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April 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Seattle Mariners hospitality partner, Centerplate, the largest hospitality partner to
North America's premier sports stadiums, convention centers and entertainment venues, is once again collaborating with noted Seattle Chef
Ethan Stowell to bring exciting, fresh and local food concepts to Safeco Field.
New to the ballpark for 2012, Chef Stowell has created several new selections that include grass-fed BBQ brisket and pulled pork sandwiches, Italian sausage and bratwurst, an updated "anti-fast-food" burger and an Oyster Po' Boy, all using locally sourced ingredients.
BBQ Beef Brisket Sandwich – In-house smoked Painted Hills beef brisket, apple jalapeno coleslaw, whiskey cola BBQ sauce on a Mario's sweet potato bun.
BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich – In-house smoked Carlton Farms pork butt, apple jalapeno coleslaw, whiskey cola BBQ sauce on a Mario's sweet potato bun.
Double Play Sausage + Chicken (located at Sections 136, 340)
Italian Sausage – Carlton Farms Italian sausage from Uli's Sausage, grilled onions, banana peppers, on a Pioneer bun.
Cheddar Bratwurst – Carlton Farms cheddar bratwurst, Sagelands Washington Riesling sauerkraut, on a Pioneer bun.
Big League Burger (located at Section 106)
Northwest Grass-Fed Beef Company Burger, shredded iceberg lettuce, sliced tomato, burger sauce, on a potato bun.
Northwest Grass-Fed Beef Company Cheeseburger, American cheese, shredded iceberg lettuce, sliced tomato, burger sauce, on a potato bun.
Hamburg+Frites (located in The 'Pen)
Oyster Po' Boy – Fried Taylor Farms oysters, butter lettuce, sliced tomato, spicy remoulade, on a Pioneer bun.
"I'm very excited about the upcoming season, not only for the team, but for the food we've created for the fans," says Chef Stowell. "These new food items are a continuation of what we began last year in The 'Pen and eventually want throughout the ballpark—more local product and fresh ingredients. It's a growing trend for the entire country and it's awesome that the Mariners are excited about it."