The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News and Links for Tuesday, September 14


Hi, all!

At the top of today’s Hoddle is goalkeeper Becky Spencer.

Ramble of the Day

The Met Gala made its big return last night, and it continues to be an event with a little something for everyone. High fashion may not be your thing, but a widening definition of celebrity means that plenty of sportspeople end up in attendance. The most relevant sport around here is football, and lucky for us (or me, the person looking for an easy enough Hoddle topic), there were a few people from that world at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

As I begin

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Skip Starbucks with these viral TikTok pumpkin spice latte recipes


The air is crisp, and we’re starting to crave our favorite fall flavor: pumpkin.

For coffee lovers, that often means trips to the coffee shop to sample a seasonal fall drink, like Starbucks’ iconic Pumpkin Spice Latte.

But if you’re looking to skip a trip to Starbucks (and save some dough), we’ve rounded up viral recipes so you can recreate fall beverages at home.

From the classic PSL to the newer apple and brown sugar-flavored macchiato, give these copycat recipes a try:

Pumpkin spice latte at-home recipe

This is the OG fall drink of pumpkin coffee lovers. You can’t

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Michigan’s Best Local Eats: Teddy Spaghettis shares family Italian recipes with Muskegon


MUSKEGON, MI – Homemade Italian food is a labor of love at Teddy Spaghettis in Muskegon.

Owned by Ted Cerniglia and his daughter Francesca Giddings, Teddy Spaghettis serves authentic Italian food handcrafted from family recipes that date back nearly a century.

“It’s our way of sharing our family history. We just love to cook, so if we weren’t doing it in this capacity, we’d just be doing it at home,” said Giddings.

The Muskegon restaurant traces its history back to 1939 when Cerniglia’s grandparents opened a restaurant in Rockford, Illinois. Cerniglia branched out in 1986 when he opened the Pine-Apple

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Letters: Community colleges | Realistic recall


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Community colleges
have ally in Newsom

I am a community college student that has adapted online learning since March 2020. I strongly oppose this recall election because Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed the most recent budget that benefits California community college students by allotting $100 million for student housing and food insecurity. Newsom has supported and enacted policies that benefit the most vulnerable groups in California, including low-income students like myself.

This recall is a blatant attack on the civil rights, liberties, and policies that

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Best Vegetarian Stuffed Peppers Recipe

falafel chickpea stuffed peppers

Joel Goldberg

All the spicy, garlicky flavors of your favorite falafel sandwich get deconstructed and stuffed inside bell peppers. It’s a vegetarian version of a hearty classic we’re putting in regular rotation. 

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extra-virgin olive oil, divided 


large yellow onion, finely chopped


garlic cloves, minced 

freshly ground black pepper


15.5-ounce cans chickpeas, drained 


plus 2 tablespoons chopped curly parsley 


bell peppers, halved lengthwise, seeds and ribs discarded  


finely chopped tomatoes


finely chopped cucumbers 

This ingredient

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Here’s the official ‘Ted Lasso’ biscuit recipe


There’s a new recipe trending on TikTok — and it’s not chaffles or twisted bacon.

Fans of the hit Apple TV show “Ted Lasso” are making the series’ iconic biscuits in their own kitchens, and the result is a buttery delight.

In the show, Ted Lasso, a small-time college football coach from the Midwest hired to coach a pro soccer team in England despite knowing nothing about soccer, tries to win over the team’s owner, Rebecca Welton, by making his famous biscuit recipe.

What are biscuits in the U.K. are actually cookies in the U.S., and Ted’s shortbread cookies become

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