Search engine-friendly headlines to the contrary, your favorite news or entertainment website doesn’t have any inside knowledge on if Taylor Swift will attend the Kansas City Chiefs game on Sunday January 21 against the Buffalo Bills—as always, that information remains tightly under wraps. But we do know that when her boyfriend, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, hits the snowy field at Orchard Park’s Highmark Stadium, fans in the stands will be noshing on a few Swift-themed menu items, despite her allegiance to the Bills’ opposition.
The game day dishes are the brainchild of Delaware North, the concessions company responsible for drinking and dining at Bills home turf. On Friday, the company announced two menu items for Sunday’s AFC championships, both of which appear to be connected to Swift song titles.
Behold these waffle fries, which are—per Delaware North—a “2-foot display of spiced waffle fries featuring each city’s culinary specialty – topped half with Buffalo chicken and blue cheese and half with Kansas City Cattleman’s BBQ pork, cole slaw and bread-and-butter pickles.”
They’re named the “Bad Blood waffle fries,” which isn’t a comment on what your doctor will diagnose you with should you eat the whole thing. Instead, it’s seemingly an allusion to the Swift song “Bad Blood,” which is widely believed to be about her beef with various other stars—perhaps an ironic choice, since beef appears to be the only meat that’s not shoveled onto the dish.
If fries aren’t your jam, there’s the Karma Quesadilla, which includes “chicken tenders, bacon and cilantro ranch in a triple-stacked quesadilla, topped with pork-belly chaser.” Here’s what it looks like:
I know better to wade into the murky waters of the philosophical concept of karma and how it relates—or doesn’t—to the consumption of animals, but I do feel confident in saying that if you order this item, you probably deserve whatever you get. In any case, the dish’s title is probably less related to its use in faiths such as Hinduism, Buddhism, or Jainism and more to Swift’s song, “Karma,” which the singer recently edited to reflect her relationship with Kelce.
Assuming local Bills fans can shovel the reported six feet of snow from the open-air stadium, kickoff for Sunday’s game will be at 6:30 p.m. ET. Folks at home eager to catch a glimpse of Swift—or to see how one eats a two-foot-long box of loaded waffle fries in Arctic conditions—can watch the game on CBS or stream it via Paramount+.