Book Review: Ballpark Eats

ballparkBallpark Eats is put together by Sports Illustrated for Kids. It features a few items available at each of the major league ball parks – but unlike other books it also has recipes so you can make them yourself without having to go to the ballpark! This is great news for me because the Peanut Butter Cup Fudge at the Pittsburgh Pirates games looks delicious – but is about 8 hours from me so I’m not sure I’ll ever make it to a game there.

A great book to learn about the ballparks and what kinds of foods they have at the stadiums!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Forget peanuts and Cracker Jacks! America’s Ballparks now offer a dizzying array of edible options. These make-like stadium recipes give young chefs and sports fans a culinary road trip at home. From the famous fish tacos at the Giants’s AT&T Park in San Francisco to the mouthwatering Cuban sandwich at the Tampa Bay Rays’s Tropicana Field, these diamond dishes are perfect for any seventh-inning stretch. Produced in partnership with Sports Illustrated Kids.
For ages 10-13.
*Written by Katrina Jorgensen, a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts *Make-like recipes from 30 Major League baseball stadiums, including famous fish tacos at the Giants’ AT&T Park in San Francisco to the mouthmateringCuban sandwich at the Tampa Bay Ray’s Tropicana Field *Created in collaboration with Sports Illustrated Kids *Perfect for baseball fans or food fans—or both! *Great family book for kids and parents to experience together

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