Feel The Churn: Aerobics Class Simulates Butter Making. This Is Not A Joke.

Somebody is thinking big, and buttery
Oct 15, 2013 9:00 am

It’s 8:30 in the morning and I’ve just walked into an art gallery dressed for a workout. Others are milling about in shorts and leggings, sweat bands around their heads and wrists. And in each hand, a jar of heavy cream. Welcome to Feel the Churn: the first ever butter-making aerobics class.

Are We Seriously Doing This Now? Don't Eat Your Football Depression Away!

Team lose? Grieve smarter, put down the meat plate
Sep 20, 2013 4:00 pm

Here are two things to do this weekend: watch football and control yourself if your team doesn't win, apparently. I came across this on The New York Times wellness blog: When Teams Lose, Fans Tackle Fatty Foods. ...For serious, guys? Is this the macho equivalent of hunkering down with Bridget Jones and Ben & Jerry? Did your team just break up with you or something?

This Lobster Roll Is Red Sox Pitcher Felix Doubront's Secret Weapon

Steamers' loaded lobster rolls help win the game
Jul 26, 2013 2:31 pm

Red Sox pitcher Felix Doubrant has a pre-game ritual that's as far away from never washing a wristband as you can get. And a lot more pleasant. Steamers Seafood Market in Newton, MA serves Doubrant one of their famed lobster rolls before every game.

20 Best Athletes With Food Names

Finally, we can write about Chili Davis
Jul 17, 2013 10:01 am

Today marks the only day of the year in which there are no live sporting events in any of the four major U.S. professional leagues. Yes, we know that many of you are going through severe withdrawal — before meaningless MLB midsummer games begin again tomorrow night, of course. As a distraction, we’ve assembled a roster of 20 of our favorite current and former professional athletes who have names resembling food and drink items.

In Taiwan, It's Take Me Out To The Ballgame, And For A Bowl Of Stinky Tofu

How garlic chicken feet fueled Manny Ramirez
Jul 15, 2013 12:01 pm

BuzzFeed recently published an epic long-scroll about the comeback of disgraced major league baseball player Manny Ramirez, who played in Taiwan from March through June on the E-DA Rhinos of the Chinese Professional Baseball League, Taiwan’s top league. But we're most interested in the stadium food.

What To Eat And Drink At The 2013 MLB All-Star Game At Citi Field

Plenty of quality options at Mets' ballpark
Jul 11, 2013 11:02 am

Baseball’s biggest stars will square off under the bright lights of New York’s Citi Field next Tuesday night. In addition to being unique because of the talent on the field, attending the MLB All-Star game is an exciting way to explore an unfamiliar ballpark. While the Mets may have trotted out a shitty sorry product on the field the past few years, the stadium's food and beverage options have managed to keep the diehards (somewhat) content. Here is where to eat and drink during this year’s All-Star Game.

Infographic: Baseball Beer Prices Across The Country

Which stadiums charge the most for a cold one?
May 1, 2013 9:01 am

This data comes from Fan Cost Experience, a user-generated database of ticket, food and beer costs that's really helpful in budgeting out your baseball season. Wait, you can get a small draft beer for $5.75 at Citifield? We might get to go see the Mets play this year, after all!

Salt River Fields: The Best Baseball Stadium You've Never Been To

Fry bread, soba, condiment-land, 40 kinds of beer
Apr 4, 2013 11:01 am

Salt River Fields is the first MLB stadium built on Native American land and the deal has been a boon to the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian community that resides on the land as well. Sight lines are great, the scoreboard is crisp and parking is plentiful. All that is necessary for a good baseball experience, but the best thing about the ballpark? It's what you shove in your facehole.


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