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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by PCollen, Jul 7, 2019.
The real question - Is a chicken wing food? And my answer - no.
I know when I'm eating Hot Wings, I always go for the drumsticks, because the wings don't have any meat on them.
So how do they do the wings over at the Moose's Tooth?
What is the history of Buffalo Wings? I think wings were chosen because they were garbage and no one wanted to eat them.
Never had wings there. I can't get beyond the Santa's Little Helper pizza...so good. There is a business in the food court in 5th Ave mall that serves up some great wings.
I’ve met several people with “compensation breasts.” Decorum prevents me from further comment.
Ask any mermaid you happen to see.
I go way out of my way to make sure the others have all the fried chicken wings they care to eat. I'll eat the rest. Wings and necks can be good to add to the pot to build the broth.
Chickens were once tiny, and basically a joke as far as a source of food was concerned. Over time they have grown and grown and my belief is, we'll be seeing chickens the size of the turkey of 2019 pretty soon and so yeah, wings will be big enough to actually gain nutrition. And hogs will be the size of bison, and turkeys the size of ostriches.
Growth hormones are the reason for larger and larger chickens, and we have eaten so much of it that it's surprising that we all don't have beaks.
I'm surprised you didn't mention Zwigglers White Hots.
I'm not a fan of the Rochester or Syracuse dogs... I'm a Sahlen's guy.
You should check that troma movie, poultrygeist. I won t post a trailer here, because it s gross and so on, but it makes me laugh.
I last lived in the WNY area in the summer of 1971.
For all intents and purposes, Wings didn't exist yet.
We ate those char-broiled hot dogs with curly fries, Beef on Weck, and pizza from places like Bocce's. We raced cars all up and down Sheridan and some of these other roads but the names of those joints was irrelevant. Because we had money for Sunoco 260 or food and we chose the gasoline.
Thinking back on it, not that many Buffalonians ate chicken much in those days. It was what Unemployed people ate.
The explosion of chicken into the diet of folks North of Kentucky, in my lifetime, is one of those stories that needs more telling. I'd go back to Tonawanda and my cousins are eating chicken wings! Weird.
Yes, to Molson's and Labatt's. But we also drank Genesee Cream Ale and even Piehl's.
Beans, greens, grains, fruit, water and coffee...Gave up meat and dairy last year and sugar the year before. I have lost over 100 pounds and I feel great.
are chicken wings , white or dark .....dont be rediculous they're honey garlic or buffalo!
I was being a smart a— and I apologize. I don’t need to lose a 100 pounds but twenty would be a good thing.