2013 Food Network Stadium Eats Touchdowns

2013 Food Network Stadium Eats Touchdown

It's official: Football season has arrived with the Ravens taking on the Broncos in the kickoff game tonight. From now until February, the majority of Sundays will be spent on the couch watching the games and eating ultimate comfort foods like chilis, wings and dips galore. But if you find yourself headed to the stadium, check out Food Network’s all-new concession lineup straight from the chefs at Food Network Kitchens.

Six NFL stadiums are serving up offerings like sloppy joes, hot hogs, brisket sandwiches, and mac and cheese. The signature sloppy joes are a drool-worthy combination of ground beef and slab bacon chunks with slow-cooked tomatoes topped with shredded pepper Jack cheese and fried onions. The hot dogs are topped with baked beans, mustard and corn chips. Don’t forget to snag a locally inspired menu item at each stadium.

Buffalo Bills

— Pulled Buffalo Chicken Sandwich: Spicy Buffalo chicken topped with blue cheese sauce and crisp celery on a sub roll

— Buffalo Chicken Mac 'n' Cheese: Macaroni and cheese tossed with spicy Buffalo chicken, topped with blue cheese breadcrumbs

Carolina Panthers

— Carolina Hot Dog: Griddled hot dog on a potato roll with pimento cheese and green tomato relish, served with chips

— Also available: Food Network's Signature Hot Dog
Cleveland Browns

— Signature Baby Back Ribs: Slow-roasted baby back ribs, tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce

New York Jets and Giants

With two teams in one stadium, you need more food. On the Plaza Level:

— N.Y./N.J. Brisket Sandwich: Porter-braised beef brisket topped with sliced pepperoncini and smoked mozzarella on a pretzel roll

— Signature Brisket Sandwich: Porter-braised beef brisket topped with cheddar cheese, whole-grain mustard and fried onions on a pretzel roll

Items available on other levels include:

— New York Sloppy Joe: Bacon sloppy joe topped with fresh mozzarella, roasted red peppers and oregano, served with corn chips and a pickle

— Little Italy Sloppy Joe: Ground beef and slab bacon chunks slow-cooked with tomatoes, served on a roll topped with fresh mozzarella, oregano and roasted red peppers

— Signature Sloppy Joe, Hot Dog, Food Network Popcorns and Soft Pretzel with Bacon-Caramel or Horseradish-Mustard Sauce

St. Louis Rams

—St. Louis Sloppy Joe: Ground beef and slab bacon chunks slow-cooked with tomatoes, topped with provel and smoky onion relish

—Signature Sloppy Joe or Custom Sloppy Joe
Green Bay Packers

— Jalapeno Popper Mac 'n' Cheese: Macaroni and cheese tossed with jalapenos and cream cheese, topped with bacon-panko breadcrumbs

Don’t forget to grab a side of Buffalo Chicken Mac 'n' Cheese at these stadiums, too: Carolina, Cleveland, New York/New Jersey, St. Louis and Green Bay.

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