Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Who doesn't like ballpark food? Foodies and Baseball fans, don't miss these famous ballpark recipes!



When I saw BALLPARK EATS, I knew I had to review it. I love the idea of a cookbook showcasing all the most popular foods from America's ballparks. I'm not a huge baseball fan, but I love going to live games if I get a chance and I LOVE the food! Who doesn't?!

Overall, I thought the book had a really nice selection of recipes, all of them being very different, and all of them being true to the "home team" and city of their stadiums. The pictures in the cookbook are wonderful and make the food look super delicious! There are pictures of the foods for all recipes, as well as pics of the stadiums. After looking over the book, all of the recipes seem fairly easy to execute and are definitely great "game day" foods. I also love how the book is set up, with there being a table of contents that lists the division, the team and ballpark, and then below that the foods. There is a cute trivia page and some fun facts throughout. That along with the awesome pics does make this appropriate for kids. I showed it to mine and my son loved the pics of the different ballparks, and both kids thought all of the food looked awesome.

Out of all the recipes, I personally tried the following: the steak sandwich (Yankee Stadium), the Coney dog and onion rings (Comerica Park),and the orange dream punch (Angel Stadium.) Can you say, orange juice, cream soda, and orange sherbet--oh my! All of the recipes were really delicious and I honestly can't wait to try them all.

* I was given a free copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review

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