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Roundup December, 16 2011

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01. Hazelnut Macarons with Nutella (Pictured)

Some more delicacies we’d love to try. You’re free to send any leftovers our way, Emily. (What Emily Ate)

02. Wiley shoots for Christmas number one

“The infamously prolific Wiley will close one of his most prolific years yet with a Christmas song.

Titled ‘Cheer Up, It’s Christmas’, it’s about appreciating what you have at Christmas rather than envying what you don’t. In the grime godfather’s own words, “in the black community – I suppose it’s any poverty-driven community – we can either love [Christmas] and accept what’s going on, or we envy our friends at school and we wish we had everything.” (Fact)

03. The Top 50 Albums of 2011

Prepare to get righteously angry about something that doesn’t matter in any way, Pitchfork have released the first half of their top 50 list. (Pitchfork)

04. Froch: ‘I’m not scared of taking a hit’

“Carl Froch will be able to legitimately call himself the world’s No. 1 super middleweight should he emerge victorious Saturday night at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J., in the heady conclusion of Showtime’s Super Six super middleweight tournament (9 p.m. ET/PT).

Having previously dispatched Andre Dirrell, Arthur Abraham and Glen Johnson in Super Six battles, Froch, 34, will face fellow world champion and favored Andre Ward (24-0, 13 KOs) in the final. Froch (28-1, 20 KOs) recently set aside a few minutes to catch up with ESPN.com and warn anyone considering him an underdog to do so at their own peril.” (ESPN)

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