Monday, August 23, 2010

Not The Same Old Food

With our Red Hot Reds, more and more of us will be attending some late season games at Great American Ball Park, something we have not been used to the last few seasons. However, it's a great problem to have as our Reds continue to win and are currently 3 1/2 games up on the St. Louis Cardinals.
Frank The Food Snob...Here... The Reds want to continue to make the ballpark a great experience for all and what better way to do that than food. Last week I had the chance to meet some of the chefs from the Food Network as they presented there Signature Suite Recipes, which are items that are prepared by the Food Network Kitchens. We all love to look at tasty food now you get to eat it at the ballpark. Many of the samplings were classic comfort food but had a twist. Some of meals I consumed were the parmesan meatball subs, mozzarella and sun dried tomato caesar salad, and probably my favorite were the sausage and pepper potato skins. They were so tasty, the crunchy skin stuffed with ricotta cheese, Italian sweet sausage, bell pepper, and basil melted in my mouth. I actually had 4 of them, is that against the rules? Should I have been professional and just sampled them? I figured they made them so why not eat them!!! You to can eat them, for the remainder of the season these items will be in the suite levels, however they will start to work in some of the new items into the general concession areas next season. Hopefully we can celebrate a World Series Title as we eat our meatball subs at the start of the 2011 season!. GO REDLEGS!!

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