About This Blog

This is a blog dedicated to the fine art of the "hot wing" – chicken wings that a deliciously spicy.  They can be a traditional buffalo wing – deep-fried and then tossed with Frank’s Red Hot & Butter – or they can be grilled with a dry rub.  Or done in an Asian-influenced manner with soy sauce and garlic.  Basically, if its a wing, you’ll find it here.

I’m a certified Barbecue Judge, certified by the Kansas City Barbecue Society, and have eaten wings at hundreds of restaurants.  That’s about as close to an expert on wings as you’re gonna get I think. You can find out more about me at my other blog, Pop Culture Gangster, and at my web site.

Here you will find blog entries about those experiences, as well a recipes, tips for making good wings at home, and links to other chicken-wing related web sites.

I encourage you to comment and discuss the posts and join in the wing-loving fun!!

3 thoughts on “About This Blog”

  1. Are you aware of the ‘extra spicy’ wing sauce that restaurants are using in Maine? I’ve accidentally ordered it a few times thinking it would be a spicier traditional sauce whilst working here in Maine.
    It’s a bizzarely thick sauce with red pepper flakes…really spicy, and a strange flavour…
    I know you’ll be in Main soon…could you dissect the flavour for me? Try the extra hot at Gritty’s, or check out the same style at Great Lost Bear.
    Also tried a place called Bingas Wingas in Portland a couple weeks ago…lots of different sauces, but breaded wings…

  2. I think you should try the wings at THE UGLY DUCKLING RESTAURANT AND BAR in Taunton MA they are fantastic they have a fantastic hot wing and an amazing Mediterranean wing, they are definitely the best in town.

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