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2010/10/05 15:05:12 (permalink)

Chicken wings, Pics

Indeed we smoke ours before we deep fry and sauce, mild medium, hot, and yeow, I think I just licked the Sun.

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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2010/10/05 15:25:40 (permalink)
    Wow that is a lot of food.
     
    Do you ever consider throwing them on the grill to finish them (ala' Brickyard) ???
     
    Grilled wings are the #1 thing I miss from Florida ... but, I digress.  Sorry.
     
    Meanwhile, I gotta get to your place.  Can I rent a room out back ???
     
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2010/10/05 16:54:26 (permalink)
    wheregreggeats.com

    Wow that is a lot of food.

    Do you ever consider throwing them on the grill to finish them (ala' Brickyard) ???

    Grilled wings are the #1 thing I miss from Florida ... but, I digress.  Sorry.

    Meanwhile, I gotta get to your place.  Can I rent a room out back ???



    I like to deep fry them to make sure all the skin is crispy, we smoke them to about 90% done, finish in the fryer then sauce them. I got rid of my charbroiler, with the smoker, flat top, and charbroiler, going all at once it was eating me alive in propane costs. I'm not in a city limit so no Natural gas lines. I got a nice walk in you can shack up in, you'll need a REAL good sleeping bag though!
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2010/10/05 22:51:44 (permalink)
    I had hot Buffalo wings  for lunch today at my favorite go to dive. A big Bloke special, a pound of wings, and a 20 oz draft beer $7.99, but I would have to believe your smoked version would be a tasty treat. I am getting tired of plain deep fried and your smoke method would certainly kick them up a notch.
     
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2010/10/06 12:04:17 (permalink)
    a (Buffalo) wing expert here....those look mouthwateringly good.
     
    When I bake at home, I chuck 'em under the broiler to crisp and finish. So, a little crisp-up from there, sauce and boom, those look so goooooood!
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2010/10/27 13:47:13 (permalink)
    Ok, I've got my dinner. What are you making for everyone else?
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2010/10/27 16:15:05 (permalink)
    Wintem01

    Ok, I've got my dinner. What are you making for everyone else?


    Tonight I am hosting a political rally for 4 local candidates for County Commissioner, all you can eat buffet, $50.00 donation, I don't get a dime, .05 cent drafts, expecting 200+, we seat 120, LOL, gonna be a zoo.
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2010/12/14 15:45:46 (permalink)
    Are you saying you supply all the food free?
    Or
    Does the 50 bucks cover the groceries?
    Either way, your very generous.
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2010/12/14 16:06:15 (permalink)
    Those wings look terrific.  Are they roaster wings, Chewy?
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2010/12/15 12:31:50 (permalink)
    MellowRoast

    Those wings look terrific.  Are they roaster wings, Chewy?

    No, Mellow, my supplier calls them jumbo wings, and indeed they are. Some wings you see in some places look like Sparrow wings!

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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/18 21:10:23 (permalink)
    I keep coming back and looking at those wing pictures.
    They are some of the best looking wings, I have ever seen. Shake them in Buffalo wing sauce, serve with a cold draft beer and football fans will be lining up.
    If you have a large screen TV that is.
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/19 00:15:30 (permalink)
    It's nothing personal, but I am unable to understand why anyone would even consider wanting to eat the wing of a dead bird. God knows I've tried because I always want to be fair about things. I've even eaten a wing at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo. Still, I can find no logical reason why sentient beings would consider the wing of a chicken to be a comestible.
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/19 06:09:54 (permalink)
    Michael, could it be because it taste good to some folks?
     
    Among the wings, most establishments serve what I call the small leg.  It is also very good and in fact, a lot of restaurants charge more for this morsel.
     
    Believe it or not, I have found that Hooters serve fresh and hot out of the fryer, chicken wings which are a combination of wings and little legs or whatever you call them.
     
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/19 09:39:18 (permalink)
    Well, Mr. Hoffman, if you don't enjoy wings, I suppose that leaves more for the rest of us.  Win-win situation if you abstain.
    When I was a child, I always got to eat the wings when my mother pan fried chicken.  She bought a whole chicken from a butcher's shop (not the supermarket) and cut it up herself --and she always cut the breast crosswise into two pieces -- a wishbone piece and a breast piece.  She would never have dreamed of just splitting the breast  down the middle at the breastbone.  The only place I know that still serves chicken cut up like that is Hollyhock Hill in Indianapolis.
    My mom had grown up on a farm in Illinois and didn't consider supermarket chickens to be worth eating.  As I grew older, the butcher shop started carrying extra parts, and she'd buy four extra wings and fry them along with the rest of the chicken so I could have more to eat.  I can stilll devour a "pile" of wings at one sitting.
    Nowadays, of course, packages of disjointed "wingettes" (either just the drumstick-type piece, or both parts, minus the tips) are commonplace in most supermarkets.  My mom always fried the wings whole. When I pan-fry them myself, I do prefer the disjointed ones to the whole wings. 
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/19 10:15:19 (permalink)
    Wings are ideal for broths.  They contain a lot of skin, meat, fat and collagen which result in flavor.  The bones add gelatin.
     
