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What makes a good chicken wing and where can you get the best ones? Do you eat it breaded or naked? How about flavors?


Sorry non-Miamians...you can use the "other" option...






I practically live at Flanigan's by work, so I might be a little partial to their wings. Nothing like 20 wings with a pitcher of Heineken...yum.


Hooters is overrated, but their wings are my second runner up...

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There was this wing place my ex and I used to go to when I'd stay the night in Boca, though I don't remember what it's called... Wings Plus, perhaps?


Damn good wings, anyway.


I don't really care if they're breaded or naked, but I like them in hot (but not TOO hot!) Buffalo sauce.




Now I want to eat a bunch of hot wings.

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Bob, tomorrow is Wings Wednesday at Flanigan's...you get 10 wings with the purchase of a pitcher...


I think I know where I'm eating lunch tomorrow...


Wish I could say with as much certainty that I was going to Wing Wednesday, but, alas, I've got a good buddy arriving from Nueva Jork, and we're gonna be boozin' it up all over this crazy town, his choice, of course.


Also: Strangely, I don't drink alcohol when I eat... I consider it a waste of good booze. I'm a proponent of either pre-meal drinking, or post...

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for the marinade:

1 onionhalf cup scallions

2 garlic cloveshalf teaspoon of thyme

1 and a half teaspoon of salt

2 teaspoons of allspice

half teaspoon of cinnamon and nutmeg

half cup of minced jalapeno pepper

1 teaspoon of black pepper

6/8 drops of tobasco

1 tablespoon of soy sauce

1/4 cup of olive oil

Not for the marinade:

18 chicken wings



In a food processor or blender, puree all ingredients except for the wings. In a large shallow dish arrange the wings in one layer and spoon the marinade over them, rubbing it in (use rubber gloves the marinade is quite hot and i have rubbed my eye shortly after doing it gloveless momentarily blinded myself). Let them marinate, covered & chilled, turning them once preferably overnight.



Cook the wings for 30-35 minutes at 200 degrees.



Not my original recepie, i got it from a cookbook

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