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Old 02-23-2009, 05:00 AM   #11
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Must be different rules in Utah...
Nope it the same everywhere.
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Nope it the same everywhere.
Well, wear your apron while tending to the deep fryer in the kitchen...wouldn't want to get splashed!

The men will be out by the grill, with a beer and a cigar!
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Old 02-23-2009, 05:27 AM   #13
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Well, wear your apron while tending to the deep fryer in the kitchen...wouldn't want to get splashed!

The men will be out by the grill, with a beer and a cigar!
Ill be out fighting crime. Aprons interfere with my round house.
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Old 02-23-2009, 05:31 AM   #14
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nothing better than franks and honey mixed together. now that's some good wangs.

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Old 02-23-2009, 06:17 AM   #15
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Ill be out fighting crime. Aprons interfere with my round house.
Good answer!

Well I don't want to stand in the way of fighting crime. Tie that apron in the back, use it as a cape!
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Have you got a grill? I strongly prefer grilled wings over deep-fried. The grill gives them a wonderful flavor, and a lot of the fat renders out resulting in a healthier and less greasy wing. I use a dry rub with both chile and brown sugar, and grill them over fairly high heat...keeping a close eye on them to avoid burning. Once they are evenly crispy, I toss them into the sauce.
I will agree with you. A grilled chicken wing is quite tasty. Try smoking a batch of wings. It takes longer but they turn out pretty damn good.
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Old 02-23-2009, 01:28 PM   #17
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Here's a recipe from Alton Brown's show. I haven't done it but it's on my list.

Buffalo Wings Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network
I have made them. While they are a little bit of a pain in the ass they are REALLY good. I dont like frying things at home and this is perfect for that.
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Old 02-23-2009, 02:21 PM   #18
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I could even use the original kettle. That's the one I make beer with.
Never. Ever. EVER use your brewpot for anything else than beer. Unless you want your beer to taste like chicken wings from there out.

I haven't tried Alton's recipe yet, but I will say every recipe of his I've done is fantastic. When I make 'em, I just coat 'em in seasoned flour (salt, pepper, cayenne, garlic powder, onion powder, etc), then egg wash, then seasoned flour again. Let 'em sit for 10 mins or so while the peanut oil's heating. 10 mins at 365°, then toss 'em in some Franks hot sauce (sometimes with some melted butter in it too). If you don't like 'em too saucy, put 'em on a sheet pan in the oven at it's lowest setting for a few minutes.

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+1 on the grilled wings. Try it for a new twist; you won't be disapointed. Just be sure not to let the skin blacken; beware of flare-ups. Also, +1 on Frank's for the sauce. Can't beat it. I cook these all the time, and my friends prefer them over fried wings. Plus they are healthier, as previously mentioned (if you care about longevity and such).
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Now I'm off to go buy some wings. I got a hankerin.

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I've made wings from scratch in the turkey fryer (I've actually fried turkeys as well) but when a bunch of guys are watching fights and getting their drink on the Tyson frozen wings are fairly decent.

Not a replacement for doing your own fry-up, but good in a pinch.

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