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Comment from: Psychgrad [Visitor]
PsychgradI totally agree about the best chicken wings being home made. I find restaurant wings are usually really tiny or abnormally large (as if they've been injected with some strange growth hormone cocktail). I make my wings similarly to yours - but without the buttermilk and baked in the oven, rather than frying. I'd definitely like to try the buttermilk step.
10/15/08 @ 17:36
Comment from: kat [Visitor]
katThey look good but they are always too hot for me!
10/15/08 @ 18:14
Comment from: Abby @ mangerlaville [Visitor]
Abby @ mangerlavilleThese look incredible. I can't wait to make these. My boyfriend loves them, but restaurant wings are just not that great, I can't wait to surprise him with these.
10/16/08 @ 00:25
claudia (cook eat FRET)oh how i love these
LOVE these
i like them super crispy so the littel boney ends crunch and you can eat them

i am NOT BUYING A DEEP FRYER
NO WAY
NOOOOOOO WAYYYYYYYYYYYY
10/16/08 @ 10:35
Comment from: Nikki [Visitor]
NikkiI love football. I love wings. I've been frying in my stock pot lately, to prevent splatter and facilitate an efficient clean-up.

But I luh da wings. Did you use Frank's?
10/16/08 @ 22:41
Comment from: Judy [Visitor]
JudyYou have to make them at home...there is no other way to get them how you like them. I haven't had wings in so long and I think that is about to change!
10/17/08 @ 13:36
Comment from: robin [Visitor]
robinNot a football fan - but certainly a hot-wings fan! :>>
10/18/08 @ 12:07
Comment from: Foodycat [Visitor]
FoodycatOh my. Those look amazing! The tips about resting them after they've been dusted in flour and the stint in the oven after frying are both very interesting. I really want to make these! But no football please.
10/18/08 @ 13:08
Comment from: Kim [Visitor]
KimDonald, I just watched a Bobby Flay buffalo wing showdown last week. Hands down you could of beaten them both. No kidding either, these look incredible. Claudia has more will power than I do, I know I will cave and buy a deep fryer.
10/18/08 @ 15:54
Comment from: Donald [Member] Email
DonaldPsychgrad: I like the wings at Whole Paychex. They are big but not like steriod big. Oven frying is a healthy option.

Kat: Too hot? You can use a milder sauce. That's the cool thing about making your own. You control the heat.

Abby: Thanks. Let me know how they turn out.

Claudia: No deep fryer? How about a dutch oven and a candy thermometer?

Hélène: Make up a batch. You won't be dissappointed.

Nikki: Yup. I always use Franks. Have tried several others over the years, but Franks is the winner. THE best flavor.

Judy: I am always happiest when I make them Almost always disappointed when I get them take-away.

Robin: No football? WTF???? That's okay, you can still make these.

Foodycat: Thanks! The rest helps the coating stay on. The stint in the oven helps reheat all at once and keeps them from being undercooked.

Kim: That's nice of you to say. But me beat Bobby Flay? I don't know, but I'd sure like to try. I NEED my deep fryer. It makes the best French fries.
10/18/08 @ 15:55
Comment from: RobinSue [Visitor]
RobinSueFantastic recipe you have here. Loved the step by step and photos. Thanks!
10/20/08 @ 08:54
Comment from: rachel [Visitor]
rachelI went to college in Buffalo, New York, and need my wings fix now and again. This looks great!
10/26/08 @ 09:21
Comment from: White On Rice Couple [Visitor]
White On Rice CoupleHeck yeah! Homemade buffalo wings all the way, thanks you so much!!!
Your pictures are just crazy good, wicked. Won't you come to CA and live next door to us? We'll provide the beer!
10/26/08 @ 17:53
[eatingclub] vancouver || jsOoh, ooh, ooh, ooh. . .buffalo wings! These look absolutely phenomenal!
10/28/08 @ 02:29
Comment from: Su-Lin [Visitor]
Su-LinI love buffalo wings but like many of the other commenters, hate deep frying. Do you reckon we could somehow broil the wings in an oven?
10/28/08 @ 19:22
Comment from: Donald [Member] Email
DonaldSu-Lin: I would think that baking them would be better as they have a coating. I have never tried broiling them though.
10/28/08 @ 19:47
Comment from: maris [Visitor]
marisWow...even though I'm not a big fan of buffalo wings, I have a lot of male friends who would love me if I made these! I don't have a deep fryer but I'm sure I could work around that with a frying pan and some oil :)
10/30/08 @ 09:57
Comment from: Erin [Visitor]
ErinThese wing photos are amazing Donald! Love your mention of "Sam the Butcher" too :)
11/14/08 @ 10:15
Comment from: Olga [Visitor]
OlgaThis jsut made me very hungry! Haven't had wings in ages....
11/24/08 @ 11:08

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