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Fixing Up a Super Bowl of Chicken Wings

Apparently some big football game is about to start, and I am responsible for the chicken wings. What do I do?

The obvious course is to make Buffalo Chicken Wings, which were created at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York, in 1967, and have not lost their original appeal. They are a bit spicy, so they are served with celery sticks and blue cheese dressing, to offset the heat.

Because you asked so nicely, we'll also point you toward an Asian recipe, Ming's Wings, which might make a nice change for people who have been eating Buffalo Chicken Wings for this particular football event since 1967.

Depending on how much other food is served, you might like to plan on five to six pieces per person, which is three whole wings each. Figure on three pounds of wings (about 27 wings) producing 54 pieces, or enough for nine people. You can do any additional math from there yourself.

After that, just enjoy the game.

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