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Take a tour of the awesome culinary offerings at the Sydney Cricket Ground

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Everyone knows one of the best parts of going to a baseball game is the food. Whether it's a crazy corn dog or a wicked hamburger, the unique offerings of a ballpark are an attraction unto themselves.

And so, when MLB took its show on the road and brought the Dodgers and Diamondbacks to Sydney for the Opening Series, they brought the awesome food with them.

Here's a peek at some of the choices Aussie baseball fans are getting at the Sydney Cricket Ground:


Who doesn't want a helmet full of nachos at a ballgame?


The love of pulled pork sandwiches transcends borders:


Nachos aren't the only things served in souvenir mini-helmets -- there's also some delicious-looking cheese fries:


This person is making some maple syrup-dipped bacon on a stick. Jealous?


But there are some flavors unique to Australia as well -- like saltwater barramundi and chips:


And meat pies!


But the star of the show is always the same, no matter the continent -- hot dogs. These, however, are no ordinary dogs:


Seriously -- look at the size of those things. This one is the Arizona Dog, made with chili, cheese sauce, refried beans, pico de gallo and grated cheddar cheese:


And this is the Los Angeles Dog, topped with caramelized onions, pico de gallo and cheddar cheese:


But, if those aren't enough for you, there's also the Superdog, which is absolutely insane:


And here's what it looks like:


That's just a sampling: there's also tacos, hamburgers, pizza and pretty much any other ballpark fare you can imagine. Even these beauties: