THUNDERDOME: Best and worst ballpark foods

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  1. Worf factor9

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    First up, the corn-dog. :barf:

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  2. Oddish

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    Good, more corn dogs for me.
     
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  3. Worf factor9

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    You need tons of brown horse-radish mustard to drown out that taste. :eek:
     
  4. Dr. San Guinary

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    The Dodger Dog.

    Worst hot dog I have ever eaten in my life. It was burned up and shriveled - like it'd been cooked with a blowtorch. :barf:

    And honestly, this is the only time I've ever gotten bad food at a ballgame.
     
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  6. Worf factor9

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    A rubber biscuit or a wish sandwich? [​IMG]

     
  7. cardinal biggles

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    I'd rather have a cool water sandwich and a Sunday-go-to-meetin' bun.
     
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  8. Oddish

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    I prefer plain bright yellow, myself.
     
  9. 1001001

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    Corn Dogs are proof of God's love for us.
     
  10. Oddish

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    Wow. We agree on something.

    I live near Seattle, so when I go to the ballpark, it's T Mobil Park. Don't think I ever had anything bad there.
     
  11. Evil Headhunter

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    I rarely eat ballpark food. If I do, it's usually pizza and that's it.
     
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  13. Dr. San Guinary

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    I ate grasshoppers in Seattle, when it was Safeco Field.

    They were very good, although quite expensive ($4 and you only get a little cup) and VERY spicy.

     
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  14. Worf factor9

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    I request that an admin or mod alter the thread title to "Best and Worst Ballpark Food You have Ever..."
     
  15. Dr. San Guinary

    Dr. San Guinary Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    BEST food? As I said, SKYLINE CHILI :drool:
     
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  16. Worf factor9

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    Well done title switch... whomever. :techman: :techman:


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  17. Worf factor9

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    Well done title switch... to whomever. :techman: :techman:
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  18. Jedi_Master

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    When went to AT&T park in San Francisco, there were vendors walking around with backpack dispensers of Ghiradelli hot chocolate. It was like $5 a cup or something but it was great!
     
  19. Evil Headhunter

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    Nice! I love Ghiradelli chocolate!
     
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  20. Jedi_Master

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    Yes, it was kind of a unique thing to get hot chocolate in May, but the micro-climate in San Fran makes the evenings quite cool, even in the summer.