This has to be the worst name ever for a sandwich, right? Honestly, if I didn't know what it was, I wouldn't give it a second look. But after reading about it, I cannot wait to try one! Created by Food Network chefs, the Red, White & Blue steak sandwich comes toped with "Maytag" blue cheese and sweet and spicy Peppadew-pepper mayonnaise, served on a French demi baguette. Although I can't say I have heard of those toppings, they do sound really good! Before you get too excited, only eight ballparks will be carrying this coveted sandwich: Busch Stadium, Comerica Park, Great American Ball Park, Miller Park, Progressive Field, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Petco Park and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. The Food Network will also serve a steak sandwich that is unique to each ballpark and highlights the city. For example, Miller Park's sandwich comes with sharp and hoppy beer cheese, served on a rustic roll. This will go great with a Leinie! I think I am most excited about Busch Stadiums selection of the seared steak topped with Saint Louis style BBQ sauce and cheddar cheese.


Who has tried one yet? Or who will be the first Ballpark Chaser to try on this season? Let me know what you think. 



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Comment by Doug Miller (30) on April 27, 2011 at 3:34pm
They call it the "Signature" Sandwich in San Diego.  It came w/chips instead of fries, which was a bummer.  The sandwich itself was really good!  The local one was had a lime spread, it was good too, but not as good as the Signature.
Comment by Doug Miller (30) on April 16, 2011 at 7:37pm
Sounds like it's worth a look next week when I head down to San Diego!
Comment by Jack (6) on April 16, 2011 at 5:49pm
you are making me hungry craig! Too bad NY ballparks didn't get one.


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