The 12-time Nathan's Hot Dog champ consumed the Hooters wings like cluckwork.
Chickens just can't catch a break. On July 29, we celebrated National Chicken Wing Day--an undisguised warm-up for fall tailgating season. We Americans do love our chicken wings. The National Chicken Council predicts we'll eat 28 billion of them before year's end.
One Audubon, New Jersey couple will never forget the Paul McCartney concert at Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park on July
Each one of these takes on traditional game-day snack food is a little different, but they're all addictively good (you may even want to make a double batch).
Americans eat wings on Super Bowl Sunday more than any other day. What are you waiting for?
Thai Grilled Chicken Wings The tangy dipping sauce is great with pretty much any grilled meat. Keep it on heavy rotation
On the box, Trump looks like he is having a good time ranting and raving. Talking about The Deal.
While you can always go for a beer, like a light macro lager or a crisp pilsner, sometimes you want wine with your wings. Thankfully for you, we put together this handy pairing guide for wine and ten popular wing sauces, from 'nuclear' to garlic parm!
All of our Wing-Wonderland dreams came true at last week's New York Best Wings Festival as the land's best wing joints and wing lovers alike descended on Westbury, NY for an amazewing day of deliciousness.
According to Rachael Sage, "I don't do many cover songs--because I've been writing my own compositions since I was a little kid, it's just not really my thing generally, and I can count the ones I've recorded on less than one hand."
You'll surely decide this list is "invalid" when you discover that your favorite place isn't mentioned.
Sure, Jamaican jerk-seasoned wings, Bourbon-glazed wings, and sticky Thai-spiced wings are all delicious, but it's tough to beat the good, old Buffalo wing.
Everyday, from my office near LAX, I watch massive 747s, carrying hundreds of passengers and their heavy suitcases full of shoes they won't wear and books they won't read, lift off the ground and into the air.
There's something inherently special about eating foods that don't call for the interference of utensils.
A platter of blistering, toffee-skinned chicken wings clinches it every time.
This delicious vegetarian chili is made dark and mysterious with a touch of semisweet chocolate and cinnamon. Chocolate and cinnamon are used together in several Mexican dishes. Small roasted florets of white cauliflower turn a simple idea into something that looks really dramatic.
Judging by the frozen McRib photo we saw last month, we don't really want to imagine what 10 million frozen chicken wings