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A few weeks ago I was talking to a good friend about Passover food. At the time, she had been planning a seder for 25 people. One of the desserts she had been considering was a cake made from oranges, ground almonds and chocolate that her late mother, Minca Rand, used to make on Passover..
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Former President Donald Trump looks poised for a second impeachment acquittal but Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump are reportedly warning him not to “snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.” With Trump second Senate impeachment trial set to start in just a few hours, Politico reported on Tuesday that his daughter Ivanka Trump and son in law Jared Kushner have warned the former president “that while he has the votes for acquittal, he can still screw this up.” ” defeat from the jaws of victory is the phrase Kushner has been heard using most frequently to describe the worry,” Politico writes. Trump acquittal has been seen as likely after 45 Senate Republicans backed an effort to dismiss the impeachment trial last month, suggesting there aren enough votes for a conviction. In this historic second trial, Trump is facing charges of inciting an insurrection at the Capitol building that left five people dead.
1 scoring offense to 10 points (21 below their average), forcing four turnovers, and tying a Super Bowl record with seven sacks in the Broncos’ 24 10 victory. The defense carried the Broncos to victory on a day in which the offense gained just 194 yards, the fewest of any Super Bowl winner.”We called ourselves ‘The Grinders,’ and we grinded one more time to a championship,” Denver coach Gary Kubiak said.The game plan couldn’t have been more different than the one Wade Phillips and the Broncos employed two weeks ago against the Patriots. The Broncos rarely blitzed Brady and the Patriots, and consistently sent the house against Newton, flushing him out of the pocket with five and six man blitzes.But the result was the same a dominant defensive performance, a multitude of quarterback hits, and the Broncos walking off the field victorious.Miller was named Super Bowl MVP after almost single handedly wrecking the Panthers’ offense.