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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/11/27 11:21:45 (permalink)
wow, I just reread my post and sorry for the grammar errors, but I'm sure people got the gist of it.


Well, I like to make home made wings and this is how I do it.

1.Fresh wings (wash and pat dry and cut the joints and burn off any remaining hair)

2.Seasoning: sprinkle some paprika, use a little garlic powder, red pepper flakes, cayenne pepper and salt and pepper. Place wings in those big freezer type baggies and leave it in the frig over night. You want all those spices to infuse into the meat.

*For you breaded people Mix all your spices into the flour then bread. Salt and pepper goes on after your bread them. You don't need to coat the wing in milk or egg, they should be sticky from when you washed them. After you you take them out of their over night stay in the frig the wing will look white because the flour is absorbed into the skin and like this because when you fry it the flour does come off. Some people like to re-bread them after they have been in the frig, but trust me you don't need to(overkill).

3.Cooking: I have a little $60 deep fryer from target that does the job nicely, or you could pan fry w/ oil. Fry the wings for 15 mins or until crispy (floating) and let them sit for a minute.

4.Sauce: Pour some Franks Red Hot in a bowl or container in which you will put your wings in. Put some crushed Parmesan cheese and garlic powder in the sauce with some red pepper flakes (eye ball it). Shake wings in sauce and eat(I got this sauce recipe from a buddy of mine).


I'm sorry I can't give you measurements on this stuff, I eyeball everything. You could tweak it any way you like.

I like both breaded and unbreaded wings and they are both tasty.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/11/27 12:23:24 (permalink)
This is my recipe for homemade wings. Not really "Buffalo" wings but just about the best I've tasted. This must be prepared two days in advance.

I can't take full credit because I use the Bon Ton Mini Mart brine method first. Take two dozen wings, split and discard tips. Brine wings overnight in the Bon Ton brine. Take wings and dredge them in flour that's been seasoned with salt, pepper & cayenne. Deep fry at 350 deg. until browned. Put cooked wings in fridge (very important!). This will make the wings nice and chewy when re-fried (I don't like them moist and juicy).

The next day, right before the game, deep fry again in 350 deg. until heated through, about 5 minutes. Make sauce using 2/3 Franks Red Hot and 1/3 butter. Add fresh ground pepper and cayenne pepper to sauce and adjust heat. Toss wings in sauce and serve with your favorite dipping sauce. I prefer Marie's Blue Cheese dressing. These wings are great with a few pints of Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout. And napkins. Lots.

If anyone tries this recipe I would be delighted to hear some feedback!

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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/11/27 13:01:13 (permalink)
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Originally posted by ROHfan

This is my recipe for homemade wings. Not really "Buffalo" wings but just about the best I've tasted. This must be prepared two days in advance.

I can't take full credit because I use the Bon Ton Mini Mart brine method first. Take two dozen wings, split and discard tips. Brine wings overnight in the Bon Ton brine. Take wings and dredge them in flour that's been seasoned with salt, pepper & cayenne. Deep fry at 350 deg. until browned. Put cooked wings in fridge (very important!). This will make the wings nice and chewy when re-fried (I don't like them moist and juicy).

The next day, right before the game, deep fry again in 350 deg. until heated through, about 5 minutes. Make sauce using 2/3 Franks Red Hot and 1/3 butter. Add fresh ground pepper and cayenne pepper to sauce and adjust heat. Toss wings in sauce and serve with your favorite dipping sauce. I prefer Marie's Blue Cheese dressing. These wings are great with a few pints of Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout. And napkins. Lots.

If anyone tries this recipe I would be delighted to hear some feedback!

ROHfan


I'm gonna try it, I'm always up for new things. Thanks!!
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/11/27 13:10:44 (permalink)
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1.Fresh wings (wash and pat dry and cut the joints and burn off any remaining hair).


Man, I hate hairy chicken.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/11/27 14:38:14 (permalink)
And all these years I thought the hair was the best part! Silly me. " />
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/12/07 21:11:02 (permalink)
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Anyone ever try Buffalo Wild Wings?


i used to go to buffalo wild wings as one of my only wing places, cuz there arent to many in milwaukee, but now i wouldnt go there if u payed me... the wings are small expensive and even though i like there hot sauce the chicken is of such poor quality that its almost more fat then meat
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/12/07 21:18:00 (permalink)
battered wings arent buffalo wings at all
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/12/07 21:50:41 (permalink)
I tried the wings from Buffalo Wild Wings yesterday for the first and last time. I ordered the hot and made a point 3 times of asking for a lot of sauce on them. When I got home there was minimal sauce and though they were hot, they didn't taste like a buffalo sauce hot. They tasted more like they were sprinkled with cayenne pepper. I don't know if it's a Texas thing but here (Dallas-Ft Worth metroplex) they are served with as little sauce as possible, you have to ask for them to be wet. I'm from central New York, there the container is usually so full of sauce, you have to be extra careful that it doesn't spill out.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/12/10 11:22:17 (permalink)
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Originally posted by goodeatsfan

battered wings arent buffalo wings at all


But they are soooo tasty and crispy.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/12/12 10:24:01 (permalink)
I just hate the fact that it became a "fad" to eat buffalo wings. I remember in the 90's when you got a wing from somewhere it was usually pretty good.Now you got so many places with so many variations, theyre barely "buffalo wings" at all.

Even if you do get a decent flavor, the quality of the chicken is usually less than desireable.

If youre gonna advertise buffalo wings..sell them.

If you wanna sell honey bbq wings then call it what it is.

