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Daring Bakers Challenge– July

The July 2010 Daring Bakers’ challenge was hosted by Sunita of Sunita’s world – life and food. Sunita challenged everyone to make an ice-cream filled Swiss roll that’s then used to make a bombe with hot fudge. Her recipe is based on an ice cream cake recipe from Taste of Home.- Finally, a recipe fit [...]

The Video I’ve Been Looking For

Univision played this after the last match and I wished as I watched it that I could keep it because it was the best, most fitting ending to the best thing in sports. Finally, someone posted it on YouTube. Too bad the still is of the Dutch John Barrymore.

Handcart Days Kick Off

I’m in the wrong state for Handcart Days but they were celebrated all throughout my childhood by the people around us. It was like Christmas in the summer. It took me years after I left there to stop thinking of July 24th as a holiday. Years. And we weren’t even Mormons. We were just the [...]

Saying Goodbye to the World

Is it really over? How can early morning games not be there? What will I do now that I’m not burning my eyes out on a TV screen or a computer screen watching games, replays, reading up on everyone. How cruel that it’s only every four years, but it means more because it is. The [...]

And Then There Were Four

What a set of quarterfinal games! Intrigue, excitement, last-minute dives, saves, and general madness and mayhem. This is why the World Cup is the greatest sports event on earth. It’s getting heart-breaking, though. In the two days between the last of the group games leading into the quarterfinals, I had dozens of conversations about all [...]

Someone’s Already Said All the Good Stuff


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