Title: Ballpark Eats: Recipes Inspired by America’s Baseball Stadiums
Author: Katrina Jorgensen
Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine, Children’s Nonfiction
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 mouth-watering Cuban 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.
Thank you to Netgalley and Capstone Young Readers for giving me a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a review.
Baseball and food go hand in hand like hot dogs and mustard. Ballpark Eats is a fantastic cookbook, perfect for kids of all ages. Each chapter highlights a baseball stadium and three regional recipes. From the Boston hot dog at Fenway to the cheddar-bacon stuffed burger at Target Field, each recipe is easy to make with simple instructions kids can follow. The cookbook is filled with full-color photographs and graphics, which kids will love, too.
My favorite part, though, is the fun trivia and quizzes throughout the book. The Condiment Quiz was fun as was the Mustard Bullpen.
As a baseball and food lover, I loved this book! I highly recommend it and it makes a fantastic gift.
My Rating: 5 stars
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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.
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Reviewed by: Mrs. N