Baseball Season is Food Network Steak Sandwich Season

by in News, April 19th, 2011
Food Network's Signature Steak Sandwich, served at 9 MLB ballparks this season. Game on!

America’s favorite pastime has been known, unfortunately, for some of America’s worst food. To enjoy a game meant to overpay for stale pretzels, beer and hot dogs, and, if you’re lucky, some frozen pizza.

Those days are over. Food Network and partner Delaware North Companies are stepping up to the plate to serve Food Network Signature Sandwiches at 9 baseball stadiums across the country. The chefs in the Food Network Kitchens worked tirelessly (during spring training) to create a Signature Steak Sandwich, plus a locally-inspired sandwich for each stadium — 8 steak ‘wiches and one sausage with local twists.

Here’s how they did it (warning: be prepared to drool for a full minute and a half)

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And the sandwiches you can order (or find the recipes here):
Signature (served at all stadiums below)


Seared steak with Maytag blue cheese and a sweet and spicy peppadew pepper mayonnaise on a rustic roll.


Seared steak with Old Bay horseradish sauce on a rustic roll.



Seared steak topped with bourbon spiked BBQ sauce and smoked cheddar cheese on a rustic roll.



Seared steak topped with sauerkraut and polish mustard on a rustic roll.



Seared steak with tangy banana pepper mayonnaise and feta cheese on a rustic roll.



Seared steak topped with a smoky charred salsa verde on a rustic roll.

San Diego


Seared steak topped with a spicy herb salsa and lime cream on a rustic roll.

St. Louis

St. Louis

Seared steak topped with Saint Louis style BBQ sauce and cheddar cheese on a rustic roll.


Seared steak topped with Saint Louis style BBQ sauce and cheddar cheese on a rustic roll.

Minnesota (Kramarczuk Sausage Sandwich)

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Comments (29)

  1. Jennifer T says:

    While all of these sandwiches sound absolutely delish, I cannot believe the ORIGINATOR of steak sandwiches, Philadelphia, is not on your list!!!!! Oh, the sacrilege!!! The closest you guys came was Baltimore! Whether it's Tony Luke's, Gino's, or Pat's, you cannot deny the birthplace of the only steak sandwich worth eating…oh, and the birthplace of Liberty too! :) – Jennifer T.

  2. Carolyn Sue says:

    And now you're going to run so local businessmen out of business. Shame on you.

  3. Sanduíches perfeitos!!!!!!água na boca!!

  4. Mary says:


  5. Tami says:

    Now I'm salivating like you wouldn't believe. I haven't had the pleasure of trying either of these sandwiches before. However…the Milwaukee, the San Diego and the Texas all sound absolutely delish to me!

  6. mac says:

    total violation not to even acknowledge Phila as the birthplace of the cheese steak is totally bogus! these sammies all sound terrific and would try them all but shame on you. is the food network afraid of bring it on in Phila?

  7. kristine says:

    How do you find the recipes?

  8. kadirecipes says:

    I don't know why did i read this post now I am salivating and feel so hungry.

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