April 13th, 2014 – Ballpark Food

Slynn and Ramon and Billy playing ball

Sunday, April 13th, 2014
VBC Meeting #14: Ballpark Food
Host of the Month: Lauren and Billy
Location: Ponder, TX

This is what we made:

table of ballpark themed foods

Vanessa: Yu Darvish Dip

Named for the Ranger’s ace, ingredients in this hummus included chick peas, Mugi miso, water, paprika, soy sauce, lemon, salt, olive oil, and tahini.

Yu Darvish dip, a miso hummus

Bryan: Fresh-Squeezed Lemonade

Bryan made his lemonade with lemons, apples, sugar, and water.

bottle of fresh lemonade

Morgan and Mark: Pretzel Hot Dog Bites

They made pretzel dough from scratch, wrapped them around Lightlife brand Smart Dogs®, and produced these hot dog bites.

pretzel hot dog bites

Lilly: Flavors of Popcorn

Lilly concocted three flavors of popcorn.

  1. Coconut – coconut oil, coconut flakes
  2. “Cheese” – Nutritional yeast, Earth balance butter
  3. Caramel – Brown sugar, Earth balance butter

different popcorn flavors

Slynn: Brookies

Trying to recreate something Ramon found while on tour, Slynn made these brookies by first making a recipe of chocolate chip cookies and a recipe of brownies. Then she put the brownie batter into a muffin tin and scooped cookie dough on top. After realizing she had forgotten to add sugar to the brownies, she mixed up a caramel sauce that was poured onto the brookies after baking. Little workarounds like these are what make baking special.

brookies

Ramon: Baby Boomstix (baked corndogs)

Ramon made the Skillet Cornbread recipe from Veganomicon but added Daiya® Cheddar Style shreds, green onions, bell peppers, and Tofurky® Hot Dog pieces. Then he baked them in a muffin tin for easy to eat corn dog treats.

baby boomstix, corndogs

Billy: Chili “Cheese” Fries

Billy made a nutritional yeast based queso sauce, adding soyrizo, Mama Kettler salsa, soymilk powder, and probably several other things. He served it with some store-bought seasoned fries.

chili cheese fries

Lauren: Classic Soft Pretzels, Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels

Like Mark and Morgan, Lauren made pretzel dough from scratch. She served one batch seasoned with coarse sea salt and another batch tossed in cinnamon and sugar.

classic soft pretzels

cinnamon sugar pretzels

Mmm delicious brown mess.

plate of ballpark foods

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