I picked up a Buffalo Wing habit down in Texas. Now I live in NYC. So does my friend Tony. We need wings. [more inside]
Where would one find excellent Old Bay Seasoned wings in Ocean City, MD? [more inside]
In which episode of "Wings" does Lowell pretend to be Fay's boyfriend? [more inside]
Can you help identify this old airline pin? It's an angular bird with a curved beak and blue markings on the tail, about the size of a normal airline "wings" pin, probably from the 1960s or earlier. [more inside]
A saw a winged bug today, but don't know what it was. Can you help me identify this bug even though I have no foto, only a description? [more inside]
Why do some of the stained glass angels in my church have one wing pointed up and one wing pointed down? [more inside]
I fell in love with, and bought, a big expensive pair of black wings at an anime con earlier this year. I would love to actually get some use out of them and wear them at Halloween, but... as what? Ideally, what could I go as that I wouldn't have to constantly explain what I was supposed to be? [more inside]
How do I make a good hot wing sauce with no access to Frank's? [more inside]
Book-Finding Filter: I'm looking for a middle-grade book about a girl who buys a huge pair of wings and glues them to her back. [more inside]
I'm clueless about preparing chicken wings, any suggestions? [more inside]
How long can I safely keep steamed chicken wings in the refrigerator before baking them? [more inside]
OK, so I've been eating a lot of fried chicken parts (maybe that's a question for another time). Yesterday it was buffalo wings. Today, regular ol' fried chicken. Today I was eating the drumstick and I started to wonder why it was so much bigger than the drumsticks from the wings I had yesterday. I thought maybe the chickens are bigger? Or maybe they're a different kind of chicken? Or maybe it's something else? I obviously tried googling, but I couldn't come up with a good string of keywords. Is this really obvious and I'm missing it? Help please!
There's a wing place in town called 'Just Wing'n it' that has a wing sauce called "Hot Boston" that I crave. Im posting in hopes that someone who works / worked there can tell me how to make it.
My friends and I, all hot wings connoisseurs, would love to get our hands on the sauce that Cluck-u Chicken franchises use on their hot wings - specifically the nuclear, thermonuclear, and global sauces. Can anyone point us to a website that tells us what the magic ingredients are? Can any former employees tell us how the sauce is purchased? I'm guessing individual stores get it in powder form and then add water. Maybe someone would be nice enough to transcribe the list of ingredients? Also do Cluck-U locations add the sauce exclusively after making the wings?
What are your favourite failed flight inventions? [more inside]
Vaguely remembered movie filter: Girl is dressed as angel, running from a fire (house is burning down). [more inside]
I keep seeing a weird decal on cars- it's a circle, maybe 8" diameter, with this weird hawk-man thing inside flexing its wings/arms and screaming. This is in Minneapolis- I don't know if this is purely local, or nationwide. Does anyone know what the hell it signifies? Is it some sort of hawkman army planning a violent revolt?