ESPN Made a Sizzling Spice Blend to Heat Up Food During Postseason Football

Postseasoning is meant to match the intensity of playoff games

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When the stakes are raised during postseason football, fans’ experience can feel even more heightened. To match the intensity of the sport, ESPN is offering viewers something that can elevate their pregame cooking as well: a special spice blend named Postseasoning.

The custom seasoning is a zesty mix of salt, onion, gochugaru (Korean chili powder), garlic paprika, black pepper and cayenne. 

ESPN suggests pairing Postseasoning with a variety of dishes, such as brisket, mac n’ cheese or even—if you’re really brave—your breakfast cereal. 

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