Dodger Stadium brings back the 'Cuban Dog' with Marlins in town
Ballpark hot dogs are a quintessential pillar of the American menu. In fact, we're pretty sure that the USDA's original food pyramid included a spot for ballpark dogs (and apple pie). And as far as cyllindrical meats sold at stadiums are concerned, it doesn't get much more classic than the Dodger Dog.
But in the 21st century, our palates are refined and America's youths are too busy staring at their Candy Crush whosits and whatsits to be impressed by a simple, 10-inch cased meat sold at a baseball game. Thus, Dodger Stadium's Extreme Loaded Dogs is a wonderous necessity. Basically, the joint offers extravegant takes on the classic Dodger Dog, like this "Cuban Dog" they're touting with the Marlins in town.
The Cuban Dog available with Miami in town -- Cuban style pulled pork, sliced ham, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard: pic.twitter.com/HmSjv69ETr- Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) May 12, 2014