What to Eat While Watching the World Series?

What to Eat While Watching the World Series?The first game of the world series starts on Tuesday, October 23, and you can bet that we are planning a menu. It’s the Boston Red Sox v.s. the LA Dodgers and we are looking to those two cities for food inspiration.

This is the first time since the 1977 & 1978 World Series that the Dodgers have made consecutive World Series appearances. And, it is the first meeting between the two teams in a World Series since the 1916 World Series, when the Dodgers were in Brooklyn known as the Brooklyn Robins.

Here are some ideas for great World Series eats to help you root on your preferred team:

Dodger Fans
The Dodger Dog is iconic. And, no Dodger game would be complete without it. To re-create it at home, pick up some Caspar’s Famous hot dogs (they have to be the long ones), some fresh buns and the toppings of your choice.

We highly recommend a batch of Carne Asada Nachos and perhaps some Dodger Wings (a.k.a. Buffalo Wings). You can make your own with Wing Time Sauce or get ’em in our Hot Bar.

For sweets, we are going with Churros. They are best when served straight out of the pan and piping hot. So, we are making our own. It’s a fun project and not as hard as you might think.

And Aguas Frescas to drink, perhaps with a Margarita La Reina or Estrella Jalisco Beer.

Red Sox Fans
It’s hard to get a Fenway Frank outside of Fenway Park, but we are not shy about making our own. Basically, follow the above instructions for a Dodger Dog…okay, it’s a hot dog, right?

Clam Chowdah we have it hot form our Deli Bar or pick up a few cans of Bar Harbor—both are great choices.

Italian Sausage & Peppers Sandwich on a Roll is classic Bostonian. You can find a quick and easy recipe here on The Food Network.

For dessert, we are whipping up some Boston Cream Pie. If you have never tried it, there’s no pie…it’s more like a Berliner doughnut but the size of a cake.

And what to drink? Grab a pack of Samuel Adams Beer or Guinness Stout. And, if you are looking for something more all-ages, try some Moxie Soda.


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