Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Arrive Hungry! Talladega Adds "Talla-Mento Dogwich" To GEICO 500 Weekend Menu

Fans will be sinking their teeth into Talladega Superspeedway’s new signature hot dog – the Talla-Mento Dogwich –during the track’s upcoming GEICO 500 race weekend, April 29-May 31.

The Talla-Mento Dogwich is a grilled, all beef hot dog, split in two and placed on top of melted Yancey’s Fancy buffalo cheddar cheese, topped with a generous helping of Pimiento Cheese, then placed between two slices of golden brown, grilled Texas toast and cut down the middle.
Talladega is cutting no corners on this dish, using Yancey’s Fancy New York’s Artisan signature spicy buffalo cheese and cheddar cheese to drive home the flavor. Yancey’s Fancy has specialized in hand crafted cheeses for more than 60 years, with a reputation for producing high quality products.
“We have the best and most competitive form of racing in the world here at Talladega Superspeedway, and now we have the most unique, tasty and ‘big’ menu items anywhere,” said Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch. “At Talladega, ‘Size Matters’ and our fans won’t be disappointed with the incredibly large Talla-Mento Dogwich. It joins The Big One Meatball’ as the most creative and delicious food items at any sporting event in the world.”
The world-renowned “The Big One” Meatball, the biggest of its kind, weighs in at over a pound. It has a center of blended Mozzarella and Pepper Jack Cheeses, mixed with smoked BBQ Pulled Pork and house BBQ sauce for an extra kick. It is then covered by a layer of ground beef, rolled in a panko bread crumb and parmesan mix, before being deep fried to a golden brown. And finally, it is topped off with a dollop of BBQ sauce and a spaghetti garnish.

The Talla-Mento Dogwich ($5) will be sold in the O.V. Hill North and South Grandstands as well as the Tri-Oval Tower and all Infield Locations. The Big One Meatball ($13) will be sold at concession stands in the Gadsden and O.V. Hill South Grandstands, along with the Tri-Oval Tower along the frontstretch.

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