There were a few requests for the food items served so here are some ideas from our menu:
For the Ball Park theme (and to keep costs down) we served typical Ball Park food:
Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, French Fries in cute take out containers, Puff Pastry ‘bread sticks’, Â home made boiled and baked bread pretzels, cole slaw, Spinach Salad, Potato Salad and condiments as well as lots of toppings including sliced pickles, tomatoes, onions etc.
Dessert was all the vending items: cotton candy, coke gummies, caramel popcorn, regular popcorn and then a dessert table of cupcakes and hamantashen.
The origin of the classic pretzel shape is the “trinity,” so other shapes are preferable. I used to make alef-bais pretzels with my kids.
Interesting to note that. I was actually twisting them so they wouldn’t come undone:) I would probably do pretzel sticks then by folding a long rope and twisting. Thanks for the insight!
Thanks for all your phenomenal ideas. i really appreciate your sharing. Your father must be shepping nachas on high. What was your program for Purim in the Ball Park?