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I’m going to tease the men’s appetite with some hot wings. These are so fun and easy to cook; it’s actually easier than like frying chicken at home. We’re just going to start with these two-winged wings, we’ve got the flap apart and we’ve got the drumstick part. And I’m going to dry these off because we don’t want any water on unless we put them into pan, and all I’m going to do is just salt them. Do you know why these are called Buffalo wings? They originated in the Anchor Restaurant in Buffalo, New York, and in no time they took off across the country. I don’t know of anybody that didn’t like a good hot wing. So, we’ve got this salted now, and we’re going to drop this, naked, into our hot grease and we’re at 350 degrees; we don’t want to toss these in flour because when we go to dunk them and bathe them in our hot sauce, that flour will just turn to goop. Little bad (toot). Now I don’t know if you all just caught that wing flapping around and then popping me, but if you’re fighting to bet, they make screams that get over these pots. It looks just like a screened door, only its round. And while we’re waiting on this to cook, I’m going to make the sauce that we’re going to be bathing them in. And we’re going to take our butter, for this amount I’m going to use about a half a stick and I’m going to turn that fire now because there’s enough heat in it to melt our butter. And now, for our heat, I’ve got a couple of different hot sauces here, you can see that this one has seeds in it, and it’s a hotter sauce. But I think I’m going to opt to use the milder sauce. And I’m just going to stir that into our butter, now you can use any heat that you want on your wings cause I know men can be kind of macho about their heat, just like the hotter they can eat it, the more macho and manly they are. But since I’m going to be joining the guys in eating these hot wings, I’m making it just a little bit milder for my palate. And it’s still plenty hot enough. It’s amazing what the butter does to that hot sauce. You could reduce the heat on your sauce by starting with the milder hot sauce or you could just cut it by adding more butter. Alright, our wings are just the way I like them now, nice and crispy and all we do now is just take our chicken wings and drop them over into our sauce. You can see these are floating around in this so we know that they are nice and done. And all we do now is just toss them around in that sauce making sure that they’re all coated just like that. So you can see how easy it is to have Buffalo wings at home. You don’t have to save this dish for a restaurant by any means. It’s very, very simple, so we’re going to wheel this pot around here and we’re going to play them up just like this.