Buffalo Hot Wings

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by William Rennick, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. No, this is not a thread about the tragic plane crash. Getting ready to throw a trading party and need a good recipe.

    Rachel Ray Rennick out:cool:
  2. Chit-Chat.
  3. It's for a TRADING Party you twit.
  4. The news said that they are going to investigate the crash. I say none needed. The pilot was a Broad. Enough said.

    Rennick Bunker out:cool:
  5. I had forgotten how dumb and backwards _some_ people from Georgia can be. Thanks for reminding me. I'm glad I don't live there anymore.

    Here is what I picture you and your chicken wing party will look like:

    <img src=http://aycu30.webshots.com/image/26669/2005339268652128884_rs.jpg>

    Am I close?
  6. More like this...

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    Red Rennick out :cool:
  7. ok, fair enough. Well, do you want to grill your wings or in the oven? I go between naked on the grill (with a little sauce at the end) and breaded myself. Here is a recent recipe I tried for breaded and it was excellent. You can also make a basting sauce using the wing tips which keeps them moist when grilling but is more work.

    <img src=http://www.dizzypigbbq.com/images/RecipeImages/Wings/WingsTonight.jpg>



    Below is a forum about ceramic grilling and there are tons of wing recipes.


    brock "Connoisseur of fine chicken wings" landers out :cool:
  8. Thanks pal,, looks great.
  9. never seen a greasy pile of shit like that for some time :D
  10. well, what did you expect when you clicked on a link for "Buffalo Hot Wings"? We are not going for healthy you know... just good wings. The two are mutually exclusive. Oh, and when you grill the wings, most of the fat renders and drips down into the charcoal. You are seeing mostly sauce on those wings but you probably didn't know that. :p
    #10     Feb 13, 2009