This Bacon-Wrapped Potato Is Now a Thing Served at NFL Games

Technically, it's a vegetable

By Evan Bleier

 
This Bacon-Wrapped Potato Is Now a Thing Served at NFL Games
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03 August 2016

At Lambeau Field this season, the biggest health risk won’t be concussions — it’ll be concessions.

After previously announcing Lambeau would open a dedicated bacon stand featuring pork from longtime Wisconsin brand Patrick Cudahy in 2016, menu pictures have begun to emerge.

Chili-cheese-covered, bacon-wrapped menu pictures.

Called “The Pigskin,” the first menu item the Patrick Cudahy Packhouse will be serving up when Green Bay hosts its first preseason game on August 12th is a football-sized “bacon-wrapped baked potato topped with chili, chopped bacon, cheddar cheese and sour cream and chives."

The artery-damming delight is coated with bacon-crusted cheese curds and served with a side of bacon-ranch dressing for dipping.

Should you end up eating one of the $12 creations, we'd advise a few Hail Marys afterwards. 

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