Chicken Wings

  • babygoats

    babygoats (100)

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    Hello fellow wing lovers and welcome! As a Buffalonian, an inhabitant of the birthplace of the chicken wing, I've always wondered: how do people from around the world feel about chicken wings?

    So, I have some questions for discussion:

    - Do you prefer mild, medium, hot, or suicidal? What about other non-traditional flavors?
    - Bone-in or boneless?
    - Where is the best place (in your opinion) to get chicken wings? (Local or otherwise.)
    - Do you use bleu cheese, ranch, or no dipping sauces at all?
    - What do you typically call chicken wings? (ex: wings, buffalo wings, etc.)
    - Do you eat chicken wings on any special occasions? (ex: during a sporting event)

    Responses are not limited to just the questions above, feel free to discuss whatever you'd like about chicken wings! I'm eager to hear what you guys have to say. Cute
    August 22nd, 2013 at 03:33am
  • folie a dru.

    folie a dru. (1270)

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    I get mine naked and prefer boneless to bone-in. I eat them at my boyfriend's bar and grill.
    August 22nd, 2013 at 03:51am
  • kitsch

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    Chicken wings are sweeeeeet. Thumb up

    I like bone-in chicken wings, for the most part, and I like them suuuuper mild if possible.
    My favourite ones are from Vons Chicken, which is fried "Korean style" because it's this sweet, tangy flavour that's
    not like BBQ sauce, it definitely has Korean BBQ marinade though. It looks like this for the most part, minus the sesame seeds.
    ^ Those are called "golden wings" and they don't require any dipping sauces. You have the option to make it mild or spicy.

    But yeah, for me, Vons Chicken is the best place for me to eat chicken wings other than Pizza Hut or Horse & Cow.

    I don't really eat them for special occasions; unless it's a party where people make their own chicken wings to bring
    to a potluck. I have yet to try the Horse & Cow wings though and they have half price wing days on Wednesdays I believe. Think

    They're a really good pick-me-up food, what can I say.
    August 22nd, 2013 at 03:40pm