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Ike’s Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings from Pok Pok

Pok Pok in New York City and Portland is famous for its chicken wings. Which it turns out are actually Vietnamese. That picture above is representative of your mouth and brain after couple of bites. Actually, the wings are equally sweet and hot, so the overall effect is not mouth‑destoying. Yes, the photo above was…

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Gorgonzola Wings: Quick, Different and Yummy

Two hours. Four. Overnight. When you have some wings, and you want to eat them NOW, it’s not nice to keep finding recipes that call for hours of marinating before you can cook. This recipe, from Wings Across America, is that NOW recipe you need. It’s cheesy, in a good sense, and not hot. But…

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Braised Chicken Wings with Red Wine and Mushroom Sauce

    The great American sports event, the Super Bowl, is just two weeks away. And this Sunday, there are two games to decide who shows up in that Super Bowl. So, millions of you will be there on Sunday, watching, drinking and eating. Why don’t we all do this in a dignified way? I…

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Mexican Wings with Jalapeno Glaze

I like wings. No, I love wings. There is a place close by to us in Manhattan, Walkers, that is a classic New York pub. It opened the year we moved to Tribeca. Great wings with fire and crispness, regrettably available only at dinner time. We’ve been complaining about that for 25 years. You can…

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