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Who would have thought that Cleveland would become a food mecca and home to some of the best chefs and restaurants in the world?  We would!  With almost 120 distinct ethnic groups in Cleveland it was inevitable that the great recipes and techniques that have been passed down for generations would surface.

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Featured this Week

New food options for the 2018 Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field

Flamethrower Sandwich
Flamethrower Sandwich

 

Executive Chef Todd Brazile brings his Texas roots to the new menu at Progressive Field, the home of the Cleveland Indians. In this short video, Chef explained some of the new offerings and trends such as Chicken and Tater Tot Waffles, Tacos and Nachos but recommended his favorite, the Flamethrower.

Photos and ingredients of the new foods at Progressive Field for 2018

Video of the Week

Food is part of the baseball experience.  The Cleveland Indians gave a preview of what menu items are new at Progressive Field for Cleveland Indians games in 2018.  This includes classics like Kielbasa but also southern influenced items like Chicken and Tater Tot Waffles and the Mac Daddy Dog as well as Tex-Mex offerings like the Torta de Pollo, Club Nachos and Tacos and the new Flamethrower pork belly and pulled pork sandwich.


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