I’m married to a sports fanatic. I try (not very hard), but I can’t seem to stay on top of all the sports ‘stuff’ to keep up with his (somewhat ridiculous) passion. Michael has spent years of his life watching Sports Center, trading professional sports cards (we have a whole Rubbermaid tub full of them in storage), and talking UK basketball. He has a crazy amount of space in his head for sports trivia: who plays on what team, where they played in college, who they trained with, what their stats were, and sometimes even where they went to high school. While I did play sports in high school, and intramural sports well into my third decade, the attic in my brain is now reserved for more interesting important pertinent topics like cooking and baking. Until now. Thanks to SportsMorsel.com, finally I can try to keep up.
Ann and Annie, creators of SportsMorsel.com, created the site to provide basic sports news for less knowledgeable fans who still want to participate in sports conversations and stay informed about their favorite teams. Little tidbits of the latest sports news on the website and via emails help those of us who don’t dedicate our lives to ESPN to remain in-the-know.
And here’s where food and sports come together: I am now a “Featured Contributor” to SportsMorsel.com! What I don’t know about the latest sports news, I make up for with game day recipes. I will be contributing recipe ideas to the site periodically, and I’m so looking forward to it! Thank you Ann and Annie! You can find my first contribution here – a cake for Super Bowl Sunday.