How to Make Some of the Best NFL Food at Home Slideshow
December 31, 2012
Steelers fans come to Heinz Stadium for more than just good football. This Allegheny burger, named after Allegheny county in Pennsylvania, is stacked with the stadium's namesake-braised onions and a sauerkraut aioli to make it more than just any old burger. Did we mention it's topped with pierogies?
Cheese-Stuffed Bacon Infused Burger
This Minnesota Vikings specialty gets its popularity from its bacon-infused flavor, made from grinding the bacon into the same consistency as the beef so that it, very stealthly, flavors the burger.
Philly Cheesesteak Tailgate
Philadelphia is known for its cheesesteaks, which is why Eagles fans can grab one whenever they head to Lincoln Financial Field for a game. They call it a tailgate because it's easily created out in the parking lot, but they hope you head inside for the real thing.
Oakland Raiders Tailgate Dog
This is the signature hot dog that the Oakland O.co Coliseum is known for. Piled high with macaroni and cheese, jalapeños, and chili, this dog is definitely not a bore.
M&T Pitt Beef Sandwiches
If you're not in the mood for crabcakes during a Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium, go for this beef sandwich. It's spicy, bold, and flavorful.
Hickory Smoked Carnegie Pork Belly Sandwich
Cleveland is known for its pork belly specialties, which is why they serve this decker of a sandwich at the Cleveland Browns Stadium. Piled high with smoked pork belly, crunchy slaw, and a honey barbecue sauce, this sandwich was a touch down in the 2012 NFL season.