The Internet Kitchen: Sports!


The Internet Kitchen: Sports!

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This weekend is the beginning of March Madness and, in my opinion, it’s one of the best weekends for sports all year… and I don’t really even like basketball!

My friend and I are sort of obsessed with this very odd Youtube channel where a guy named Kyle plays a bunch of different weird characters. I love this video he made where he is basically making fun of intense sports fans. Here’s a link (obviously sound). It’s a very strange kind of humor but if you’ve ever known a crazy sports fan, you might find it funny.

Back to March Madness, I pretty much always like to root for the underdogs (or at least the mild underdogs). I have a few different brackets but my champion picks are either Gonzaga or Florida. Granted Gonzaga is a #1 seed team, but they are probably the lowest of the #1 seed teams even though they’ve only lost two games this year.

Back to food!

The Poll

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The Links

Something different!  Instead of posting links this week, I would love help from you all!  I feel like I’ve been in a bit of a food blog slump recently. I find myself returning to the same blogs and sites that I’ve grown to love over the years.

If you have a food blog that you love to follow, leave a comment and share!  I would love to find some new sites to check out.

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8 Responses to “The Internet Kitchen: Sports!” Leave a comment

  1. This one I stumbled upon – vegetarian, lots of writing, but the food is super interesting.
    Otherwise, I’m stuck reading the same ones too – the bitten word, you, serious eats, etc. this is a great idea to see what others are reading!

  2. I follow a lot of desserts blogs, but I think is a great one for more general foods. Maki is even running a “Japanese Cooking 101” course right now!

  3. I absolutely LOVE the

    She is relatable and genuine. She doesn’t just post recipes, she’s interactive and invites you into her kitchen and life. She teaches us to love cooking and baking while providing solutions to those ‘what if’ situations.

    I’ve been following her for years and she covers the gamut of recipes. She’s innovative and creative plus she’s hysterical.

    I highly recommend her!

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