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National Chocolate Eclair Day

It’s National Chocolate Eclair Day!

The éclair originated during the nineteenth century in France where it was called “pain à la Duchesse” or “petite duchesse” until 1850. The word is first attested both in English and in French in the 1860s. Some food historians speculate that éclairs were first made by Antonin Carême (1784–1833), the famous French chef. The first known English-language recipe for éclairs appears in the Boston Cooking School Cook Book by Mrs. D.A. Lincoln, published in 1884.

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