The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo takes over Houston every March with the largest rodeo of the year and nightly concerts with some of the biggest stars in country music. One thing not to be over looked at the rodeo however, is the food. From footlong corndogs to any fried dessert imaginable to frozen jack and coke adult beverages, The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo sets a high bar for stadium foods.
The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, the Class A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers, are at it again. Chef Tim Hansen recently released his "Fantastic Four" burgers and they are, well, fantastic. Two make their return from last season and two are new for 2016. Meatlovers? Cheese? Bacon? Funnel cakes? Check, check, check and check. See below for the full ingredients of each of the Fantastic Four.
(New) Grilled Cheese Venom Cheeseburger $11
1/3 lb. Burger
4 slices Texas Toast (Grilled Cheese as Bun)
4 slices Pepperjack Cheese
(New) Meatlover’s Pizza Burger $22
Four-1/3 lb. Burgers
1 Sausage DiGiorno Pizza
Add: Pepperoni and Bacon
(Last Year) Big Mother Funnel Burger $22
1 lb. Burger
2 Funnel Cakes
½ lb. Mozzarella Blend Cheese
(Last Year) Grilled Cheese Bacon Cheeseburger $11
1/3 lb. Burger
4 Slices Texas Toast (Grilled Cheese as Bun)
6 Slices American Cheese
6 Slices Bacon
If you have ever been to a Miami Hurricanes Baseball game, you know two things are true. The baseball will be good and the milkshakes will be even better. Mark Light Shake has been serving up milkshakes at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field for over 30 years. From what started as three simple flavors (Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry), the stand now offers over 40, which includes a red velvet cupcake shake added for 2016. Each season the lines have gotten longer and longer as fans wait for multiple innings just to get their hands (and lips) on one of the famous shakes. But that is all about to change! For the first time and for an additional charge, Mark Light Shake, with the help of the Sugarcanes, will now be delivering their famous shakes right to your seat.
The 58th Grammy Awards are set to take place on Monday, February 15th from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The Staples Center, which is the home to the NBA's Lakers & Clippers and the NHL's Kings, is no stranger to big events, but the Grammys are a whole different animal as proven by the below selection of amazing foods that the Staples Center has planned for Monday evening. Available exclusively for the Grammys Suite VIPs only, check out a few of the options below from "The Sinatra" package (Including a Chairman of the Board sushi package and a New York, New York strip steak) as well as "The Turntable" package.
Super Bowl Sunday is finally here and with that we look at some of the menu options inside of Levi's Stadium for the NFL's golden game. Menu options range from your typical burgers and hot dogs to the not so typical lobster mac & cheese and vegan hot dogs. Check out a few of the menu options below for the big game.
With Super Bowl 50 set to kick off from Santa Clara, California on Sunday, Aramark Sports has everything you need with their Gameday Central website filled with recipes, tips, videos and helpful information to create that stadium atmosphere right inside your own home. Below are a few of the recipes that can be found to add to your Super Bowl 50 party menu.
It is late January here in the United States, which means it is all about football season and who will represent the NFL in Super Bowl 50. Down under on the other side of the globe though, it is all about tennis and the first major of the season with the Australian Open in full swing. Forget all of the storylines happening on the court, this year it is all about the desserts you can find while taking in the matches. No these are not your ordinary cheeseburgers, these are dessert burgers! They can be found at a pop up festival for the Open for just $10.
Chocolate and coco pop ice cream with white chocolate cheese, passion fruit and marshmallow egg and raspberry ketchup (Riclicious/Instagram)
As the World Series shifts to New York tied at one game a piece, the focus will be off the field, just as much as it will be on the field. Citi Field is among the most diverse stadiums in Major League Baseball when it comes to concession options. There is everything from Shake Shack to The Pig Guy. Earlier this year Darren Rovell took his talents to the park for an all-you-can-eat extravaganza. With the Mets hosting a World Series game for the first time since 2000, Aramark Sports expects plenty of hungry fans to consume the following at each game:
· 12,000 Hot Dogs
· 4,000 Pounds of French Fries
· 4,000 Soft Pretzels
· 3,000 Orders of Chicken Tenders
· 2,000 Bags of Popcorn
· 2,000 Bags of Peanuts
· 1,500 Bags of Cracker Jack
The Kansas City Royals and Kauffman Stadium are hosting Game 1 of the World Series for the second consecutive year, this time as they host the New York Mets. On the field both teams are looking for their first title since the mid 80's, but one thing is for sure, the real attention is off the field with the new menu items that Aramark Sports will roll out...
