The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News and Links for Friday, September 24 – Cartilage Free Captain

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Ramble of the Day
It’s been at least five minutes since I asked a question about food, so it’s time for another: Someone’s visiting the area you’re from and wants a food recommendation that is specific to that area. What are you recommending?
Define “area you’re from” however you like — the place you currently live, the place you grew up, some other place in between that you feel meets your personal definition. I’m not picky. I just want to know about great local foods.
As a lifelong New Yorker, three things pop to mind: a bagel, a slice of pizza, and a black and white cookie. My argument for all three is the same: They’re easily accessible foods in many parts of the world (especially if you’re talking any type of cookie), but there’s a reasonable argument the New York version of them is special and unmatched. These are foods baked into the culture of New York, and the biggest plus is that they remain easy to access. I’d argue you need a few easy meals on any trip, because it can be hard to scout and plan every trip to an eatery when in a foreign place. This covers breakfast and a lunch or dinner easily, plus a snack or dessert.
tl;dr: What are the foods you’d recommend if someone was visiting the area you’re from? For me, I’d recommend New York’s bagels, pizza, and black and white cookies.
Stay informed, read this: Richard Lapchick on a recent study on sports media, which remains a homogenous group of people despite certain improvements in inclusion for ESPN
Links of the Day
Concacaf is investigating Suriname vice president and Inter Moengotapoe owner/player Ronnie Brunswijk for handing out money to opposing Olimpia players after a match.
UEFA doubled the prize money for next year’s women’s Euros to €16m. It is 4.3% of the prize money awarded to teams at this year’s men’s Euros.
The NWSL’s Kansas City team will play home matches next year at Children’s Mercy Park, home of MLS side Sporting Kansas City.
American investment firm 777 Partners purchased a majority stake in Serie A club Genoa.
A longer read: Molly Hensley-Clancy on the latest at the NWSL’s Washington Spirit, now being investigated by the league for creating a sexist workplace for The Washington Post
Additionally: Washington Spirit supporters launched a protest against club owner Steve Baldwin

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