Ballpark Eats by Katrina Jorgensen
Recipes Inspired by America's Baseball Stadiums (Sports Illustrated Kids)

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Forget peanuts and Cracker Jacks! Americas 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 Giantss AT&T Park in San Francisco to the mouthwatering Cuban sandwich at the Tampa Bay Rayss Tropicana Field, these diamond dishes are perfect for any seventh-inning stretch. Produced in partnership with Sports Illustrated KIDS.

About Katrina Jorgensen

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Katrina Jorgensen is a graduate from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. She enjoys creating and sharing recipes with her friends and family. She lives in Rochester, Minnesota, with her husband, Tony, and dog, Max.Blake Hoena grew up in central Wisconsin, where he wrote stories about robots conquering the moon and trolls lumbering around the woods behind his parents house. He now lives in St. Paul, Minnesota, with his wife, two kids, a dog, and a couple of cats. Blake continues to make up stories about things like space aliens and superheroes, and he has written more than 70 chapter books and graphic novels for children.
Published February 1, 2016 by Capstone Young Readers. 144 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Cooking, Children's Books.

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Gr 4–8—Chef Jorgensen features more than 70 ballpark style recipes from all 30 Major League ballparks. A brief introduction discusses the importance of this type of food. Organized into four-page sections about each Major League team, starting with the American League and moving into the National...

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