Run faster than Devin Hester to get ingredients for these Super Bowl recipes from Chicago's top chefs

Because the loss of Jay Cutler already broke your heart, you might as well break enough bread this Sunday to finish the job off, which is why we got some of the city's culinary gods (and goddesses) to come up with these artery-clogging, easy-to-make recipes.

Manchego and Piquillo SpreadSarah Grueneberg, Spiaggia The Top Cheftestant has a simple plan for simultaneously introducing cheese and mayo to your system, whether on potato chips, hearty crackers, or fresh bread. Just whip it up the day before so the flavors can meld into a winning combination overnight, making it like the NY Giants of spreads.

Are you not Manchego enough to make this here recipe?

Honey Harissa Chicken LegsJustin White, Small Bar With only four ingredients (OK, not including cooking oil) and the same number of steps (OK, not including "serve with celery"), these simple drumsticks come out loaded with the sweet & spicy flavors of North Africa, and are therefore probably popular with Morocko Cartwright.

Taste Tunisia even if you have no idea where it is

Jalapeno Popper SlidersAllen Sternweiler, Butcher & The Burger The meat mecca has combined two game-day staples, essentially turning a jalapeno popper inside-out, then stuffing it between two buns, something Jay Cutler didn't do nearly enough of under center with his hands this season.

Coolio would call them Jalapeno Popper Slide-Sliders, but that doesn't really matter