Steakhouse Elite has announced a partnership with the 27-time champion New York Yankees to serve its burgers at concession stands throughout Yankee Stadium. The partnership will also be highlighted through in-stadium signage during the season.
Steakhouse Elite, a New York-based company, produces its burgers from American-raised, responsibly handled beef that is USDA-certified in the highest possible standards of production and safety.
"The Yankees are our hometown team, and we couldn't be more excited to partner with them," said Evan Wexler, Steakhouse Elite COO. "A great day at the ballpark always includes your favorite ballpark food, and we're proud that game days at Yankee Stadium will now include Steakhouse Elite burgers."
"We are excited to be partnering with Steakhouse Elite to feature its burgers at the Stadium, and look forward to working together to augment its brand awareness in the tri-state area and beyond," said Michael J. Tusiani, New York Yankees Senior Vice President, Partnerships.
The partnership with the Yankees represents an expansion of Steakhouse Elite's sports marketing activations, bringing their products to some of the most iconic venues in the country. In February, Steakhouse Elite announced a multi-year, multi-facility deal with the International Speedway Corporation (ISC) to serve its burgers at ISC facilities, including Daytona International Speedway.
Steakhouse Elite burgers can be found at most major retailers across the East Coast. For a full list, visit their Store Locator.
All burgers deserve a little bacon and cheese. But an extraordinary burger deserves homemade pimiento cheese and bacon jam. Spoil your Steakhouse Elite Kobe-CraftedⓇ burger with toppings as robust and flavorful as the patty you put them on. These simple recipes for pimiento cheese and bacon jam are impressive, yet easy, and the perfect way to elevate a tasty burger to something unreal!
Homemade Pimiento Cheese
1/2t Cayenne powder
1C Roasted red peppers (drained and diced)
12oz Extra-sharp white Cheddar, coarsely grated
12oz extra-sharp yellow Cheddar, coarsely grated
Salt and pepper to taste
In a medium bowl, mix together mayonnaise, cayenne, salt and pepper (about 1/2 teaspoon each). Add the red peppers, white Cheddar and yellow Cheddar and gently fold until combined. Cover the bowl and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before using.
Homemade Bacon Jam
1 lb Bacon (cut into 1" pieces)
1 White onion (finely chopped)
4 Shallots (minced)
2 Garlic cloves (minced)
1/2C Brown sugar
1/4C Maple syrup
1/3C Apple cider vinegar
1t Chili powder
In a medium saucepan over medium heat, cook bacon until crispy. Drain and place bacon on a paper plate or paper towels, reserving about 1 tablespoon of bacon grease in the pan.
Reduce heat to medium-low and add onion and shallots to the pan and cook. Stir often until onions are caramelized.
Once caramelized, add garlic, brown sugar, maple syrup, vinegar, chili powder and cooked bacon. Bring mixture to a simmer then reduce heat to low. Cook until the liquid has reduced and thickened and the onions are jammy, about five to 10 minutes.
Allow mixture to cool and transfer to a jar and refrigerate until ready to use.
A Steakhouse Elite burger is delicious on it's own. But add homemade pimiento cheese and bacon jam and the combination is above and beyond! We finish our Pimiento Cheese and Bacon Jam Burger off with scallions and a toasted bakery bun, but we encourage you to use your imagination to create your own culinary delight!
What’s the difference between an average host/hostess and a “Hostess With the Most-est?” Well, to earn the latter title, one must be prepared, creative and pleasantly relaxed while hosting. In other words, really great hosts and hostesses find ways to simplify the hosting routine so they can attend to their guests rather than slave away in the kitchen all day and get overwhelmed with the details.
One way to do this is to find creative ways for your guests to help themselves. When guests are able to help themselves, they are relaxed, they can serve themselves and pick their portion size, accommodate their own tastes and dietary needs, and save the host time on serving up food.
Traditionally, people often do this without even knowing it by setting up a hamburger station, buffet or potluck. But for the host or hostess looking for a more creative idea, why not try a Gourmet Hot Dog Bar?
Setting up a hot dog station is a fun way to let your guests serve themselves and free up more time for the host or hostess to enjoy their company. Setting up the hot dog bar is easy! Just raid your kitchen or local dollar store for condiments and toppings, buy a couple packs of Steakhouse Elite all-beef hot dogs (because, a good host knows the best, all-beef dogs makes guests happy!), and let your guests be the chef!
You can let your guests’ creativity flow, or you can opt to guide them with recipe cards for flavor combinations like these:
Gourmet Hot Dog Recipes
When you create a hot dog station, your guests will come up with 1000's of varieties of custom dog deliciousness, making it a party win! Your guests will have a great time talking about, and sampling, their favorite combinations and you can sit back and play host! And, when you use quality all-beef hot dogs like the ones from Steakhouse Elite, your guests will feel spoiled from first bite, all the way to the last dog standing!
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