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I will be participating in the St. Anthony of Padua Christmas Bazaar this coming Saturday from 8am to 3pm in the school's cafeteria. I will be serving Buffalo, Garlic/Parm, Honey Mustard and Teriyaki Wings. All the sauces are home made, and the wings freshly butchered. No wing will taken from a freezer and into the fryer, all of them will be crispy outside and juicy inside.

Please stop out and give them a try.

501 East Orange Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

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Garlic Parm
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I can attest to Streaker's cooking prowess.....don't miss out on this one if you are close!!!

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streaker69;124329 Wrote:I will be participating in the St. Anthony of Padua Christmas Bazaar this coming Saturday from 8am to 3pm in the school's cafeteria. I will be serving Buffalo, Garlic/Parm, Honey Mustard and Teriyaki Wings. All the sauces are home made, and the wings freshly butchered. No wing will taken from a freezer and into the fryer, all of them will be crispy outside and juicy inside.

Please stop out and give them a try.

501 East Orange Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

Dang you. Figures you would have it the day I am taking the Utah class. We'll have to schedule another day of food fun.
The only thing needed for the triumph of evil, is that good men do nothing.
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Hedosuperman;124344 Wrote:
streaker69;124329 Wrote:I will be participating in the St. Anthony of Padua Christmas Bazaar this coming Saturday from 8am to 3pm in the school's cafeteria. I will be serving Buffalo, Garlic/Parm, Honey Mustard and Teriyaki Wings. All the sauces are home made, and the wings freshly butchered. No wing will taken from a freezer and into the fryer, all of them will be crispy outside and juicy inside.

Please stop out and give them a try.

501 East Orange Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

Dang you. Figures you would have it the day I am taking the Utah class. We'll have to schedule another day of food fun.

You could always take that class another day.
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Well, that's going to make for a busy day for me! Smile Cost?
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mingomom;124351 Wrote:Well, that's going to make for a busy day for me! Smile Cost?

We actually haven't come up with a price yet. We'll be serving 6/order, but we still need to work out a price. I can tell you it isn't going to be really expensive like what restaurants charge for wings.
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streaker69;124353 Wrote:
mingomom;124351 Wrote:Well, that's going to make for a busy day for me! Smile Cost?

We actually haven't come up with a price yet. We'll be serving 6/order, but we still need to work out a price. I can tell you it isn't going to be really expensive like what restaurants charge for wings.

Well, I plan on showing up to try them. Big Grin I'm sure I can talk hubby into it as well as he loves chicken wings. Real bleu cheese?
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mingomom;124354 Wrote:
streaker69;124353 Wrote:We actually haven't come up with a price yet. We'll be serving 6/order, but we still need to work out a price. I can tell you it isn't going to be really expensive like what restaurants charge for wings.

Well, I plan on showing up to try them. Big Grin I'm sure I can talk hubby into it as well as he loves chicken wings. Real bleu cheese?

I'm not sure if I'm going to have time to make home made blue cheese dressing, so that will probably be from a bottle. This is mostly because I haven't had a chance to try making it here a few times and making the recipe my own. But all the other sauces are home made from recipes that I've been perfecting over the past few months.
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streaker69;124355 Wrote:
mingomom;124354 Wrote:Well, I plan on showing up to try them. Big Grin I'm sure I can talk hubby into it as well as he loves chicken wings. Real bleu cheese?

I'm not sure if I'm going to have time to make home made blue cheese dressing, so that will probably be from a bottle. This is mostly because I haven't had a chance to try making it here a few times and making the recipe my own. But all the other sauces are home made from recipes that I've been perfecting over the past few months.

Bottle Bleu Cheese will ruin your wings.

You really need to take the time to do it on your own, it's not difficult. I wish I knew where I found a recipe for it years ago, but for hot wings it was something like Mayo, Sour Creme, Bleu Cheese crumbles and a little bit of tobasco or petes red hot (like I said, for hot wings). It was not a complex recipe and took little time to make and was amazing.

Seriously though...the bottle dressing will destroy good wings. I've become a fat man who loves his wings, I know what I'm talking about here Tongue

They look phenomenal, and deserve the extra effort.

We have plans saturday, otherwise I'd be very interested in hitting this up for something fun/cheap to do with the family. I wish you the best, those garlic parm wings look incredible.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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20lbs of chicken wings cut down and ready for brine.

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The winglets get tossed into the stock pot.

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