LOOK: Seahawks offer ridiculous new nachos, hot dog and fries
Take a look at the Seahawks new insane food offerings including a two-foot long hot dog, a bucket of nachos and crab fries.
To the victor go the spoils. And fresh off their Super Bowl victory, the Seahawks are going full glutton with their concessions for 2014, offering up Seattle Crab Fries, a ridiculously long Hawk Dog and a bucket of nachos known as the Champion Chip Hawk Nacho.
Delaware North, Seattle's food provider, introduced the new items, all of which are delightfully extravagant.
You see the Seattle Crab Fries -- an order of waffle-cut fries smothered in "creamy crab cheese sauce" -- above.
The Hawk Dog -- a TWO-FOOT LONG dog covered in chipotle cheese sauce, Pico De Gallo, diced red peppers, diced jalapenos, sour cream, and guacamole with blue and green tortilla strips that should come with a free roll of Charmin' -- is equally impressive:
Especially when you see how it compares to the size of seats at CenturyLink Field:
But the crowning jewel of all these offerings is the Champion Chip (GET IT?) Nachos Bucket, a awkwardly huge heaping pile of everything stuffed into a big-ass Seahawks popcorn bucket.
What's included in this delightful bucket of heart-halting goo? Green and blue Seahawks chips, along with either pollo verde or ground beef, are covered in a chipotle cheese sauce, black beans, cotija cheese, diced green chilies, sliced Jalapenos, sliced black olives, guacamole, sour cream, pico de gallo, and banana pepper rings.
All photos courtesy of Delaware North
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