Today Is Chocolate Pudding Day
Yes today is Chocolate Pudding Day. As far as I am concerned, whoever first thought of making a chocolate pudding dessert deserves a Nobel Prize.
From cakes that are layered like this one to one of today’s modern Lava cakes, they are all totally scrumptious.
Other events for today:
The twin-rotor Focke-Wulf Fw 61 took to the air for the first time in 1936. It was the world’s first practical helicopter.
1730 saw the birth of Charles Messier. He was known for his charting and naming of stars (celestial bodies). He published a catalogue of one hundred and one Messier Objects in 1771.
The first to be observed by Messier was the remnant of a supernova explosion known as the Crab Nebula (M1) shown here.
June 26th also saw the re-release of Gone with The Wind in the USA, and it is also the International Day Against Drug Abuse & Trafficking
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