Found October 16, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:

It isn’t in a cup and it isn’t made of cake. But nonetheless, the Tigers are calling this concoction a “meatloaf cupcake.”  And you can buy them (and eat them!) at Comerica Park for as long as the Tigers are playing postseason baseball. Delaware North Companies Sportservice, the company who runs the Tigers concessions, said that they were rolling out some surprises for the playoffs.  This particular surprise combines meatloaf, mashed potatoes, cheese and chives in a miniature batting helmet (formerly known as an ice cream bowl.) While I’m always in for a good meatload (my mom makes the best) and mashed potatoes, I’m going to pass on the ballpark version. via @MLB [via @MLB]

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