Lambeau Field will sell a bacon-wrapped food monstrosity at Packers games

Aaron Rodgers inspired by Tom Brady's eating habits

If you needed a reason to go to a glacial Green Bay Packers game in the winter, we just found one for you.

Now introducing: the Pigskin, a bacon-wrapped loaded baked potato.

The Pigskin is exactly what it looks like: a remarkable, (yet affordable) bacon-wrapped monument that you can purchase for $12 at Packers games.

But, there's more. Are you ready for your life to change?

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This food item is one of many on the all-bacon concession stand at Lambeau Field. Patrick Cudahy Pack House, the creator of this heaven-on-earth experience, is the official bacon of the Green Bay Packers. Because the Packers would have an official bacon.

Who wouldn't want to warm up with a few extra layers of fat?

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