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(Updated With Photos) Rangers Release Playoff Menu, Including a $32 Boomstick Brisket Nacho Concoction

Now, throw some brisket, pico and Doritos on top of that, and we're ready for some baseball! Casey Rapp with Delaware North Sportservice, which provides concessions and catering for the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, released a new playoff concession menu this afternoon. It's available at tonights game, and hopefully subsequent games thereafter.

In the most exciting news in concession food marriages ever, the ROSSome nachos and Boomstick, made a baby.

Totally ROSSome Boomstick Nachos: This is a double play with the Boomstick hot dog and the Totally ROSSome Nachos with a one pound 24-inch hot dog, topped with smoked brisket, fresh pico, sour cream and crunchy Nacho Cheese Doritos. And, as you know, having babies is expensive. This cost $32.

Murph-A-Dilla: A 24-inch quesadilla, topped with beef brisket, lettuce, tomatoes and jalapenos, served on a bed of Nacho Cheese Doritos; named as a tip-of-the-cap to Rangers outfielder David Murphy and his favorite snack.

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Beltre Buster: A 1-pound hamburger made with Nolan Ryan's all-natural beef and topped with grilled onions, Monterrey Jack cheese and crispy bacon; served on a bed of kettle chips.

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The Texas Twenty-Four: A 24-inch-long shaved-steak sandwich, topped with queso blanco, grilled onions and peppers.

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Taki Tacos: A twist on walking tacos using a bag Takis Salsa Brava corn chips, topped in the bag with beef, nacho cheese, sour cream and fresh pico.

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Lauren Drewes Daniels is the Dallas Observer's food editor. She started writing about local restaurants, chefs, beer and kouign-amanns in 2011. She's driven through two dirt devils and is certain they were both some type of cosmic force.