    Just remember to strain out the bones, skin and cartilage prior to serving.  You'll have the best broth ever and the naysayers will never know.
    post edited by mar52 - 2011/01/19 11:41:42
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/19 12:08:20 (permalink)
    Great idea, Chewie.  There's a big catering outfit up the road that cranks up one of their big BBQ pit trailers in their parking lot every Friday afternoon and sells various smoked goodies "retail."  Sometimes I pick up a bag of wings to bring home.  The wife has been turbo-baking them to crisp them up a bit, but with your deep fryer hot and at hand, I'm sure that works better!
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/19 17:10:47 (permalink)
    The wings look great. 
     
    Personally, I don't eat the skin of any chicken even though I realize that's where all the sauce and taste is.  I can't handle the fat content. 
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/19 18:46:46 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    It's nothing personal, but I am unable to understand why anyone would even consider wanting to eat the wing of a dead bird. God knows I've tried because I always want to be fair about things. I've even eaten a wing at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo. Still, I can find no logical reason why sentient beings would consider the wing of a chicken to be a comestible.

    I have always found wings of dead chickens to be the best. Far better than roadkill possum. Look at it this way, Michael Hoffman. Do you like ham?
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/19 19:12:25 (permalink)
    I've never eaten roadkilled opossum, but I do like roasted opossum. As to ham? Yes, I like ham. That has what to do with chicken's wings?
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/25 19:50:41 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    It's nothing personal, but I am unable to understand why anyone would even consider wanting to eat the wing of a dead bird.  I can find no logical reason why sentient beings would consider the wing of a chicken to be a comestible.

    I find the wing off a dead bird much better than off a live one and where does ham come from which you like. The arse of a dead pig. So my point is, why do you find it so hard to understand what other people enjoy. I do believe you toy with us.
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/26 12:05:54 (permalink)
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    Michael Hoffman

    It's nothing personal, but I am unable to understand why anyone would even consider wanting to eat the wing of a dead bird.  I can find no logical reason why sentient beings would consider the wing of a chicken to be a comestible.

    I find the wing off a dead bird much better than off a live one and where does ham come from which you like. The arse of a dead pig. So my point is, why do you find it so hard to understand what other people enjoy. I do believe you toy with us.

    I would never toy with you because it's not nice to play with people who can't figure out how the toys work.

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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/26 12:32:52 (permalink)
    Well, having no opinion one way or the other because I have eaten the occasional wing, you must also remember that it was some sentient being stood back and said "Hmmm...I think I'll eat the next thing that comes out of that chicken's butt"
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/26 12:39:55 (permalink)
    I think that might have been the same guy who looked at an oyster and said, "that looks good."
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/26 12:42:23 (permalink)
    brisketboy

    Well, having no opinion one way or the other because I have eaten the occasional wing, you must also remember that it was some sentient being stood back and said "Hmmm...I think I'll eat the next thing that comes out of that chicken's butt"

    Which is why I challenged someone/anyone on another thread to ask Mr. Hoffman if he ate eggs, to which he replied that he did and ate fish eggs as well.
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2011/01/26 12:52:25 (permalink)
    Or the guy that looked at his first cow and said "Know what, I'm gonna drink whatever comes out of that multi spigot bag hangin off that black and white creature in that there field."
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2012/02/15 05:32:43 (permalink)
    I like chicken wings verymuch....ummmmmm i like poultry and i work on chicken coop too so i like all about chicekn.
     
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2012/02/15 08:37:43 (permalink)
    chewingthefat

    Indeed we smoke ours before we deep fry and sauce, mild medium, hot, and yeow, I think I just licked the Sun.



    While I'm no professional chef, I do a LOT of bbq-ing and smoking, entering local contests even. I grill my wings on a Weber with hickory chips. When done, I baste and turn several times while basting with a concoction of my bbq sauce thinned with Frank's Hot Sauce until slightly carmelized. Everybody loves 'em!
     
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2012/02/15 08:46:05 (permalink)
    wow...look great!!!!!
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2012/02/15 16:51:41 (permalink)
    Lots of places around here do "char-grilled" wings now, and to be honest, most places over-char and over-salt them, so they're all dried out. The best way for me is smoked then deep fried, and finished with a good'n spicy bbq sauce. The best of all worlds, IMHO.
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    Re:Chicken wings, Pics 2012/02/15 17:38:11 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    It's nothing personal, but I am unable to understand why anyone would even consider wanting to eat the wing of a dead bird. God knows I've tried because I always want to be fair about things. I've even eaten a wing at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo. Still, I can find no logical reason why sentient beings would consider the wing of a chicken to be a comestible.

    I agree. I eat buffalo wings from small dead buffalos.
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