What goes into a Beast Mode Sausage?

Seattle Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch rushes in the NFL football NFC Championship game Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, in Seattle. The Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers 23-17 to advance to the Super Bowl.

Itís time to grub up for the Super Bowl, and with the Seattle Seahawks facing off against the Denver Broncos, there is a unique cuisine to sample from these Western cities.

You could start your day on a Seattle kick, with a warm coffee from your local Starbucks. Then, for lunch, transition across the Rocky Mountains to Denver and get your lunch fix at a Quiznos or a Chipotle. As you settle down before the start of the game, put some craft beers into the ice chest so they can chill in time for kickoff.

But if youíre looking for a meal that screams ďGo Seahawks,Ē look no farther than the Beast Mode Sausage.

Named after the Seahawks bruising running back, Marshawn Lynch, who has been given the Beast Mode moniker for his style of running, this sausage mirrors Lynchís football personality. A butcher in Puyallup, Wash. has combined sweet and spicy meat with Skittles, the candy of choice for Lynch.


Thatís right Ė sausage with Skittles on the inside.

So while the 12th man may have to travel across the country to cheer their team on live in Metlife Stadium, at least they will have something to snack on as they prepare for the championship game.