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IDS sports columnist Bradley Hohulin offers suggestions on how to make the best food for an at-home tailgate. For a chip dip, Hohulin says, "Take foods that vaguely resemble vegetables, dice them up and throw on citrus and herbs. Corn, black beans, black-eyed peas, red onion, tomato, cilantro and lemon juice will titillate your taste buds and provide the illusion of health."

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IDS Columnist Bradley Houhlin made the Burgerizza, a concession item at Atlanta's Truist Park. The creation consists of a double bacon cheeseburger with two buns made of pepperoni pizza.

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