce-day/


Buffalo Chicken Cheese Balls from the Aaron McCargo, Jr., of the Food Network





Buffalo Chicken Hand Pies from Tasty on YouTube




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