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Thread: Primal Buffalo Wings

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    Any ideas people? I was thinking about leaving the skin on and baking them instead of deep frying them. Thats how alton brown makes them. The sauce is hot sauce and butter. Thats primal right?

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    I grill them naked on the barbecue and then toss in hot sauce...

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    Baked in the oven. Hot sauce, and butter.

    Nothing better.

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    I like them on the grill, w/ olive oil, salt and pepper rubbed on them (to crisp the skin and add flavor)--take them off when they are really crispy, and then do a blend of hot sauce and ghee for dipping (I'd use butter if we could handle it here.) Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

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    Broiler works too. Again--MMMMMMMMMMM! I can find organic, free range chicken legs and use these typically in place of wings w/ the ghee and hot sauce (we have something called "Frank's Red Hot" here that rocks) and they taste awesome--like super meaty wings.

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    Oh yeah... Frank's Red Hot with a stick of butter, chile powder, and some cayenne for heat simmered on the stove...

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    http://boundtoearth.wordpress.com/tag/chicken-wings/
    My favorite way to do them Hubby thinks they're fantastic, in fact I just made a huge batch on Sunday for him to eat through the week.
    You are what you eat,
    and what you eat eats too - Michael Pollan


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    i smear em in bacon fat an bake at 400, when they are almost done i brush in hotsauce and butter, top with garlic and ramano cheese


    up the heat if they arent crispy enough

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    Yes to the oven and Frank's Red Hot + butter.

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    I have always baked mine (at about 450 ish). Frying them is too much work. lol
    ~Sandy


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