MLB Food for Thought: Baseball Cookbooks

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MLB Food for Thought: Baseball Cookbooks
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Mmm, now them’s eats.

Cookbooks with a baseball theme isn’t a new concept. Often they’re used as either promotions or fund-raisers, collected by the players’ significant others. Admittedly, some of the items included are basic, common-sense type items; with the exception of Rusty Staub and perhaps a few others, we’re not talking Julia Child here. But put a ballplayer’s name to it and it becomes gold.

Variations on the theme include:

  • The Harry Caray’s Restaurant Cookbook: The Official Home Plate of the Chicago Cubs
  • Home Plate Cookbook
  • Cooking At Homeplate with the Arizona Diamondbacks
  • San Diego Padres Cookbook
  • Big League Cookbook Favorite recipes from the distaff side of the Atlanta Braves and Chiefs
  • GourMETS: New York Mets Family Cookbook
  • From the Mariner’s Galley Cookbook
  • Daphne Baseball Family Cookbook
  • Starters & Closers [ Seattle Mariners, cookbook ] (a collection of appetizer and dessert recipes from the mariners players and staff) , edited by Karen Moyer, wife of pitcher Jamie.
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