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Texas Rangers' New Concessions Include Poutine Nachos

First there was the Boomstick, then the Choomongous — now the summer concessions menu at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington — or, as it's now known, Globe Life Park — includes two-foot long tacos and kebabs.

Per a press release issued this morning, the Tanaco is a "24-inch long taco shell [that] is made fresh at the ballpark and filled with one foot of seasoned ground beef and another foot of seasoned chicken" before being "topped with shredded lettuce, nacho cheese, pico de gallo, sliced jalapeños and sour cream." On the healthier (?) end of the spectrum is the Kaboom Kabob, "a 24-inch long kabob of chicken and seasonal veggies."

There's also something they're calling Poutine Nachos, described as fried potato chips topped with "Texas-style cream gravy, bacon, shredded cheddar cheese and a choice of brisket or southwestern-style chicken." (Calling that poutine might be a bit of a stretch, but hey, Canada this ain't). Other new creations include the Bacon Waffle on a Stick, which "may be dipped in maple syrup or topped with chocolate syrup and whipped cream," because why the hell not. Read on for locations of the aforementioned items:

· Poutine Nachos: available at the Chipper in Section 32

· Bacon Waffle on a Stick: available at the Homeplate Butcher Block in section 24

· Kaboom Kabob: available at stand "24" in section 27

· The Tanaco: available at home plate in the Casa De Fuego outlet

There's also two other new (and somewhat less exciting) options: a Korean bulgogi beef pita wrap with spicy slaw and cucumbers that's available in section 17 in Centerfield, and a "retro hot dog cart" described as "a nostalgic nod to the humble start to baseball's food concessions" that will be stationed on the main concourse.

· What to Eat This Season at Globe Life Park, Home of the Texas Rangers [-EDFW-]

Globe Life Park

1000 Ballpark Way, Arlington, TX 76011

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