Feeling the post-holiday blues? Here are 18 weird, tasty reasons to celebrate in January

Published: Tuesday, Jan. 7 2014 9:16 p.m. MST

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According to CNN's eatocracy website, croissants have their roots back in the early 1800s when a Viennese man opened a bakery in Paris and made half-moon shaped pastries called kipferl. Other origin stories tie croissants back to the 1600s and battles between the Turkish and Ottoman empires. Either way, January 30 is your day to celebrate with these flaky, buttery, light pastries.
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GrannySandy
Saratoga Springs, UT

What a fun thing to celebrate all month. It would have been WONDERFUL if it had been a calendar I could print. THanks anyway.

USAlover
Salt Lake City, UT

Are you kidding? Everybody I've talked to is relieved the Holidays are OVER!

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