My desert island food
Imagine you were ship wrecked on a desert island and only one food magically grows on trees. What delectable would it be? I’d pick wings, any and all varieties; Buffalo, Teriyaki, BBQ, Caribbean, Honey Mustard, Cajun, Smoky Sweet. Yum! Maybe I wouldn’t need rescuing.
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York in 1979, they’d been serving wings in many local establishments for more than a decade. I love these finger food wings dipped in cool bleu cheese sauce served along crunchy crisp celery sticks. I’m a dyed in the wool bleu cheese fan anyway so these little paragons covered in some heat and bleu was a match made in heaven. It was love at first messy bite. I was a wing lover before wings were cool.
Back in the 60’s and even 70’s you could buy chicken wings at the local market for $.19 to .29 a pound. They were mostly purchased for chicken stock and considered a throw away part of the bird. Years before I tried a version of Teressa’s famous Buffalo wings with cayenne hot pepper sauce and butter I’d already been making several wing recipes. With the demand and popularity of wings becoming an appetizer favorite, now wings are often more per pound than drums and thighs. But their worth it! They’re easy to make and for $5-$8 of wings you can make a huge platter of wingettes at home compared to a small plate the same money would buy at a restaurant or diner.
How can you host your Super Bowl party without wings? Everyone is expecting to roll up their sleeves and chow down on these finger lickin’ wonders. My ‘Super (Bowl) Wings’ series features three savory wings recipes. Whether you serve a carousel of all three or loads of one version, offer lots of crunchy, healthy, crisp vegetables spread in an array of vibrant colors with dipping sauces to balance the richness and spiciness of the wings.
February 2—Smoky Sweet Wings with Homemade Ranch
February 3—Teriyaki Wings with Dipping Sauce
Inspiration—Saucy Cuisine Kitchen
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