June 23, 2024

During the divisional playoff game on January 21 between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills, which ended with a 27-24 victory for the Chiefs, the food service partner Delaware North incorporated Taylor Swift-themed menu items for the Buffalo Bills’ night game.

At Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York, during the Chiefs vs. Bills playoff game, the stadium featured Taylor Swift-themed menu items, including ‘Bad Blood Waffle Fries’ and a ‘Karma Quesadilla.’ The ‘Bad Blood Waffle Fries’ consisted of a 2-foot display of spiced waffle fries, topped with Buffalo Chicken and Blue Cheese on one side, serving as the centerpiece of the Swift-inspired meal.

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The second half of the ‘Bad Blood Waffle Fries’ featured Kansas City Cattleman’s BBQ pork, cole slaw, and bread-and-butter pickles as a tribute to the Chiefs. Additionally, the ‘Karma Quesadilla’ was crafted with bacon, cilantro ranch, and chicken tenders in a triple-stacked quesadilla, topped with a pork belly chaser. Other notable items on the menu included Buffalo Bills Chicken Broth, Boozy Hot Chocolate, a Fried Chicken and Waffle sandwich, the Grape Davis, a Mulberry Meatball, the Kansas City Bowl of Tears BBQ, and 2-Foot Nachos.

Andy Altomare, the general manager at Highmark Stadium for Delaware North, expressed enthusiasm about the culinary offerings during the Divisional playoff game, stating, “Our culinary team has once again crafted an impressive menu for the Divisional playoff game this weekend, featuring several new items for fans to enjoy while cheering on the Bills. We had a lot of fun creating this week’s menu, introducing a few new options that celebrate the incredible rivalry with the Chiefs and their star-studded fans.”

The Chiefs and Bills were slated for a rematch following their intense regular season clash in December 2023. In that game, Travis Kelce’s lateral ball to Kadarius Toney initially led to a touchdown for the Chiefs, seemingly securing their victory. However, the officials flagged the play for offensive offsides, overturning the score. After the Bills staged a comeback, Patrick Mahomes, aged 28, expressed frustration by cursing at the referees and throwing his helmet.

Mahomes promptly acknowledged his regret for his on-field actions and his interaction with Allen following his outburst. In an interview with Kansas City’s 610 Sports Radio, as reported by US Magazine, Mahomes admitted, “I regret acting like that, but more than anything, I regretted the way I acted toward Josh after the game because he had nothing to do with it. I was still hot and emotional, but you can’t do that, man. It’s not a great example for kids watching the game, so I was more upset about that than I was about me on the sidelines.”

The athlete elaborated on his feelings, stating, “I love it. I love this game, I love my teammates, I want to go out there and put everything on the line to win. But obviously, can’t do that. Can’t be that way toward officials or really anybody in life. It’s tough when you play a hard-fought game and the game comes down to stuff like that, but it’s part of it, man. It’s part of the game. You’ve got to just learn from it and try to be better from it, be better as a person, and be better as a player.”



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