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A four-game weekend series with the St. Louis Cardinals begins tonight at Miller Park. With that, we have a new food item at the Double Clutch stand on the Loge Level at Miller Park.
On the menu for the Cardinals series: Beef Barbacoa Tacos. Two soft shell tacos featuring slow braised beef chuck roast, smoked here at Miller Park. Topped with a green chipotle aioli and onions and served with cilantro rice and pickled veggies. The aioli is delicious and the beef is fresh and very tasty. The tacos can be a bit messy, so don’t forget a fork. This meal is $10.
The Spaghetti-in-a-Meatball is also again available featuring a 1/2 pound beef and veal meatball stuffed with spaghetti and mozzarella cheese and topped with marinara sauce. This is a favorite of mine and is $9.
The Double Clutch stand is on the Loge Level outside section 215 (on the first base side of the press box).
For the entire season, the Chef’s Table has each series featured a unique menu item based on the regional cooking of the Brewers opponent. We have been previewing and sampling those items all year and this has become a very popular feature here on the blog. The item this weekend isn’t necessary based on Texas-style cooking, but certainly one of the most unique items the Chef’s Table as seen all year.
Chef John and his crew at SportService went in a different gear for the final six regular season games at Miller Park. They created an item that will be featured on the Chef’s Table for the entire homestand and, if popular, might stay a Miller Park regular item for the 2013 season.
They came up with an idea to put Spaghetti INSIDE of a Meatball. That is right, spaghetti noodles and mozzarella cheese smashed up INSIDE of a half-pound meatball and topped with marinara sauce and provolone cheese. A genius idea. It is also served with a piece of garlic bread.
I just enjoyed one and I was more than pleased. Delicious, easy to eat and definitely filling. Chef John is looking for feedback on the item so please share with us what you think via the comments section below. If it works and is popular, hopefully we will see it at Miller Park in 2013. If it doesn’t work, well, you definitely can’t knock the creativity! I will be sharing your comments with Chef John and his staff.
This dish is certainly a good way to celebrate Fan Appreciation Weekend at Miller Park. The dish can be yours for $7.50 and will be served at the last six regular season games outside section 215 on the Loge Level at Miller Park. Enjoy!