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Because of the coronavirus pandemic, you may not be able to make it to a stadium or major sporting event this year. While rules vary across states, cities and sports, you don't have to let the pandemic stop you from enjoying delicious stadium food. If you’re cheering on your favorite team from the couch at home, recreate the stadium experience with these recipes straight from concession stands at popular venues around the country.
Kansas City Chief fans might recognize the Arrowhead short rib melt from Arrowhead Stadium in Missouri. This recipe pairs tender short ribs with simple ingredients like chopped onion, beef stock, tomato sauce and two different types of cheese.
This saucy slider employs beef brisket meatballs and savory Sunday gravy, just like Grandma used to make. It comes straight from Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles.
You may or may not find crab-covered tots at America’s best seafood shacks, but you will find them at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, where the Ravens play. And now you can find this dish at home too.
In search of sandwiches better than what mom used to make? This one — created for Seattle Mariners games at T-Mobile Park — uses Dungeness crab, Old Bay seasoning and tomato on sourdough bread with herbed garlic butter.
This recipe for Ginger Soy Pork Belly comes from Tennessee’s First Horizon Park, home of the Nashville Sounds, a farm team for the Texas Rangers.
This better-for-you version of fried chicken tenders comes from the WW Café at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, where the Nets and Islanders play.
These mini sandwiches mash up two of America’s favorite sports bar foods of all time: burgers and Buffalo wings. They’re incredibly easy to make for the next big game.
Looking for the best burger recipes? Here’s another for you: Frank’s RedHot Spicy Sliders. Don’t let size fool you. These bite-sized babies pack a punch thanks to tons of hot sauce and crispy jalapenos.
Spicy chicken sandwiches are the top food trend for 2020, but where’s the love for spicy chicken nachos? This rendition uses Frank’s RedHot, and it only takes 15 minutes to make.
If you appreciate a good sandwich, you might consider this one, complete with pulled pork and a tangy-sweet mixture of yellow mustard and Carolina Gold seasoning.
Churchill Downs’ twist on a classic Southern dish, pimento cheese, uses bacon and pecans to add smoky flavor and crunch to cheesy deliciousness.
The Hot Brown open-faced sandwich is an iconic Southern food that was created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky. The pizza version features turkey breast, bacon and Mornay Sauce.
These chocolate chip cookies use an unexpected ingredient: potato chips. They’re Dallas Cowboy approved too.
The Frito-Lay Test Kitchen in Boston’s TD Garden — where the Celtics and Bruins play — is responsible for this hot dog, topped with beef chili, shredded cheddar, diced onions, sliced jalapenos and Fritos. It’s a play on Frito pie, one of the best Tex-Mex recipes out there.
This munchy combines popular Mexican street fare with an American favorite finger food. All the way from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, these nachos are topped with Fritos, sweet corn, tons of cheese and more.
Another one from Levi’s Stadium, these pulled pork nachos use Ruffles potato chips as the base. It’s not a party without a proper spread of all the right foods, and if you didn’t find what you were looking for here, there’s more. From Buffalo chicken dip and po’boys to loaded potato pinwheels, these are the best game day snacks from every state.
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