GREEN BAY - Fans inside Lambeau Field this Sunday will see some new choices on menus at concession stands.
Thursday morning, the Packers and their food and beverage partner, Delaware North Companies, unveiled the year's new items.
One of the new offerings is the Food Network's Pac N' Cheese, with either jalapeno poppers or buffalo chicken.
The Jordy Nelson Burger is also on the menu. The wide receiver designed the recipe himself. It's a slow smoked barbecue brisket with barbecue sauce and onion rings. The $13 burger was sold at Curly's Pub during training camp, along with creations from Coach McCarthy, Aaron Rodgers and three other players. Fans ate more of Jordy's burger than the others.
"He did have the luxury of having a game day in there, so he sold some burgers on game day, but he's got a great recipe there and it was appealing to the fans," said Charlie Millerwise, general manager at Delaware North Companies at Lambeau Field.
The Aaron Rodgers burger will also be available this season. Don't want to pass on that.
Ten percent of proceeds go to a charity of the player's choice.
Fans can wash down the burgers with a choice of 27 beers, including more local craft brews.
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