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SCH 30 Days of Fandom, Day 13: Favorite food at the United Center

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Our 30 day series continues,

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With the Blackhawks bowing out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the first round for the first time since 2012, we have a much longer offseason to fill with content and fun than normal. One of the ways we have decided to that is to do this 30 day "challenge" in which we will present a topic for you, the SCH commenters and community, to answer. Every day for 30 days we will have a new topic to discuss in the comments.

Please remember that not everyone's opinions are the same. We ask that you do not mock others for their opinions that are different than yours. Everyone's varying opinions are good to help create discussion, and we can come to know each other a little better through this exercise.

Stick tap to Cageside Seats, SBN's Pro Wrestling blog, for the idea.

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Day 13: Favorite food at the United Center

Adam: I am a pretty simple man. When it comes to ballpark or stadium food, I like the basic stuff. At a baseball game, I just need a polish sausage with onions. At the United Center for a Hawks game, I just need either a piece of pizza, a salted pretzel, or some nachos. I most often go with the nachos, and I patiently await the day I can share some nachos with Brent Seabrook.

So, sound off below. What's your favorite food at the United Center?

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Check out the previous 30 Days of Fandom posts here:

1. Why are you a Blackhawks fan?

2. What is your favorite Blackhawks memory?

3. Who is your favorite Blackhawks player of all time?

4. Where is your favorite place to watch a game?

5: What is your favorite area to sit at the United Center?

6. Who introduced you to hockey?

7. Your unpopular hockey opinion?

8. Who is your favorite hockey writer?

9. Your favorite current Blackhawks player?

10. Jersey you want the most?

11. Your biggest hockey superstition?

12. Favorite goal song beside 'Chelsea Dagger'?