The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News and Links for Thursday, September 9

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Here’s a video of a dog scoring a pretty great goal.

Ramble of the Day

A quick thought: There are plenty of bad songs, and they can be categorized a lot of different ways. I’d argue one category is bad banger.

I would define a bad banger as a song you know is horrible from the very first time you hear it. On the second or third listen, though, you notice that at least one party involved in making the song did something right — maybe you can’t stand the lyrics but the beat is pretty good, for

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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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Try Guys ‘No Recipe Road Trip’ Picked Up to Series at Food Network

Discovery’s Food Network is hungry for more on-the-road cooking improv escapades from the Try Guys, the YouTube viral-video comedy troupe.

The cabler picked up “No Recipe Road Trip With the Try Guys” to series, with an additional five-episode order. Food Network previously had announced a deal with the Try Guys for a one-off special of the same name; the special will now air as part of Season 1 so there will now be six episodes total. No premiere date has been set for the hour-long “No Recipe Road Trip” series, which likely will be available on both Food Network and

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How Crunchwraps Fueled the Rise of Vegan Vibrationz at Dallas Farmers Market

On the weekends at the Dallas Farmers Market, the longest lines aren’t made up of folks in search of super-fresh produce. Instead, they’re queued up outside Vegan Vibrationz, the market’s beloved meat-free food purveyor that recently upgraded to a brand new food truck.

A full-on phenomenon in Dallas, Vegan Vibrationz attracts droves of diners each week, in search of its quesadillas stuffed with smoky jackfruit and mac-and-cheez, chicken-fried oyster mushrooms, and mac and cheese tossed with “lobster” made from konjac, a plant that’s often used in vegan seafood substitutes. As fans line up on weekends, 30-plus minute waits for

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