Kate Krader (@kkrader on Twitter) is Food & Wine's restaurant editor. When she tells us where to get our grub on, we listen up.
When I’m watching a ball game, I don’t usually care what anyone but me wants to eat. Another hot dog? No, I’ll switch it up and have a taco. So I’m not sure why I started to think about what major league baseball players like to eat off the field. Maybe it’s the recent book "Diamond Dishes: From the Kitchens of Baseball's Biggest Stars". Or maybe I just wasn’t hungry at the moment. Anyway, several heroes from the 2011 All-Star game have strong opinions about what they eat.
Brian Wilson, San Francisco Giants: Eight Egg White Omelette
He told ESPN: “I'm an adequate cook. I'm not preparing a five course meal, but I can cook the things I want. ... For breakfast I'll usually make an eight egg-white omelette with bell peppers, shredded cheese, and slices or ham and turkey ripped up. ... I probably eat between 54 and 60 eggs a week.”
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