Trans fats are doggone from 80 percent of Safeco’s foods.
Shown here is a lovely hot dog from Top of the First
in Ed’s Diner’s Opening Day Eating last season.
Never had ‘em,
7th Inning Stretch,
Opening Day Eating 2006.
I like to read the Seattle Post-Intelligencer in the afternoons. It’s tied to my affinity for afternoon baseball games and the defunct Hearst-owned San Francisco Examiner, the latter of which the P-I resembles (except for a saloons columnist). The P-I is where I just caught up with trans fats.
Beginning with Monday’s Opening Day (Mariners vs. A’s, 3:35 p.m.) trans fats are benched at Safeco Field. I read it on page A1. You can read it here. Long version short: Except for garlic fries and whatever is served at Ivar’s and Kidd Valley, most ballpark food will be free of artery-clogging hydrogenated oils.
Meantime, Aramark, concessionnaire at 13 Major League and 10 minor league baseball stadiums, just sent trans fats to the showers in favor of non-hydrogenated corn and sunflower oil in its fryers.
Still with trans fats!
Mmmm, Dippin’ Dots. Bottom of the 4th, Opening Day Eating 2006.