Here’s our friend Iron Chef Morimoto throwing out the first pitch at the White Sox game a couple days ago. He also talks about his love of baseball and his love of beer and hot dogs. You gotta love this guy! Watch the video below:
The fine folks at SB Nation have a nifty video series of Wade Boggs visiting ballparks around the country. In this video he stops by Camden Yards and checks out the famous Boog’s Barbeque. Check it out yourself below. Warning: there’s a lot of meat.
The Walk Off sandwich — a braided pretzel loaf and an Old Bay sausage topped with crab dip — is a sight to behold. And of course, bacon on a stick. Check it out below:
If the on-field product is going to be maddening, frustrating and aggravating, at least fans can watch it with happy, full bellies. Union Square Events, which handles concessions at Citi Field, sent us some photos of some of the old favorites and new offerings for Mets fans this season. Check it out: Steak Tacos (Marinated […]
The Seattle Mariners are making a lot of renovations at Safeco Field. They’re moving in the fences, installing a new hi-fi scoreboard and building a new restaurant in left field called Edgar’s, after former star Edgar Martinez.
The details, according to Mariners.com:
Filet mignon. Monterey jack cheese. Sweet caramelized onions. Secret au jus. All on a toasted French baguette.
Hot damn. The New York Mets sure know how to get themselves on our radar. The team announced Monday that Pat LaFrieda of the famed Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors will sell his Original Filet Mignon Steak Sandwich to Mets fans at Tuesday’s home game.
By Jessica Montoya Coggins, FoodRepublic.com
When we first heard that Major League Baseball’s annual All-Star Game was going down at Kansas City’s Kauffman Stadium July 10th, we were pretty stoked. Kansas City is a well-known destination for barbecue, and we were confident they would make the most of the weekend with some mean stadium eats.
This is a pretty good prank. We won’t reveal too much, but watch as Yonder Alonso and Andy Parrino prank their fellow Padres teammate Cameron Maybin at Bad Burger in NYC.
Hot dogs and baseball go together like … well … hot dogs and baseball. It’s estimated that at the end of the 2012 MLB season that 1,597,927 hot dogs will be consumed just at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. While that may sound like a lot (which it is), adding a gourmet-style element to the traditional ballpark food along with some variety surely helps crank that number up.
Take the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, home of the American League champs, who serve up 19 different kinds of hot dogs. Yes, 19. That’s enough hot dogs to serve every member of the Duggar Family their very own version of the traditional ‘dog.
Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto threw out the first pitch Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park. It was part of the night’s Asian Pacific Celebration festivities.
And of course, we can’t forget our interview with Morimoto at last year’s US Open. Check it out below.