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What Our Super Bowl Menu Would Look Like if Our Celebrity Chef Friends Made It

We can pretend that Justin Warner is our BFF and making us his pizza ball for game day: here, we round up the best of the celebrity chefs’ Super Bowl-theemd recipes for Super Bowl XLVIII, because this is what celebrity chefs have to do these days. Make fatty, delicious foods for us to enjoy while pretending to watch football.*

Below, the recipes from our celebrity chef friends that are making us drool the most.

Michael Mina’s Rocky Mountain Chili [CHOW]

Droooooooool. We will never resist a delicious chili, especially when Mina makes it for us.

Spike Mendelsohn’s Spicy Fire Wings [Bravo TV]

Yes, please!

Mario Batali’s Beef and Fontina Pinwheels with Spicy Corn Salsa [Parade]

It was tough just picking one recipe we wanted from Batali’s recipe-off with Michael Symon, but man — a tenderloin roast is how to class up a Super Bowl party.

Michael Symon’s Midwestern Fried Chicken [Parade]

This is fried chicken done right.

Rick Bayless’ Queso Fundido Burger with Trio of Guacamole [Bravo TV]

If there’s one thing this Colorado girl can appreciate, it’s a motherfuckin’ green chili. Rick, you know the way to our hearts.

Justin Warner’s Big Game Pizza Ball [Food Network]

We had to say it: Justin, we like your balls. Pizza balls, that is.

*JK, we’ll be watching the game. Go Broncos, from your very biased Coloradan editor!

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