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MSP Magazine: Batter up, New eats at Target Field

It’s spring and if your fancy turns to thoughts of peanuts and cracker jack, you might be a baseball fan. In the car ride to the ballpark for our first game every year, the chatter turns from “Will Joe still have those sideburns?” to ” Do you think I should go nachos before hot dog? Or vice versa?” If that’s how you roll too, you might be interested in this here little preview of the new eats available in Twins Territory. (Tasty photos included!)
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It’s spring and if your fancy turns to thoughts of peanuts and cracker jack, you might be a baseball fan. In the car ride to the ballpark for our first game every year, the chatter turns from “Will Joe still have those sideburns?” to ” Do you think I should go nachos before hot dog? Or vice versa?” If that’s how you roll too, you might be interested in this here little preview of the new eats available in Twins Territory. (Tasty photos included!)

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