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Only two wings per bird. Add Adam Smith's "Invisible Hand" of the marketplace and voila.
Some Asian styles of preparation - Chinese and Thai - get them just the way I like: cooked thoroughly and the skin very crispy. As for Chicken feet, I got to try those once in China. It felt like gnawing on a little finger.
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Speaking of chicken feet I cant even find them here anymore and I live in North Carolina where we can still get delicacies like tripe,liver pudding,head cheese,lights/lung and chitterlings.
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I remember a thread on here not too long ago about a pizza delivery guy getting robbed at gunpoint by two thugs.
All they demanded was that the delivery guy "give up the wings."
So to answer the question, yes, someone has already taken it to step one. Killin for them hasn't begun. Yet.
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Maybe they could use that "genetic manipulation stuff" and produce chickens with 4 wings.
If you watch for sales, raw wings can be had (around here) for .99c a pound, regularly at 1.99 a pound, so the regular price is consistent with what Ram Rod posted.
Recently Mrs H found them at .99 cents a pound and decided to see if she could make her own hot wings. It turned out really really easy. She and I both thought making the sauce would be tricky. It wasn't. All she did was mix some ketchup, Louisiana Hot Sauce, and some cooking oil. You play around with proportions till you get what you like, but she hit it straight out of the park on the on first try. She pan fried the wings, slapped the hot sauce together, and bingo.
Her home made wings were every bit as good as the stuff at our local hot-wings restaurant, a fraction of the cost, and fun to make.
When this thread popped up I asked her how much the wings cost. That got her mind going, and guess what we are eating tonight.
Do please remember to cook all chicken well. Assume that every piece of it is full of the wee critters that give you the runs and plan on cooking them to death. That goes double and triple if you have young kids, old folks, someone who takes antacids, or have anyone with a serious illness eating at your table.
We do make our own wings here at home seeing as its so expensive to buy a dozen from any restaurant now. I used to be a cook back in my youth, and my wife used to work at a deli, so we both had experience making them anyway.
Our favorite way is to dredge the rinsed, raw wings in a mixture of flour, salt, pepper, and paprika and then deep fry. This gives them a nice crunchy skin.
After that, you can coat them in any sauce you want by shaking in a sealed container. I like mine with a traditional cayenne pepper sauce like Frank's (or Durkee's) Red Hot with a little butter and a splash of apple cider vinegar. My wife and kids prefer the honey wings, which is just Duck Sauce. They also like them with a thicker teriyaki sauce.
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I used to go to a local bar that had all you can eat wing night for $2! They quit doing that quite a while ago! I took a co-worker that just moved up here from Odessa at the time. He was disgusted that we would eat them and said they just fed them to the hogs back home. Cajun-ranch are my favorite! There ain't a self-respecting bar or pizza shop around here that doesn't serve them and they better be good because we have a whole lot of bars and pizza shops around here.
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For some super kick sauce, follow the receipe posted by PA_MATHEWS_MAN posted about 4 down. http://forums.mathewsinc.com/archery...-recipe-78706/
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One of the main reasons I posted the question is because I now work at one of the nation's largest manufacturers of marinades and sauces that contracts for one of the nation's largest producers of chicken and chicken products. I can get samples any time, and I've got a fridge full already. I like mine hot BTW. Lip burning, nose hair twisting, sweat pouring down your forehead hot! Thing is with wings, the skin is what takes in most of the sauce, and skin on wings is tight compared to the drumsticks and thighs (which I like dark meat for my chicken).
All you can eat wing night for $2 would be a steal IMO!
I don't know, but dang it,, I like em.
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They (wings) are are the reason for pig's feet leaving the menu in many a bar. Come to think of it, I haven't seen any hard boiled eggs in a bar recently........
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