Baseball is coming back soon, and if you go to the games, you know that also means incredible ballpark food is coming back too.  Would you try this one?

When Does Baseball Season Begin

If you're a baseball fan, there's a good chance you've had this one circled on your calendar for a while.  It's the start of baseball season.  While most teams in Major League Baseball have been in spring training since the end of February, this is a big week.  The regular season starts for most teams on Thursday, March 30th.

Baseball Season Means Ballpark Food Season

Along with the action on the field comes all the creative food that so many ballparks have become known for providing to their fans.  While normally the food you see at baseball parks includes things like popcorn, peanuts, pretzels, cracker jacks, nachos, and hot dogs, over the years we've seen some pretty creative foods too.  We've seen stuff like the "Sunrise Dog" which was a hot dog with sausage gravy and eggs on it (just in case you forgot to eat breakfast?), a taco dog which was a hot dog in a tortilla shell, and even apple pie nachos.

The Blue Jays Have The Most "Canadian" Hot Dog Ever

Hot dogs are a pretty perfect choice when it comes to snacks at a ballpark.  They're easy to eat with just one hand, and best of all, they can be customized with condiments to fit everyone's specific palate.

The Toronto Blue Jays may have come up with the perfect hot dog for their Canadian fans though.  Meet the Poutine Hot Dog.

It's one of the new menu items for fans coming to Rogers Center to watch the Toronto Blue Jays this coming season.  It's just as you'd expect.  It's a hot dog with fries on it and smothered in cheese and gravy.  It's perfectly Canadian and looks perfectly delicious.

Would you try it?

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