Buffalo Bills to sell Taylor Swift-themed food at Sunday’s playoff game against the Chiefs

The Buffalo Bills announced Friday they’ll be selling Taylor Swift-themed food during the team’s playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday — though it’s not yet clear if Swift herself will be making the trip to Highmark Stadium.

Last weekend, Swift was seen cheering on the Chiefs and boyfriend Travis Kelce in their Wild Card playoff win against the Miami Dolphins. She set the internet ablaze with people reacting to her custom-made No. 87 puffer coat, which she sported while entering the stadium.

In anticipation of this week’s matchup — and of Swift possibly making an appearance — the Bills’ food service partner unveiled menu items such as “Bad Blood Waffle Fries.” Served in a two-foot boat, the spiced fries come topped on one side with Buffalo chicken and blue cheese, and the other with Kansas City BBQ pork, bread-and-butter pickles, and coleslaw.

Another option set to be available come Sunday is the tripled-stacked “Karma Quesadilla,” boasting both chicken tenders and bacon, topped with pork belly and cilantro ranch, and served with a side of chips.

Other Bills-related food items fill out the menu, like the “Grape Davis” (a blend of Southern Comfort, Fireball and Owen’s grape transfusion mix), as well as “Bills Broth” served in a souvenir playoff mug.

The team has yet to dedicate an item to quarterback Josh Allen’s current celebrity girlfriend, actress, singer and friend of Taylor Swift, Hailee Steinfeld.

Whether any of the celebrities will brave the freezing temps and show up for the game Sunday is still up in the air. But given the fact that Swift attended the Chiefs’ last game — which, at -4 degrees at kickoff, was one of the coldest games in NFL history — she’s shown not even “the outside” can get in the way of her “love story.”