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Danimal
10-24-2006, 11:36 AM
I love hot wings!!! I used to be a huge Frank's Red Hot fan. I recently found Defcon Sauces (http://www.defconsauces.com/index2.htm) through a friend and I can honestly say that this is the best wing sauce I have ever had. Apparently voted the best Wing Sauce in America at two different competitons. What are some of the sauces you guys use?

east tx skier
10-24-2006, 12:07 PM
I've always loved the sauce one down from the hottest at BW3.

Check this site (http://www.topsecretrecipes.com/recipes.asp) out. They either have the actual recipe or duplicates of recipes for foodstuffs or restaurant food. The duplicates are free. The real recipes have a pretty cheap price tag.

M-Funf
10-24-2006, 12:21 PM
I have purchased many hot sauces from this place over the years:

Mo Hotta Mo Betta (http://www.mohotta.com/)

They have a few hot wing sauces that will tear you up! I don't like my wings TOO hot, so I usually go with a sauce made by one of our town locals. It's called Sartains, and is really awesome!

http://www.madeincalifornia.net/Merchant2/graphics/00000001/SartainsSauce.jpg

Danimal
10-24-2006, 12:27 PM
Yeah I've been to Top Secret Recipes before. Some of the recipes turn out pretty good but others are WAY off!

Danimal
10-24-2006, 12:37 PM
I have purchased many hot sauces from this place over the years:

Mo Hotta Mo Betta (http://www.mohotta.com/)

They have a few hot wing sauces that will tear you up!

I've bought from there before - I also frequent Sweat N Spice (http://www.sweatnspice.com/)
Sweat N Spice is also a place that Hot Sauce collectors frequent also - Yes, you heard me right. People collect special edition hot sauce reserves such as this -

http://www.sweatnspice.com/429-13.htm

I cannot believe people pay $200.00 for a hot sauce not to mention they will never open it.

OUCH - Here's one that is $1000.00. http://www.americanspice.com/catalog/50995/search/Caldera_-_By_Blair.html?SEARCH=3&WORDS=Blairs%2BAfter%2BDeath%2Bscoville%2Brating&orig=30&PAGE=0&_ssess_=3d398d43206fbe3407e2ac4e7dec2cda

ski_king
10-24-2006, 12:44 PM
This is mine (http://quakersteak.securetree.com/public/store/product.aspx?id=39FA43EBB4264A7A937B5AA5DFF59BBD&d=)!
http://quakersteak.securetree.com/egimg/images/ED00D6392DCA48A0AA56CBD82B416593.gif

Danimal
10-24-2006, 12:46 PM
I've tried Quaker Steak and it is quite good!!! As you might have noticed I am quite a chili-head!!

JimN
10-24-2006, 12:49 PM
Anyone use any of the sauces from Trader Joe's? One is opening near me soon and I wouldn't mind some recommendations. About the sauces, not me personally.

Mikey
10-24-2006, 01:25 PM
BW3's Spicy Garlic. Not too hot and great flavor. Im getting hungry. I think I will hit up BW3's for lunch.

Leroy
10-24-2006, 03:21 PM
For the BW3 Carribean Jerk recipe the site asked for $0.79 cents to see the full recipe.

Check this site (http://www.topsecretrecipes.com/recipes.asp) out. They either have the actual recipe or duplicates of recipes for foodstuffs or restaurant food. The duplicates are free. The real recipes have a pretty cheap price tag.

Flatwaterfooter
10-24-2006, 03:23 PM
Does anyone make their own sauce. I love wings, but have never made them myself what is the best way.

Monte
10-24-2006, 03:25 PM
I have to say good ole Texas Pete has my vote, no matter how many I've tried.. Just keep coming back.. Even if I try a new sauce I'll make half with that and half with pete..

rcnjson
10-24-2006, 04:51 PM
I'm with Monte,
The pete might be an NC thing, but I have seen it in the store here too. It isn't like NC where there is a bottle of pete on every table at every restaurant no matter what, but I can still get it here. That would be nice... It would be nice to have a Bojangles right around the corner too. Of course I would probably weigh about tree-fifty after my daily 3 Bo-Hang-Go-Leesco breakfast.
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DEFCON Creator
11-03-2006, 11:08 AM
I love hot wings!!! I used to be a huge Frank's Red Hot fan. I recently found Defcon Sauces (http://www.defconsauces.com/index2.htm) through a friend and I can honestly say that this is the best wing sauce I have ever had. Apparently voted the best Wing Sauce in America at two different competitons. What are some of the sauces you guys use?

Oh Dan, you're too kind. LOL!

DEFCON Creator
11-03-2006, 11:16 AM
Does anyone make their own sauce. I love wings, but have never made them myself what is the best way.

