wild wing

Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by DS, Sep 20, 2007.

  1. DS

    DS Fenderbender

    We have a new place in town to eat.Its a franchaise called wild wing.
    We were impressed.101 flavors(some sound kindy icky)
    I went for the spicy garlic parmesan...(gar-par)messy but delicious.
    My wife had terriaki honey garlic...tons of tasty fries that we couldn't finish.Definately going back.Check out the menu.
    http://www.wildwingrestaurants.com
     
  2. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    We have a place locally called "Wingbuts". Here are their flavors...

    WINGS
    You can order your wings in the following sizes:
    12
    9.69 20 15.79 50 32.99Choose from these flavors: ROADHOUSE BBQ
    CHARDONNAY DIJON
    BACON RANCH
    HAWAIIAN
    LEMON GARLIC
    ROASTED GARLIC-PARMESAN
    TERIYAKI
    SOY-GINGER
    HONEY BBQ
    BUFFALO Mild
    NEW MEXICO BBQ
    SPICY SWEET & SOUR BBQ
    ZESTY PEACH BBQ
    SMOKY BBQ
    CHARRED WHISKEY BBQ
    JAMAICAN JERK
    TEQUILA LIME
    BUFFALO Medium
    SZECHWAN
    BUFFALO Hot
    CAJUN
    CHILE GARLIC
    BREWSKI
    HOT & SPICY BBQ
    CHIPOTLE BBQ
    HONEY MANGO HABAÑERO
    BUFFALO Ouch!
    KUNG PAO WOW
    DOUBLE-DOG DARE
    DIABLO
     
  3. tonyexpress

    tonyexpress Whac-A-Troll Patrol Staff Member

    Hey More isn't that Wingnuts?? There is one in Aliso Viejo.

    Wingbuts..:lol::lol:
     
  4. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    OMG !! I don't believe I made that typo !! The "B" and the "N" are right next to each other. I must be tired.

    And yes, I was referring to the Aliso Viejo location.
    Nice catch, Tony.:)
     
  5. planoupsman

    planoupsman New Member

    We have Hooters, WingStop, Kers WingHouse, Buffalo Wildwings here in Dallas/Ft Worth
     
  6. Pollocknbrown

    Pollocknbrown Member

    Im gonna say this in the nicest possible way.....unless your restaurants have "Frank's Red Hot Sauce" you are not making real Buffalo Wings, hell we don't even call them that, just chicken wings. Yes i know your arent talking about just buffalo wings but other flavors but we take our wings and roast beef serious in buffalo :tongue_sm
     
  7. DS

    DS Fenderbender

    Unfotunately,we all can't be lucky enough to live in Buffalo.
    The city where the chicken wings aren't the only thing on fire...:laugh:
     
  8. traveler

    traveler Where next? Venice

    :confused:1 Boy, I sure do miss a good "beef on weck". Can't find that anywhere else around the world though I'm sure it must be somewhere outside western New York. :confused:1
     
  9. Pollocknbrown

    Pollocknbrown Member



    Yes lake Erie did go up in flames about 40-50 years ago, however, it was the half near cleveland :w00t:
     
  10. Pollocknbrown

    Pollocknbrown Member


    I went to a restaurant a little while back while visiting my friends in college in Erie PA, i asked for beef on weck, and they looked at me as if i was crazy, i had to describe it, and then they had to go ask the cook and he said no. 2 Hrs away and u dont have Beef on weck, crying shame.
     
  11. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    maybe you better describe it for us folks who don't know what it is either.
     
  12. BLACKBOX

    BLACKBOX Life is a Highway...

    yeah....what's a "weck"?
     
  13. traveler

    traveler Where next? Venice

    A "weck" is a roll of German origin, I believe, actually called a kummelweck. It is a like a Kaiser roll with pretzel salt and caraway seeds on top. After you are served, you add horseradish to taste on the beef already on the roll. A bit of an acquired taste but nonetheless delicious.

    :tongue_sm
     
  14. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    And all this time I thought a "weck" was when Elmer Fudd crashed his car. See, you learn something every day. :)
     
  15. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    Found this after you gave me the full name of the roll........

    Beef On 'Weck' (Kummelweck)
    From Charlie the Butcher
    1996

    Directions

    Brush a mixture of cornstarch and water on the top of ordinary Kaiser rolls. Over cornstarch-water mixture, sprinkle equal amounts of caraway seeds and pretzel salt. Heat in a 350 degree oven for about 3 minutes, long enough for the top of the rolls to get crusty and for the caraway seeds and salt to stick.

    Serve a beef round roast or your favorite roast beef on the rolls, sliced as desired.

    Top with your favorite horseradish (freshly grated or prepared), and dip the inside of the top half of the roll in an au jus sauce just before serving. (Packets of au jus mix can be found in the gravy section of the spice aisle in most supermarkets.)

    from Charlie the Butcher of Buffalo, New York (copyright 1994 by Charlie the Butcher).