2017 Cook Something Bold Day

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8th November

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Cook Something Bold Day is today.

According to it's creator, Wellcat.com, Cook Something Bold Day is designed to encourage us to cook something bold and daring, that will fill up the house with warm, "homey" odors. It is celebrated in the month of November, as houses are closed up for the winter, and capture the cooking smells.

Cook Something Bold Day

Cook Something Bold Day takes place on November 08. Brave people are on demand on Cook Something Bold Day. Nobody knows the outcome from when bold people cook bold dishes. Ruth and Thomas Roy initiated this unofficial food holiday. Taking part is easy and surely a lot of fun. Invite some friends and create the most extraordinary recipe you can think of.

Cook Something Bold Day

Even more challenging is the eating of the pungent dish. Maybe t will be a good idea to make a competition out of it and whoever eats the most or the fastest will receive a kiss from the chef. However you will need a lot of pepper, chili or Tabasco on Cook Something Bold Day and even also some brave and dear friends. This text has been taken from calendarholidays.xyz

We hope you cook up a storm today, and have a very happy Cook Something Bold Day!!! 




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