The best way is with a turkey fryer. Heat canola oil to approx. 375. Put in the wings (carefully I might add), and fry 'em for about 4-5 minutes. Take them otu, THEY'RE NOT DONE YET. Stab each wingsection once with a 2-pronged BBQ fork. Put 'em back in until desired crispiness. The reason you stab each on is it's already seared shut, the 2 little holes will allow just enough oil in to cook the meat and separate it from the sking (kind of like Peking Duck style).

As for the sauce, hmmmmm, perhaps a shameless plug wouldn't hurt, try our Defcon sauces, I guarantee it what a wing is supposed to taste like. We've only been around for 2 years, and are now in 43 states and 8 countries and have 4 national awards.

Ok, enough of that. Heat the sauce up just a little over ver low flame. Dump the wings right out of the fry basket into the sauce, and devour immediately. Wings don't have to "swim" in sauce, they only get goopy and nasty (like Hooters "fowl" wings, YUCK!), they just need to be coated like a dressing on a salad. Hope this helps....

TMCNo1
11-03-2006, 01:53 PM
The Original Anchor Bar, Buffalo, New York, link http://www.buffalowings.com/
A friends of ours are from Buffalo and keeps us stocked with a variety! We visited his parents in Buffalo in 1984 and went to The Anchor Bar, it's the Original and the wings are real, got me hooked!

TMCNo1
11-03-2006, 02:01 PM
I'm with Monte,
The pete might be an NC thing, but I have seen it in the store here too. It isn't like NC where there is a bottle of pete on every table at every restaurant no matter what, but I can still get it here. That would be nice... It would be nice to have a Bojangles right around the corner too. Of course I would probably weigh about tree-fifty after my daily 3 Bo-Hang-Go-Leesco breakfast.
k

Texas Pete is manufactured here In Winston Salem, NC by W.T. Garner Food Co. They produce hot pepper vinegar, hot sauce, wing sauces and fruit jams, jellies and preserves. Link, http://www.texaspete.com/

pram
11-03-2006, 02:37 PM
Does anyone make their own sauce. I love wings, but have never made them myself what is the best way.

The best way short of deepfrying them that I have found involves the BBQ. Spark up the Q, get it good and hot, put your wings on and let them cook a bit. High heat sears em on the outside, when you start to get the big flames up turn it down and start the slow cooking. While doing this take a bottle of Buzzard sauce dump er in a bowl, add some Franks Red Hot, a good shot of Tobasco, garlic powder, onion powder and last but not least a little bit of corn meal (this is so that the sauce sticks to the wings). I make sure that I am always flipping the wings so that they don't burn. Once the wings have cooked enough, I turn the BBQ right down, then take them off and put them in the big bowl that has the sauce in them. Stir them around to get them good and coated, then put them back on the BBQ for a minute or so. I find that when doing a large amount that by the time I finish coating them all the first ones are ready to come off and then work my way from first to last. I take the remainder of the sauce put it in a smaller bowl and put it on the table for some extra dip if someone wants it.

Of all the ways that I have made wings before, I found this to be my favourite.

DEFCON Creator
11-04-2006, 06:43 AM
The Original Anchor Bar, Buffalo, New York, link http://www.buffalowings.com/
A friends of ours are from Buffalo and keeps us stocked with a variety! We visited his parents in Buffalo in 1984 and went to The Anchor Bar, it's the Original and the wings are real, got me hooked!

Just because they are original, doesn't make them the best, if so, we'd all still be driving Model A's. I've been to the Anchor Bar on various occasions and find there wings mediocre, not the stuff of legend.

TMCNo1
11-04-2006, 09:59 AM
Just because they are original, doesn't make them the best, if so, we'd all still be driving Model A's. I've been to the Anchor Bar on various occasions and find there wings mediocre, not the stuff of legend.


Kinda like who likes COKE and who likes PEPSI?

Ramhouse
11-04-2006, 10:29 AM
Here is how I do 'um.
Put wings in a dish (corning) with lid and pour in sauce to cover all wings. Cover with lid and bake in oven for an hour at 350*. Now remove wings from sauce. Two different ways here..place on cookie sheet and place back in oven with broiler on, turning twice while basting with sauce until desired browness, or to the grill and do the same. The meat of these wings slides off the bones, no chewing required. Place sauce from dish on table for dipping wings, we like dipping our french bread in it. Not the traditional fried wing but best way that the ffamily likes.

6ballsisall
11-04-2006, 10:35 AM
I prefer Hooters wings........you know cuz I go there for the wings... :rolleyes: :D

Nah, I like BW3's quite a bit. I also liked the wings at the place Lakey and I went too last week in Hotlanta.