St. Paul Saints reveal new food lineup for 2018 season

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There are few better ways to spend a warm, Minnesota summer evening than in the stunning confines of CHS Field watching the St. Paul Saints.

And those in attendance this season will have an array of edible delights to peruse as they walk around the stadium's open concourse.

The home opener in St. Paul's Lowertown is just over a week away, with the Saints hosting the Chicago Dogs on Monday, May 21.

Among the new items coming this season are two new burgers – a California burger with guac and a spicy sauce, and a "Mac Daddy Burger."

Elsewhere the taste of Minnesota will reside within its chicken-on-a-stick, which is stuffed with wild rice and smoked cheese, while chili mac and cheese is among the new hot dog toppings.

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There are various new sandwiches, including a "Belly Buster" of cornbread topped with mac 'n' cheese (making yet another appearance), slaw and meat.

Those with a sweet tooth can now munch on a new deep-fried, double-stuffed cookie while taking in the game.

And several new vegetarian and vegan options will be available at CHS Field, including a vegan brat that the Star Tribune reports is courtesy of the Herbivorous Butcher in Northeast Minneapolis.

The Saints' joked about the new vegan dish on Twitter Wednesday night.

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