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  • Made homemade wings on the grill for the first time tonight.

    **************** was ****************ing delicious. It was even better than any meal I have eaten at Wing Stop, Wing House (R.I.P. TX Locations), Plucker's, or Buffalo Wild Wings, and I didn't even put breading on the ****************ers!



    I marinated the wings for about 30 minutes using half of a 12 oz bottle of Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Sauce. Then, I cooked them for 10 minutes (5 minutes each side), using both burners on my gas grill at a medium heat. Then, I continued cooking them for 30 minutes (15 minutes each side) at low, indirect heat, only leaving one of my burners on with the wings opposite to it. The final touch was pouring the remainder of the wing sauce in a pot at a low heat, which I started as my wings were near well done, and coated the wings in the remainder of the sauce.



    Seriously, man, I am so grateful for my future brother-in-law buying my woman and I a grill. It really does make that much of a difference on how the food tastes, and is encouraging me to cook at home a lot more.
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    Originally Posted by Pepi


    Short 100 bucks **************** YOU OBAMA

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    Holy **************** that sounds delicious

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    • #3






      Quote Originally Posted by Ricky Bobby
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      Holy **************** that sounds delicious




      Oh man, it was. You really haven't had wings until you have cooked them for yourself. Don't get me wrong, I'll still visit some of the fine establishments mentioned above on occasion when I need a quick fix, but damn, it really does taste better when you do it yourself.
      GUITARS:
      Ibanez UV777BK - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze SC middle/Blaze neck
      Ibanez RG7420 - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze neck
      Gibson Les Paul Studio - stock
      Squier Stagemaster - EMG 81s

      AMPS & CAB:
      Marshall JVM 210H
      Marshall JCM 900 4100 (modded)
      Marshall 1960B (G12T-75 / Hellatone 30 X-Pattern)

      PEDALS:
      Boss TU-2
      Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
      Maxon OD808
      MXR Phase 90
      Boss CH-1
      Digitech Turbo Flange
      Boss NS-2
      Hardwire DL-8
      Blackstar HT-DistX







      Originally Posted by Pepi


      Short 100 bucks **************** YOU OBAMA

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      • #4
        Sounds tasty, but you have to get yourself some better hot sauce than franks. I tried it recently and most of what I taste is vinegar.

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          Quote Originally Posted by superflyinmonke
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          Sounds tasty, but you have to get yourself some better hot sauce than franks. I tried it recently and most of what I taste is vinegar.




          Since I grew up on Tabasco, I like Frank's Red Hot Sauce as well because of the high vinegar content. That's why I decided to give their buffalo sauce a shot, and I dug it. Their barbecue sauce is the **************** too. That being said, I plan on experimenting with other brands. Louisiana Hot Sauce makes wing sauces too, so I think I may try that next.
          GUITARS:
          Ibanez UV777BK - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze SC middle/Blaze neck
          Ibanez RG7420 - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze neck
          Gibson Les Paul Studio - stock
          Squier Stagemaster - EMG 81s

          AMPS & CAB:
          Marshall JVM 210H
          Marshall JCM 900 4100 (modded)
          Marshall 1960B (G12T-75 / Hellatone 30 X-Pattern)

          PEDALS:
          Boss TU-2
          Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
          Maxon OD808
          MXR Phase 90
          Boss CH-1
          Digitech Turbo Flange
          Boss NS-2
          Hardwire DL-8
          Blackstar HT-DistX







          Originally Posted by Pepi


          Short 100 bucks **************** YOU OBAMA

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          • #6
            This thread is useless with out pictures.



            Pics or the BBQ was a bugera
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            • #7






              Quote Originally Posted by Neilrocks25
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              This thread is useless with out pictures.



              Pics or the BBQ was a bugera




              Wow this
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              • #8
                I'm cooking the same recipe again on Friday, so hold your horses. I'll take pictures then.
                GUITARS:
                Ibanez UV777BK - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze SC middle/Blaze neck
                Ibanez RG7420 - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze neck
                Gibson Les Paul Studio - stock
                Squier Stagemaster - EMG 81s

                AMPS & CAB:
                Marshall JVM 210H
                Marshall JCM 900 4100 (modded)
                Marshall 1960B (G12T-75 / Hellatone 30 X-Pattern)

                PEDALS:
                Boss TU-2
                Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
                Maxon OD808
                MXR Phase 90
                Boss CH-1
                Digitech Turbo Flange
                Boss NS-2
                Hardwire DL-8
                Blackstar HT-DistX







                Originally Posted by Pepi


                Short 100 bucks **************** YOU OBAMA

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                • #9
                  I wonder how it work to use the same technique you mentioned but use chicken leg quarters instead of just wings. Anyone have experience in the matter?
                  Originally Posted by DrakkarTyrannis


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                  Originally Posted by LuckisforLosers


                  Don't sound like Korn.

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                  • #10
                    sounds delicious dude. we use Alton Browns recipe, not deep fried or breaded, but the best wings evar



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                    • #11
                      Food threads making me hungry today....FUUUUUUUUUUU!
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                      • #12






                        Quote Originally Posted by superflyinmonke
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                        Sounds tasty, but you have to get yourself some better hot sauce than franks. I tried it recently and most of what I taste is vinegar.




                        They use Franks in Buffalo, which is good enough for me.

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                        • #13






                          Quote Originally Posted by Ricky Bobby
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                          They use Franks in Buffalo, which is good enough for me.




                          what would they know about wings?
                          Originally Posted by DrakkarTyrannis


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                          Originally Posted by LuckisforLosers


                          Don't sound like Korn.

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                          • #14
                            when grilling wings I like to marinate mine in a simple salt, black pepper and Worcestershire sauce marinade for anywhere between 1 to 3 hours.. grill on high so they get some nice char marks but it means you need to keep an eye on them since there's a fine line between charring and burning... eat just like that or a few minutes before they are done toss in your favorite BBQ or dipping sauce and put back on the grill to finish... always a party favorite.
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                            • #15
                              Delicious always seemed to me to be a lame adjective. I don't know why. It just means it tasted good. Whenever someone uses it I find it annoying. Something about me, I guess.
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