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Old 05-04-2015, 06:00 PM   #11
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Call 'em what you like while I elbow my way up to the table.
I am right behind you. Too bad you can't get packages of wings like you used to. They are far and few between. Great TV snacks.
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Old 05-04-2015, 10:58 PM   #12
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Powerplant, those sound and look really good. I love wings with a little spicy kick. Thank you for sharing your recipe - copied and saved to make soon!
You're very welcome! Please let me know how they turn out.
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Old 05-04-2015, 11:23 PM   #13
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Same here PP. Only I will be omitting the Cayenne Pepper. Not the best seasoning for this elderly stomach. This cooking method is based on making crispy French Fries. Standard cooking method if you want your fried foods to be crispy. Regardless, it sounds so easy and delicious. Now to find me some chicken wings that aren't in the frozen aisle.

My store has these bags that I wouldn't even toss into the trough for the swine. Pin feathers, large hack marks where the cleaver missed, etc. I will pass thank you. Even if I have to pay top price and wait for them. With this recipe, it will be well worth it!
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Old 05-04-2015, 11:40 PM   #14
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The meaty portion?

Yes... drumettes are mini drumsticks cut from wing portions off a small chicken and packaged and labeled as chicken drumettes. It's nice to get just the mini drumsticks in a package, not the wing parts. To me, the wing parts always seem a little bit more fatty, I may be mistaken.
The meaty end of the drumette is actually the joint where the wing attaches to the bird. I'll call it the shoulder. If a chicken has a shoulder
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You're very welcome! Please let me know how they turn out.
Will do! By the way, is this for about a pound and a half or so of wings?
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Will do! By the way, is this for about a pound and a half or so of wings?
I think so it was a pack of 10 wings so I had 20 wing pieces.
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My wife and I fight over the wing part that isn't the drumette,, the piece with two bones. When I make wings, the leftovers are always drumettes.
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SO and I are the perfect couple I like the drumettes and she like the second section.
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SO and I are the perfect couple I like the drumettes and she like the second section.
That IS perfect!
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SO and I are the perfect couple I like the drumettes and she like the second section.
Stirling and I are also the perfect couple. I like both parts and Stirling doesn't want wings. He says they are too fiddly.
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