Recently, my family and I went to a New York Yankees baseball game. It was our first time visiting the new stadium. Of course, it’s no longer the actual house that Ruth built, but we were still impressed. Especially when we discovered the gluten free hot dog stand, we were truly satisfied.
Hotdogs are undoubtedly one of the most iconic foods at a baseball game. Ever since going gluten free, ordering a hotdog without the bun at the game was the only option. But bun-less hotdogs are just not as appetizing as a hotdog tucked into a slightly crispy, slightly chewy white bun. And, so, of course I was elated to be able to buy gluten free hot dogs on gluten free buns! Yum. They were Udi’s buns, just like the ones we eat at home.
Now the experience of going to the baseball game was complete. There’s nothing like a great tasting hotdog at the game.
Gluten free concession stands are popping up at many stadiums across the country so be sure to inquire the next time you go to your favorite ballpark.
Gluten free hot dogs were not the only gluten free fare being offered. We found Premio sausages, Boar’s Head deli meat, and Carvel soft-serve ice cream.
There was a farmers market with vegetable salads and fruit salads, Kozy Shack pudding and Blue Diamond almonds. Famous Famiglia offered gluten-free pizza.
Gluten free Redbridge beer was available as well.
It was an amazing gluten free evening, and the Yankees won the game in the top of ninth.
Have you been able to find gluten free foods at sports events for yourself or a friend? Please stay and leave a comment below.
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