VIDEO: Tasting Homemade Versions of Major League Baseball’s Craziest Stadium Food for 2016

Date April 4, 2016

The players are in shape for Major League Baseball’s Opening Day but the fans are in trouble especially if you look at the new lineup of edible monstrosities being sold this season at ballparks all over the country. Instead of immediately doing aerobic exercise Steve Overmyer, sports anchor for New York City’s WCBS & WLNY55-10 asked me to re-create four of the craziest dishes in my own kitchen so we see which, if any, are worth shaving a few minutes off your life for. The answers may surprise you. In case you missed it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter (ahem, follow me please), you can watch it here!

Special thanks to host Steve Overmyer for having me on the show. Follow him on Facebook for some entertaining behind the scenes videos (this one features me!) and watch his sportscasts Wed-Sun on WCBS2 News at 11PM and WLNY55/10 New at 9PM.

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