Concession Food Item of the Week: The Horse Collar
Packers fans went crazy for this item when it was first introduced back in August, resulting in it selling out before the regular season even started. We’re bringing it back in light of the Packers’ routings of every team that’s visited Lambeau Field. You Cheeseheads will need something to do once all those touchdowns start to get repetitive. And you away fans will need something to drown your sorrows in.
WHAT DO THEY CALL THIS WITCHCRAFT?: The Horse Collar
WHO HATH WROUGHT THIS MONSTROSITY: Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers.
WHAT COMPRISES SUCH A THING?: House-made kielbasa sausage served in a fresh-baked hoagie roll in the shape of a horseshoe, smothered in beer cheese and topped with fried sauerkraut. This is as Wisconsin as it gets.
HOW MASSIVE IS THIS WORK OF SHEER AND UTTER GENIUS?: One pound of kielbasa measuring 22 inches, plus another 12 ounces of dough.
HOW MANY CALORIES WE TALKIN’?: 2,200 calories.
AND HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?: $20. If that’s too steep for you, sign up for the Discount Double Check.
AM I ALLOWED TO EAT IT ALL BY MYSELF?: You're in the land of sausage, cheese and beer. We won’t judge.
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