JMHO.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2007/12/13 21:47:44 (permalink)
has ne tryed culpeppes in st louis recently? cuz ive heard its gone down hill since i was last there so i want to know if i should go back.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/02 15:48:39 (permalink)
Anyone like any of the Quaker Steak and Lube sauces? My g/f got me a set of 4 sauces, the lickers, hot, suicide, and cajun. Are they any good?
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/02 20:07:40 (permalink)
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Anyone like any of the Quaker Steak and Lube sauces? My g/f got me a set of 4 sauces, the lickers, hot, suicide, and cajun. Are they any good?


And here I thought you were pulling my wing.

http://quakersteak.securetree.com/public/store/default.aspx
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/04 15:18:21 (permalink)
Personally I prefer the smaller wings. Why ? Because they tend to come from younger chickens.

I love PlanetWings wings and I used to go to the one in Newark. But I've largely stopped going there because they switched from smaller wings to larger wings. Planet Wings in Staten Island has good size (not too big) wings, but I don't want to pay $13 in tolls every time I have a hankering for wings !

Chicken Galore, on Rt 35, in Woodbridge, NJ, is pretty good. Not as good as the Planet Wings in Spring Valley, NY, but it's a much shorter drive for me.

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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/04 15:25:51 (permalink)
just remember, if the wing is breaded, it's not a Buffalo wing. It's merely a fried chicken wing with hot sauce.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/04 15:36:02 (permalink)
I'm not a purist, but I'm from FL. I will eat both Buffalo wings and buffalo wings. I just don't like fatty, soggy wings.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/04 15:46:40 (permalink)
Wish we had a good wing place in Delaware. Hear of any?
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/04 21:22:04 (permalink)
Just got home and made some Tyson Hot Wings.Not my first choice, but am tired.I bake them til crispy, and since I didnt have any sour cream to go with my blue cheese, I simply sprinkled the blue cheese on the wings as I was finishing baking..Wonderful!!
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/05 06:38:32 (permalink)
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Just got home and made some Tyson Hot Wings.Not my first choice, but am tired.I bake them til crispy, and since I didnt have any sour cream to go with my blue cheese, I simply sprinkled the blue cheese on the wings as I was finishing baking..Wonderful!!


Great idea, that's thinking out of the box. I guess necessity is indeed the mother of invention. Now you need to get together with NYdan and figure out a way to embed the blue cheese in www.trongs.com.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/05 12:51:35 (permalink)
John-THAT creative I am not...
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/12 11:16:01 (permalink)
I love Buffalo Wild Wings, buffalo wings, and now that they offer free WiFi I can sit on my laptop and post to roadfood.com while I am eating them fresh! EAT FRESH!
If someone can teach me how to post a photo, I could post a photo of me on my laptop @ Buffalo Wild Wings!
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/17 10:46:49 (permalink)
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Originally posted by thediningroom

I love Buffalo Wild Wings, buffalo wings, and now that they offer free WiFi I can sit on my laptop and post to roadfood.com while I am eating them fresh! EAT FRESH!
If someone can teach me how to post a photo, I could post a photo of me on my laptop @ Buffalo Wild Wings!


What kind of sauce did you get and did you like it? My g/f bought 4 sauces from one of their restaurants- med., hot, wild, and blazin. Any good?
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/17 10:49:03 (permalink)
Buffalo Wild Wings is a disgrace
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/17 10:56:28 (permalink)
DINOSAUR BBQ HAS SOME OF THE BEST WINGS I EVER HAD (THEY ARE HUGH,GRILLES,AND TASTY)-I GO THERE FOR THE WINGS/AND BEER SELECTION SOMETIMES.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/17 10:58:06 (permalink)
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DINOSAUR BBQ HAS SOME OF THE BEST WINGS I EVER HAD (THEY ARE HUGH,GRILLES,AND TASTY)-I GO THERE FOR THE WINGS/AND BEER SELECTION SOMETIMES.

sorry about the caps-I did not even realize it when I was typing-have to use them for work
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/17 11:32:11 (permalink)
Some of the best wings I've ever eaten are local to me at Buffalo Wild Wings in Worthington. Their Buffalitos ROCK too!
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/01/18 10:22:06 (permalink)
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Buffalo Wild Wings is a disgrace


A disgrace? Maybe to hot dogs. To wings it's really pretty good. I'll admit the quality is inconsistent, but at least 98% of the time I'm pretty happy. It's easy to get to and the wings are cheap, but I know where to go for the best wings, and it isn't BWW. Favorite sauce is Blazin though
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2008/02/09 14:36:26 (permalink)
The best wings I have had (and I have been eating wings for almost 15 yrs now in various states) are my ex husbands, lol. Non breaded, deep fried fresh wings in a sauce made of Franks Red Hot, butter, fresh garlic, a bit of chili powder and freshly cracked black pepper. Even our 11 yr old son loves these, and it's easy to customize heat with fresh peppers.

Restaurant wise, I have never had any in the NY area, but most I have had in OR, DC, VA, CT, AL, MO, MI and WA are just not as good as those we make here at home. JMO, of course.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2009/07/06 14:48:50 (permalink)
If you are ever in Atlanta or the Southeast, here are the best buffalo wings in Atlanta

There are a few restaurants on the list not in Atlanta but that's where I have wings most often since I live there.
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RE: Best Buffalo Wings 2009/07/06 15:27:19 (permalink)
Best wings I have ever had were at the Bidwell Tavern in Coventry, CT.  I also used to bar tend there :-) Giving me more than ample time to sample all 30+ varieties.  they are a naked spiced wings, friend to crispy awesomeness, then finished with sauce.  I prefer traditional buffalo wing sauce, but some of their combos are too good to pass up.


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