The Rangers, in conjunction with Delaware SportServices, have been known to have the craziest stadium food additions in recent memory. Now that the Major League Baseball playoffs are set, the Rangers have unveiled their latest creations!
The Elvis Jabberdog Brownie – This Two-foot-long brownie is rolled in a Rice Krispy crust and dipped in funnel cake batter. It is then fried golden brown and topped with whipped cream.
The Sweet Spot Cotton Candy Dog – An all-beef hot dog with cotton candy-infused mustard. It is then topped with just enough cotton candy to make it both sweet and salty.
The One-Pound Top-N-Go Cheetos – A One-pound bag of Cheetos opened on its side and loaded with your choice of chili, taco meat, shredded chicken or brisket then topped with nacho cheese. And for a little extra kick, top with jalapeno peppers. Choice of toppings vary by location.
The Inside-out Hot dog – This One-pound hot dog is far from ordinary; it is 8 inches long, 2¾ inches around and is meant to be enjoyed by way of fork and knife. The inside is loaded with your choice of mac and cheese or mashed potatoes and is then topped with brisket, chili or shredded chicken. Served with a pretzel roll.
Are you ready for some football? The Dallas Cowboys and AT&T Stadium are! As the saying goes, everything is bigger in Texas right? Well AT&T Stadium is no different as they released some of their new food items heading into the 2015 NFL season and allowed the media to get an inside look (and taste) of some of the newest items that will be offered.
All photos below are credited to Jerry F. Nerviano of The Dallas Diva.
Heading into the 2015 US Open in New York, there was one major storyline. Serena Williams. All of the attention was on the American as she attempts to win the calendar Grand Slam and further cement her place among the best who have every played the game. Not to be overshadowed is the abundance in food options that Flushing Meadows has to offer. New York is all about star power and the concessions at the US Open are no exception...
Of course you can't talk New York food without mentioning Carnegie Deli. Corned beef, turkey or pastrami? The choice is yours. Don't forget to throw in a cheesecake parfait either.
Not looking for a deli sandwich? How about Hill Country BBQ?
The PGA Tour enters their first week of the playoffs this week in New Jersey with the Barclays and Plainfield Country Club did not disappoint with their food offerings. The tournament has gone all in on the food truck craze as you can see below...
Not your typical concession scene when it comes to a golf tournament.
Luke's Lobster Rolls - available for $20.
Prime Kutz menu options
How about a fried chicken, bacon and cheddar po boy for $13?
Looking for something different? Try the pad thai.
The St. Louis Cardinals are doing what they do best in 2015, running away with the National League Central Division title. It is the same old story as the Cardinals prepare for another October run. Off the field is no different, as St. Louis and Busch Stadium offer up some of the best concession options around baseball.
The USGA brought the U.S. Open to the pacific northwest for the first time in 2015 at Chambers Bay just outside of Seattle, Washington. The tournament did not disappoint on or of the course as Jordan Spieth picked up his 2nd major of the year and the crowds were treated with a number of local flavors...
Of course you can't go wrong in the Seattle area with fresh salmon. $13 grilled salmon sandwich.
It has been a long time since the Florida Panthers have been relevant in regards to the National Hockey League, but that does not mean they can't be relevant off the ice when it comes to their "sweet" concession offerings.
The San Diego Padres went into the 2015 season with high hopes on the field and just could not live up to the expectations with one letdown after another. The food at Petco Park on the other hand is a different story as you can see...
Steak Nachos are a hit at Petco Park (Photo: Cory Fishman)
On Wednesday the San Diego Chargers invited members of the media to taste the new menu items that will be available at Qualcomm Stadium this coming season. As much as it pains me to say I was not there to taste any of the new items, I can only imagine how incredible everything was via these lovely photos provided by Delaware North Sportservice. Lets dig in...
Chicago might be most famous for their deep dish pizza and Chicago style hot dogs, but at U.S. Cellular Field, which is home to the White Sox, fans are treated to much more than pizza and hot dogs.
A friend of mine went all over the ballpark in search of this $17 worth of heaven. Ice cream sundae in a regulation size batting helmet. Oh and there is a funnel cake at the bottom!
Italian beef sandwich available for $8.
You can never go wrong with a grilled cheese. Add in bacon and avocado and its a home run, especially for $6.50!
Milwaukee has become one of the best stops, not only in baseball, but in all of sports when it comes to their food options. From fried nachos on a stick, to the 18-inch Down on Wisconsin Ave Brat, to the bacon wrapped hot dog/brat combo known simply as "The Beast," to the PB&J custard doughnut, there is something for everyone to enjoy at Miller Park in 2015.
Bratchos - Available for $10 at Miller Park in Milwaukee is sausage, salsa and more on top of kettle chips