Apr 8, 2011, 1:49 PM EDT
CNBC’s Darren Rovell has spent his day finding some of the most odd looking stadium foods around the country to display on his twitter, @darrenrovell, which may arguably be the most informative sports media related feed on the planet. If you aren’t following Darren, you probably know nothing.
His quest to find the most peculiar stadium food led him to an image of maybe the most disgusting looking parfait I’ve ever laid my eyes on, with it’s combination of pulled pork, mashed potatoes and chives (to ensure they get some semblance of vitamins in their system) that probably tastes as good as it makes me want to puke by looking at it. Which is probably what all great Midwestern foods are known for. You can find this very much exclusive dish in Milwaukee’s Miller Park, where the Brewers call home.
You will also find it haunting Prince Fielder’s dreams.
Other crazy foods found by Rovell include some BBQ Chicken Nachos that seem a little bit off until you realize they were made for Toronto Blue Jays fans in Canada, where they never seem to be able to get things right. Where did they find red nacho chips? The Indians provide fried twinkies for their mostly empty stadium while the Rockies provide chocolate covered bacon for $2. Meanwhile, San Diego’s food choices are just, well, pitiful.
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