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The Commissioner
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It's that time of the year. Big time NFL football requires wings.

What's your poison?

How do you prepare them - fried, baked, grilled, smoked?

Favorite sauces?

I gots to know.
I'm kind of a minimalist when it comes to wings. I have done them all kinds of ways, but for me, chicken wings are all about the seasonings and sauce. I don't need fried wings. You could batter and fry a cat turd and folks would eat it. Today I got 3 packs of pre-cut wings, tossed them with some garlic powder, onion powder, green salt, black pepper, and a good chili powder and let them sit in the fridge for a few hours. Air-fried them and tossed them with a few tablespoons of butter and sauce. I used Frank's Buffalo sauce on half of them, Moore's on the other. I think I prefer Franks but they were both good.
Seasoned and baked then lathered with Sweet Baby Ray’s wing sauce.
I’m a fan of their BBQ sauce but have never tried their wing sauce
Recently I’ve started grilling mine, then hitting them with a dry rub and air frying for about 5 min to give a bit of texture to the crust
Recently I’ve started grilling mine, then hitting them with a dry rub and air frying for about 5 min to give a bit of texture to the crust

Do you sauce them?
Do you sauce them?

You can.

Personally I lean more toward a dry wing that I dip, instead of a wing thats coated in sauce... just my preference.

I also marinate mine which adds a layer of flavor. Italian Seasoning, Soy Sauce, Worchestershire sauce, Buffalo sauce, Ranch dressing.
I like 'em in pretty much any way, shape or form and I prefer the flats.
We rarely eat them anymore but, when we do, I go the easy way....Hooter's breading and a mixture of Hooter's Hot & 3-Mile Island hot sauces cook 'em in the air-fryer. The breading is really good....very light...not like the batter-dipped wings served at the restaurants.
If I'm not feeling Buffalo style, which is rare, I'll shake them in Old Bay. I always serve them with a side of ranch and celery too.

As an aside....the best Buffalo style wings that we ever had were in Buffalo, (no surprise there), and it was not at the Anchor Bar. At the advice of more than one local, (and the 350+lb Uber driver :LOL: ) we went to Gabriel's Gate. They were insanely good.
My wingz


I just settled all my lawsuits, **** you Debbie. This looks like a job for me. 😜
Want to talk minimalist... deep fried, salt and pepper...

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