Food: Hot Wings

March 5th, 2007
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I mentioned in passing recently that I’ve been on a serious Buffalo Wings kick lately. It’s still there. I’ve probably had hot wings from maybe 10 different places in the last month, not counting the set I made myself last weekend for a friend’s party.
Last night I found a topic on Chowhound on the Top 5 Chicken Wings
. Here was what I came up with:

Atomic Wings
at
Down the Hatch
were some of the first Buffalo Wings I had as a kid. In high school we’d have to order them to go because we weren’t allowed to stay in the bar. They’re a little scrawny, but still tasty. And with 6 levels of spice, you’ll get them just as hot as you want.
I used to love the plump, saucy wings at Uno’s, but they changed the recipe a couple years ago and it’s just not the same.
A week or so ago I had some good wings in Brooklyn at Solomon’s Porch in Bed-Stuy. I posted about it a week or so ago. Per my earlier post,
“They were crisply fried and topped with a spicy, vinegary hot sauce. It left my mouth tingly and happy. My only complaint was that it only included 6 wings instead of the customary 10.”
I love the Honey Hot wings at Croxley’s on Ave B. The sweetness of the honey adds a great balance to the spice. I love it. And now I want some…
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