Mmmm… Squeaky cheese. ::winking at Susan::

“U.S. Travel – Baseball Park Food Reaches Big-League Status – NYTimes.com
Of course, baseball food isn’t all about cod, crab and sushi. Some parks excel at using more modest ingredients. Case in point: Miller Park in Milwaukee, a seven-year-old stadium that felt like a cathedral to baseball on the day I was there, when the fan-shaped retractable roof kept me and 41,196 other fans dry.

Like the city it is in, Miller doesn’t bother with cosmopolitan cuisine like edamame, but prides itself on heartier fare like grilled bratwursts and beer. The brats, from Klement’s, have that Germanic sweet spice accent just right, the casings are snappy and each of the three I ate had a good char on it. Another popular dish is cheese curds, which are crisp, not greasy, and have that unmistakable squeak.”

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2 responses

  1. i was going to send you this one. I loved it!

    What are YOUR (and Courtney’s) opinions?

    June 9, 2008 at 2:05 pm

  2. I posted a comment on the article. LOL!

    http://community.nytimes.com/article/comments/2008/06/08/travel/08baseball.html?s=1&pg=2

    June 9, 2008 at 2:13 pm

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