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Sneak Peek: Tim & Franc's Summer 2015 Collection

Despite the dreadful blaze of the sun in the Philippines every summer, there is no season that spells fun like S-U-M-M-E-R does, and with the latest collection of… 397 more words

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Coach Mazey's Proposal, Point-by-Point

D1Baseball.com, the fantastic new website that’s been helping spark discussion of the summer season, posted several items of interest yesterday. One was a piece from Randy Mazey… 2,581 more words

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Why a Summer Season Really Would Be Too Hot

One of the more common reactions to the idea of a summer season goes something like this: “Well, yeah, it’s really cold now. But it’ll be way too hot for baseball in July and August.” 930 more words

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Why a Summer Season Would Be Bad for the Game

Unless you decided to go on a long, twitterless vacation at the start of February, you’ll have noticed some things.  It’s snowing.  A lot.  On top of that, we’ve gotten frost, sleet, freezing rain, wind, wind chill, ice, falling ice, black ice, slush, and even some subzero temperatures for good measure.  1,525 more words

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First Thoughts

It’s not every day you care about something so much you start a blog over it.

That’s where I find myself today. The debate over a summer season has really struck a chord.  617 more words

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Not your nonnas focaccia: with smashed tomatoes, summer fennel-chicken and green beans

Sometimes disasters can turn into brilliant achievements.

This was the case over the weekend when I was whipping up a batch of sourdough bread dough to make our weekly loaves, and Buddy Bear up on his special helping stool, decided at the exact moment that I turned around to grab some more flour, he would pick up the water filter jug and tip it into our mixing bowl. 1,207 more words

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Saturday Sweetness - Mini Blood Plum Custard Tarts

These adorable little tarts are a cinch to make. They will take you less than 10 minutes to prepare and 15 to cook, meaning in less than half an hour you could be sitting with a hot cup of tea and biting into one of these babies with flaky pastry and rich red juices. 361 more words

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