These Ballpark-Inspired Recipes Are a Home Run
Even if you're not at the ball game, you can eat your favorite game-day snacks at home.
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Chicago-Style Hot Dog with Homemade Relish
If you can't make it to the Windy City for a bite of Jeff Mauro's grub, try his take on the classic Chicago hot dog complete with homemade relish.
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Cheesy Hot Dogs with Pickle-Pepper Relish
Tangy, crunchy relish and creamy American cheese add tons of flavor to this ballpark classic.
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Almost-Famous Caramel Corn
Snack on this sweet and nutty popcorn mix that tastes just like the stuff you had as a kid while you root for the home team.
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This super-sized version of a classic soft pretzel can feed a crowd and is stuffed with melty cheese.
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Easy Classic Funnel Cake
Sunny Anderson's version of this ballpark dessert is ready in less than half an hour and should be served piping hot.
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A simple chili goes a long way on Tyler Florence's grilled hot dogs. A sprinkle of cheddar cheese is the final touch.
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Ice Cream Sundae Cones
This ice cream cone is complete with a chocolate shell so it won't become a melty mess while you watch the game.
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Almost-Famous Honey-Roasted Peanuts
Snack on a bag of sweet-and-salty peanuts when you're done with the Seventh Inning Stretch.
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Double-Fried French Fries
Guy Fieri's fries are soft on the inside and crispy on the outside. You'll want to make enough to share with fellow fans.
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