On Opening Day, Stadium Food On Display

It’s that time of year again. The marathon of a Major League Baseball season is beginning across the country as the basketball and hockey seasons start winding down. But we didn’t bring this topic up to talk sports. We want to tell you about this article that we found on SBNation entitled, “11 Outrageous Ballpark Foods That Might Kill You This Season.”

 

With a title like that, you know it’s going to be a fun one. You really need to check it out yourself. And if you find yourself at one of these 11 stadiums, be sure to bring your appetite. Below are 3 of our favorites:

 

  • Pulled Pork Parfait at Miller Park. If you’re ever at a Milwaukie Brewers game, remember that it’s not pulled pork and yoghurt, but pulled pork layered with mashed potatoes and then topped with chives. Comfort food anyone?

 

  • Totally Rossome at Rangers Park in Arlington. Very simple: 24-inch hot dog topped with smoked brisket, fresh pico de gallo, sour cream and Nacho Cheese Doritos. Any questions?

 

  • Rocky Mountain Oysters at Coors Field. We took the easy way out but what’s a ballpark food list without deep fried bull or bison testicles. It’s a real Colorado Rockies treat if you dare.


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