I created a small break in my cooking marathon on Thanksgiving for a quick Hoddle today. In case you're wondering, here's the finished product.
Here's the end product of a long day's work from myself and my sisters. My side this year was sweet potatoes topped with herb ricotta and roasted walnuts.— Pardeep Cattry (@pcattry) November 27, 2020
Hope your Thanksgiving was safe and featured wonderful food! pic.twitter.com/vxjhoJGbxW
Ramble of the Day
I had a French professor who showed us a video that I remembered every now and again because it was brilliant, but had very few details about it for a search query. Sometimes, the internet offers you a gift — someone tweeted about this incredible video, and now I’m sharing it.
Italian singer Adriano Celentano released a song in the 70s with nonsense lyrics meant to sound like American English, apparently to prove Italians would like any English song. It was a hit, and resulted in this: THE GREATEST VIDEO I HAVE EVER SEEN. pic.twitter.com/B3mQWmQgXq— Harry (@HarrietMould) November 26, 2020
I had this song stuck in my head for a little while after I heard it again for the first time in years, and what a banger it is.
tl;dr: Just read the tweet.
Stay informed, read this: tennis mother-son duo Judy and Andy Murray on their new Sky show Driving Force, which spotlights the success of British sportswomen and the discrimination they face
Links of the Day
Three Newcastle players tested positive for COVID-19.
Diego Maradona’s lawyer requested an inquiry into the ambulance that arrived at Maradona’s residence, claiming it took too long to arrive.
Scottish clubs are awaiting payment for the curtailed 2019-20 season by the SPFL, weeks after the clubs were expecting the money.
A longer read: Tom Doyle interviews one of the developers behind Football Manager, Miles Jacobson, on creating this year’s version of the game during a pandemic for the Evening Standard