I got an event invitation on facebook from my daughter Bea regarding Ice Cream Day, so I made a quick online research to find out if there really is such a thing. Guess what? I learned that in the United States, July is officially the National Ice Cream Month, since it’s the height of their summer. What’s even more interesting and amusing is that there is supposedly a Proclamation 5219 declaring the third Sunday of July as National Ice Cream Day. Cool, huh? Now, I don’t normally follow American holidays like Halloween or Thanksgiving, but how can I resist a day celebrating the sweet and creamy frozen goodness that is ice cream? Luckily, I bought a tub of Nestlé Butterfinger Ice Cream without even knowing it was Ice Cream Day! My childhood favorite chocolate candy bar now comes in ice cream form–rich, velvety chocolate ice cream dotted with flaky, crunchy Butterfinger bits and swirls of peanut butter syrup. A fun and yummy treat on a special food holiday. If you were not able to eat a scoop or two of ice cream yesterday, it’s not yet too late to celebrate.