But if you're reading this ON April 11, I do hope you are aware of the significance of this important holiday, proclaimed, probably, by the Melting Pot (from whence the drink . . . which was just cool to look at and tasted even better if you happen to be a chocofiend ).
I went to the Melting Pot last week to be re-introduced to the glories of cheese and you can read all about it in the newest Kansas City Restaurant Guide. I love cheese in its many forms (someday I'll have the Velveeta [gasp!) discussion with you) and this restaurant truly has fondue down to a science -- cheese, chocolate, and broth.
Read a bit more about it at my other blog, Chris' Corner in the Restaurant Guide which is available both in handy booklet form (even free) in lots of restaurants and other places AND on-line at http://kcrestaurantguide.blogspot.com/.
I personally think you should honor the world wide celebration. Have this martini (called the yin-yang) and some fondue. Maybe just drink the martini first (or last) and do a nice wine with the fondue. Then you have a "holiday" worth celebrating.
P.S. Does everyone but me know that yin means female and yang means male in Chinese? I don't, however, know which side is which. We can guess though.