New food for Razorback concessions this year includes mac-and-cheese burger | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

New food for Razorback concessions this year includes mac-and-cheese burger

Posted By on Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 6:41 AM

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Thanks to KNWA for bringing me up to speed
on new concession offerings at Razorback Stadium this year, where football seasons begins with a cream puff, UTEP.

The offerings seem more likely to please Coach Bret Bielema than Athletic Director Jeff Long, famously fit. But the stands are filled with more people with Bielema's profile most likely.

Pictured above is the Mac Attack, a burger with a macaroni-and-cheese layer. Also on the menu: a pork tenderloin sandwich, a macaroni and cheese dog, buffalo chicken nachos and Petit Jean grilled ham and cheese.

Do they post nutritional information at concession stands? Wonder what the calorie count is on that Mac Attack.

No beers to wash that down unless you are seated in the high-rent district.

I don't have a price list, but the UA provides ATM machines at the stadium should the price challenge your pocketbook's ready cash.



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