Do you like your chicken wings with BBQ sauce or Hot sauce?

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  1. cheater87

    cheater87 Registered Member

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    I LOVE hot sauce on mine.
     
  2. MikeBCda

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    I'm not crazy about wings myself, I feel they're like ribs -- too little meat for too much work (the kind of ribs we get on our budget, anyway).

    But my wife does like them, and she'll get them along with our pizza when we send out. And her favorite is honey-garlic.
     
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    While liberally sauced...I eat the wings w/my fingers. It's very painful!!

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    I'll eat them either way no chicken wing is safe around this bird. :D But I prefer BBQ sauce.
     
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    i like teh honey-bbq wings @ KFC. i tried teh ones w/ buffalo sauce, but they were too hot and i didnt like the flavor.
     
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    HOT BBQ SAUCE :D :D
     
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    ...I did just think of this after reading the last two posts...some BBQ sauces are to sweet :p I like a little "tang" to them. Go easy on the sugar and sweeteners ;)
     
  8. ~*Nat*~

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    I like the wings with Hot Sauce.

    But in general I prefer chicken breast. I think it supposed to make your, uh,
    chest area grow. :D
    But I could be wrong.
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  9. Ailric

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    I live close to the Motherland of Wings (Buffalo, NY) and here's my take:

    Every place seems to make wings differently. I had wings in a restaurant in Vermont that were MICROWAVED! YUKKK...

    The Anchor Bar in Buffalo (the original) uses a ratio of 3 parts butter to one part Frank's Red Hot Sauce. A small amount of cider vinegar and garlic powder may be added. The wings must be patted dry first, then deep fried until crisp, then mixed with the sauce.

    La Nova (also in Buffalo) makes barbequed wings to die for… they are sweet, tangy and smoky.

    I like the barbequed just a little more than Buffalo wings, but not much more.
     
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    i LOVE Frank's hot sauce and wing sauce
     
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    When i was a kid chicken wings were mostly discarded. Go figure. :blink:



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  12. Cochise

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    Your right Nat.........your WRONG:D :D :D....but just in case your right...any ideas which part of the chicken us men should be eating??......*puppy* :D


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  13. Cochise

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    It didn't take you long to wander of Topic..........:D :D :D :D


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    Chise......Now THATS funny !!!!!

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  15. Cochise

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    Thanks Bro':D ..........As we're on the Bar-B-Qin' theme I thought a bit of good ole British music would be fittin'...........so pass around the Apple-jack and throw the ole log cabin on the fire.........and take your partners for the Black-Maria.......:D

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  16. ~*Nat*~

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    Well...that's a bummer that I'm WRONG. :(

    But oh well. Live goes on,right ? :D

    About what men should be eating. I haven't the foggiest idea.
    Don't know too much about a chickens anatomy. :D



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    It's a good thing that Chise cleared that one up, Clucky! With all of the wings I've consumed over the past milenium I'd be wearing a "Bro"....or is it a "Manzier"?

    No over the shoulder boulder for me, Svelt ed
     
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    The feet are quite tasty. I first tried them while vacationing in SE asia. ;) :D


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    Totally off-topic here -- but I couldn't resist the "chicken's anatomy" lead-in ...

    The woman goes to the butcher and asks what he's got good that day, that he'd recommend. "Excellent calves' tongue today, ma'am" he replies.

    "Yucchh, I couldn't eat anything that came out of an animal's mouth. Give me a dozen eggs instead."
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  20. ~*Nat*~

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    Yuck ! :gack: But, hey snowbound...

    Do you have big feet by any chance ?? :eek: :D



    MikeBCda...nice one, :D ...but *YUCK* again !! :gack:

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  21. Cochise

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    Well I suppose it stops the chickens running away while your making your mind up which other bit you fancy.........:D :D

    I wonder if thats were the saying "Stump up for a chicken dinner" comes from?..


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    Hey Chise,

    Do you eat chicken w/your fingers or do you eat your fingers seperately?

    Gnaw on that one Chief, Fingering ed
     
  23. snowbound

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    Lol,

    if u think that is bad, when a chicken is ordered, little is wasted as it is served almost whole(guts excluded) kind of flat on a plate, head included.

    It was a little unnerving to eat, with it staring up at u and all. :eek: ;) :D


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  24. ~*Nat*~

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    Oh Nooo...how gross! :blink:

    Each to their own....different countries...different food- eating styles and PARTS ! :eek:
    But I have my limits to what I EVER even consider *Trying* !! o_O :p :D
     
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    I was once served a trout with the head still on. It looked at me too. :eek:
     
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