Check out the new game day eats at Orlando's Camping World Stadium

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Camping World Stadium is bringing new game-day eats for fans to nosh on, and just from a cursory glance, it looks like it involves A LOT of horseradish sauce.

Levy Restaurants, which manages concessions at Camping World Stadium, has created several snacks that build upon traditional game-day fare to make it a little more interesting, according to a press release from the city. On Monday, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer worked with a Camping World chef to provide a sneak peek of the latest goodies, which include:



- A Camping World Dog, which is a hot dog covered in 12-hour smoked pulled pork, baked beans, cheddar cheese, crispy onions and mustard BBQ sauce.

- A Citrus Bowl Dog, which is a hot dog covered in slow-smoked beef brisket, orange soda slaw, grilled green onion and horseradish sauce.



- CWS Spicy Boiled Peanuts, which are peanuts that have been simmered in special spices for 24 hours.

- Rosie’s Apple Pie S’more Sundae, which is a  vanilla bean ice cream with  chocolate sauce, cookie crumbs and mini marshmallows on top. 


Camping World Stadium is set to host the Camping World Bowl between Oklahoma State and Virginia Tech on Dec. 28, the Citrus Bowl presented by Overton’s between LSU and Notre Dame on Jan. 1, and the NFL Pro Bowl on Jan. 28.

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