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We take a look at some of the craziest new foods that will be introduced in major league stadiums for the 2016 season. Come hungry to the ballpark this year.
— By CNBC's Jessica Golden and Eric Chemi
Posted 1 April 2016
Country-fried smoked rib meat slathered in a Monster energy drink-infused BBQ sauce, topped with a fresh cut beer-battered onion and "slawsa," tucked between a toasted and buttered Hawaiian bun and pinned in place with two slices of bacon.
Starts with a layer of Tater Tots pressed in a waffle iron, loaded with bacon, melted cheese and jalapenos, topped with a second tater tot waffle and served with Coca Cola-infused ketchup.
A 20-ounce patty, five slices of cheddar with bacon, served between two 8-inch pepperoni pizzas.
Bacon-wrapped, all-beef frank with fried salami, pulled pork, topped with queso blanco and pickles.
Four meatballs and marinara sauce, made custom in St. Louis' Italian neighborhood known as The Hill, served in an Italian bread cone and topped with shredded mozzarella and Parmesan cheese.
Buffalo Chicken Bloody Mary with an 8-ounce Bud Lite. The bacon cheeseburger slider costs extra.
Piedmontese hot dog with roasted vegetable mayo, house-made grain mustard, cabbage slaw and pickled jalapenos, on a toasted bun.
(This is an Aramark product that will appear at six MLB stadiums.)
Burger: cheese-stuffed, tempura-battered, cheddar bacon burger with sweet slaw, chipotle ketchup and fried pickle on a local roll.
Dog: bacon-wrapped, tempura-battered, foot-long hot dog with sweet slaw and chipotle ketchup on a local pretzel bun.
With a creme anglaise dipping sauce.
Kettle chips covered with jalapeno queso, roasted tomatoes and assorted nacho toppings.
Homemade sweet potato waffle with grilled chicken breast, Greek yogurt, baby spinach and sliced tomatoes.
Six ounce LaFrieda burger with hand-sliced hot pastrami, New York deli mustard and Havarti cheese, on a fresh baked pretzel roll.